Campsites – Victoria

The Grampians National Park, Tourism Victoria

Is Victoria the best place to camp in Australia? For one of the smaller states in the country, it certainly punches above its weight with the best alpine camping (including free and dog-friendly camping in the Howqua Hills), coastal camping along the Great Ocean Road and campsites among rocks that are too big to wear on your finger at Grampians National Park. 

Best for budgets: Johanna Beach camping area in Great Otway National Park is a free, no-bookings, dog-friendly campground with access to one of the best surf beaches in the state. 

Best for families: BIG4 Wye River Holiday Park on the Great Ocean Road has its own playground and an ocean playground at its front door.

Best for getting away from it all: You can only access Roaring Meg camping area in Wilsons Promontory National Park after a long hike to what is the southernmost point of mainland Australia. 

Best for warming up this winter: Murray-Sunset National Park, in the remote north-west of the state, is sunny by name and nature. Lake Crosbie camping area is the main campground in the park.

Want to find out more about camping in Victoria? Check out these blog posts: 


East Gippsland

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Goldfields

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Goulburn & Murray

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Grampians & Central West

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High Country

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Mallee Country

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Phillip Island & Gippsland

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South-West Coast

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Spa & Garden Country


Werribee & Bellarine


Yarra & Dandenongs

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