Shipwreck Creek Campground

Location: Croajingolong National Park, Melbourne VIC 3000

Arrival Time: 13:00 | Departure Time: 12:00

A number of secluded campgrounds located throughout the park are a perfect base for beach walks, birdwatching, boating and fishing. All campgrounds have communal picnic facilities and fireplaces.

Shipwreck Creek Campground, Wingan Inlet Campground and Peachtree Creek Campground are all accessible by car and can be booked by scrolling through the list of sites below.

Mueller Inlet Campground bookings

Thurra River Campground bookings

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Advanced booking periods and peak season release dates apply to summer and easter.

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Details

Following the far-eastern coastline of Victoria for 100 kilometres, it features eucalypt forest, rainforest and heathland. From undisturbed forest foothills to a magnificent wilderness coastline, it is home to a vast array of indigenous plants and animals. A range of camping opportunities, including hike-in, boat based and car-based camping are available.

Facilities

  • Native Bush
  • No Pets
  • Outdoor Activities
  • Unpowered Sites

Cancellation Policy

30 days prior 50% cancellation fee.
Less than 30 days prior 100% cancellation fee.
No Transfers.

Map

Directions

Croajingolong National Park in Far East Gippsland is located approximately 450 km east of Melbourne and 500 km south of Sydney. The park is accessed from multiple points along the Princes Highway between Cann River and the New South Wales border. Roads to Wingan Inlet, Mueller Inlet, Thurra River and Shipwreck Creek campgrounds are unsealed and not suitable for caravans. Access is weather dependant.

To access Shipwreck Creek Campground, follow the signs from Mallacoota along Betka Track and Centre Track.
To Access Wingan Inlet, take West Wingan Road from Princes Hwy.
To Access Mueller Inlet Campground, Thurra River Campground and Peachtree Creek Reserve Campground, take Tamboon Road from Cann River on Princes Hwy. Peachtree Creek is accessed via Fishermans track. Meuller Inlet and Thurra River are accessed via Point Hicks Road.

Product

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Shipwreck Creek Campground 01 - tent only

This site is the smallest of all campgrounds in the park, with 5 numbered sites for car-based camping. 300m from the campground is a small secluded beach. The campground is equipped with non-flush toilets, shared picnic facilities, fireplaces and a designated overnight hiker site for walkers undertaking the Wilderness Coast Walk. This campground is approximately 15km from Mallacoota along a gravel road. Site dimension: 6mx6m

Maximum equipment - Tent

Configuration: Unpowered Site
Max # of Persons: 6
 

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Shipwreck Creek Campground 02

This site is the smallest of all campgrounds in the park, with 5 numbered sites for car-based camping. 300m from the campground is a small secluded beach. The campground is equipped with non-flush toilets, shared picnic facilities, fireplaces and a designated overnight hiker site for walkers undertaking the Wilderness Coast Walk. This campground is approximately 15km from Mallacoota along a gravel road. Site dimensions: 7mx8m

Maximum equipment - tent, campervan

Configuration: Unpowered Site
Max # of Persons: 6
 

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Shipwreck Creek Campground 03

This site is the smallest of all campgrounds in the park, with 5 numbered sites for car-based camping. 300m from the campground is a small secluded beach. The campground is equipped with non-flush toilets, shared picnic facilities, fireplaces and a designated overnight hiker site for walkers undertaking the Wilderness Coast Walk. This campground is approximately 15km from Mallacoota along a gravel road. Site dimensions: 10mx6m

Maximum equipment - Tent, Campertrailer, Campervan

Configuration: Unpowered Site
Max # of Persons: 6
 

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Shipwreck Creek Campground 04

This site is the smallest of all campgrounds in the park, with 5 numbered sites for car-based camping. 300m from the campground is a small secluded beach. The campground is equipped with non-flush toilets, shared picnic facilities, fireplaces and a designated overnight hiker site for walkers undertaking the Wilderness Coast Walk. This campground is approximately 15km from Mallacoota along a gravel road. Site dimensions: 10mx9m
Maximum equipment - Tent, Campertrailer, Campervan

Configuration: Unpowered Site
Max # of Persons: 6
 

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Shipwreck Creek Campground 05

This site is the smallest of all campgrounds in the park, with 5 numbered sites for car-based camping. 300m from the campground is a small secluded beach. The campground is equipped with non-flush toilets, shared picnic facilities, fireplaces and a designated overnight hiker site for walkers undertaking the Wilderness Coast Walk. This campground is approximately 15km from Mallacoota along a gravel road. Site dimensions: 10mx7m
Maximum equipment - Tent, Campertrailer, Campervan

Configuration: Unpowered Site
Max # of Persons: 6
 

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