Stanley Forest camping areas

Dogs allowed Free No rubbish disposal Picnic area Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Scenic drives Walking trails

Numerous camping areas have been cleared alongside Yackandandah Creek – access is off Yack Gate Rd and Number One Rd. Make sure your chosen campsite is at least 20 m away from the creek or any other watercourse. There is a composting toilet located on the corner of Yack Gate Rd and Gravel Pit Track. Stop by Yackandandah Junction, where a goldmining community once thrived, and detour down Cohns Track to see where a local prospector worked himself into the ground.


Who to contact: DSE Beechworth (03) 5720 8190, 13 6186

This campsite is located in Stanley State Forest

A few kilometres south of the pretty little town of Yackandandah, and just over 30 km south of Wodonga, you’ll find the eucalypt-dominated Stanley State Forest. You can drive a 14 km forest circuit that starts and finishes in Yackandandah, passing an old sawmill, a deep tailrace and a stand of native pines. Enter the forest via Bells Flat Rd from Yackandandah.

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