Campgrounds

Victoria, Australia

Packed with wildlife & native trees, single and multi-day hiking trails, a small river and campgrounds while only a two hour drive from the Melbourne CBD makes the Cathedral Range State Park a top camping destination if you’re in Victoria, Australia.

There are two main campsites accessible by car: Neds Gully and Cooks Mill Campground. Head here for camping at Cathedral Range State Park!

Tree infront of mountains at Cathedral Range State Park

So close to Melbourne and Geelong, yet this National Park makes you feel like you’re much further bush.

Camp right among the Eucalyptus trees and the very start of hiking trails.

The Brisbane Ranges NP is the ideal place for day hikes or short getaways from the city.

Boar Gully Campground Brisbane Rangers

Surely one of the Great Ocean Roads most incredible campgrounds, sitting right behind the amazing Johanna Beach.

Dog friendly campground, loads of space with pristine grass camp sites.

A short drive from the 12 Apostles or the rain forest, Johanna Beach Campground is must-stay on you’re Great Ocean Road camping trip!

Tucked away in an ancient rain forest, just off the Great Ocean Road. Be surrounded by ferns and huge Eucalyptus trees, a short walk from the small river.

Camping at Aire Crossing

Came beside the incredible Lake Elizabeth in the Great Otways National Park at one the most beautiful rain forest campgrounds in the country.

Lake Elizabeth Campground with fire pit

Amazing camping and hiking! A lot more to come soon.

Boroka Lookout, Grampians National Park

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