Candlebark camping area
Candlebark is located in the popular Fraser Camping Area, on the western edge of Coller Bay and accessed via UT Creek Rd. Each of its 70 or so campsites should be booked in advance through the Parks Victoria website. To find out about the national park’s ecology and history, take the self-guided Candlebark Gully Nature Trail. While walking, you may spot some of the eastern grey kangaroos that roam through the local woodlands.
Who to contact: Parks Victoria 13 1963
This campsite is located in Lake Eildon National Park
Nearly 30 000 ha of wild, hilly territory is protected within the beautiful confines of Lake Eildon National Park. The lake itself accommodates waterskiing, canoeing and fishing, while the tracks in the surrounding forest are used by bushwalkers and mountain bikes. No camping fees are levied at walk-in and other sites accessed without a vehicle. To get here, follow the signs from Alexandra on the Goulburn Valley Hwy.
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