Barmah Lakes camping area

Camper trailer Caravan access Dry weather access Free No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Picnic area Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Canoeing Fishing Nature walk Swimming Walking trails

Just east of the relatively flat ground of the Barmah Lakes camping area is the Dharnya Interpretative Centre (closed indefinitely), where a number of bushwalks begin. These include the self-guided Yamyabuc Discovery Trail, which passes remnants of Indigenous culture, and the longer Lakes Loop Walk. If you don’t feel like walking, try boating or canoeing on the lakes. Drive here from Barmah via Moira Lakes Rd.


Who to contact: Parks Victoria 13 1963

This campsite is located in Barmah National Park

Some of the river red gums in Barmah National Park took root here half a millennium ago. This extraordinary national park is the world’s largest sanctuary for the river red gum, located beside the Murray River near the town of Barmah. There’s cool swimming in the river. Some visitor sites and tracks within the national park were closed due to flood damage in early 2012 - check with Parks Victoria on the current status.

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