Wannon River camping area

Camper trailer Caravan access Disabled Dogs allowed Free No rubbish disposal Picnic area Picnic shelter Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Lookout Swimming Walking trails

A short trail connects this campground with Wannon Falls, the end result of ancient lava flows, while another walking track leads to the nearby Thomas Clark Viewing Area, which also has views of the waterfall. The large shelter that overhangs some tables in the camping area provides shade when the sun is at its fiercest. This place is signposted off the Glenelg Hwy.


Who to contact: Hamilton Visitor Information Centre (03) 5572 3746, 1800 807 056

This campsite is located in Wannon Falls Scenic Reserve

At Wannon Falls, the Wannon River washes down a 30 m lava cliff into a deep pool. Visitors can check out the cascading water from a cantilevered viewing platform and read up on the many colonial-era artists who attempted to capture this landscape on canvas. The falls are signposted off the Glenelg Highway, 18 km west of Hamilton.

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