Passage Camp camping area

Camper trailer Caravan access Dogs allowed Dry weather access Free Information No rubbish disposal Ranger Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Canoeing Fishing Swimming Walking trails

This was one of the places where Major Thomas Mitchell set up camp during his famous 1836 exploration of the country along the Murray River, a journey that prompted him to name what’s now Victorian terrain ‘Australia Felix’ – fortunate Australia. There are fireplaces here. Look for the signposted access off the main road in Boundary Bend, 45 km south-east of Robinvale.


Who to contact: Parks Victoria 13 1963

This campsite is located in Murray River – Robinvale to Swan Hill

Lying alongside the Murray River between the quaint town of Robinvale and the pioneering spirit of Swan Hill are a number of small reserves in which bush camping is permitted. Swimming off the Murray’s sandy beaches is just the ticket on a hot day. Note: seasonal flooding can close some tracks, so check the road conditions before you pay a visit. Access roads are signposted off the Murray Valley Hwy. Bring your own firewood as there is a limited supply.

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