Waterfalls Campground Pyrenees State Forest
Sitting at the base of the Pyrenees Mountains, this quiet camping spot is shaded by towering trees and as the name suggest, a (seasonal) waterfall. First in best dressed.
Mount Alexander Regional Park
This campground sits within stunning native bush land and picnic facilities. If you’re lucky,
you may even spot a koala or other wildlife. First in best dressed.
Melville Caves Campgrounds
Kooyoora State Park
Together with impressive views, beautiful vegetation and for the bird watcheers out there, a range of birdlife, the Melville Caves Campgrounds has toilets, barbecues and tap water available. First in best dressed.
Mt Franklin Camp Ground
Hepburn Regional Park
Situated well off any main road, this site sits inside a volcano crater and the surrounding conifers provide some wind protection. There is also washing water and toilets and fireplaces available. First in best dressed.
Boar Gully Campground
Brisbane National Park
Best suited for tent camping, this picturesque spot has views overlooking an old dam and walking tracks nearby if you feel like stretching your legs. Must be booked and paid for in advance with Parks Victoria.