Melville Caves camping area

Camper trailer Caravan access Disabled Dogs allowed Free Information Picnic area Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Lookout Walking trails

This campground is off Melville Caves Rd, signposted off the Wedderburn–Dunolly Rd; the caves were once used as a hideout by bushranger Captain Melville. From the picnic area there’s a short walk to the Southern Lookout, which continues to McLeods Lookout – there’s no shortage of superb views here. If you’re really into rocks, do the 4.5 km Eastern Walking Circuit, which takes in all manner of interesting formations.


Who to contact: Parks Victoria 13 1963

This campsite is located in Kooyoora State Park

Rugged Kooyoora State Park, 15 km west of Inglewood, is an entrancing jumble of granite, grassy hills and big trees. Its system of roads is used by bushwalkers, motorists and horseriders, while its peaks entice rockclimbers and provide the setting for lofty lookouts; don’t miss the brilliant view from atop Mt Brenanah.

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