The Wattles camping area

Camper trailer Dogs allowed Dry weather access Free No rubbish disposal Toilets Vehicle-based camping Canoeing Fishing Swimming

After skirting the western edge of Lake Hindmarsh, the Nhill–Rainbow Rd crosses over Outlet Creek, heading east. It’s here, at the northern foreshore of the lake, that you’ll find the track leading down to the Wattles. There’s dry weather access only, so check conditions with Parks Victoria. Campfires can be lit using the lake reserve’s dead wood, but fuel stoves are preferred here.


Who to contact: Parks Vic 13 1963 How to book: (03) 5391 4444 for Four Mile Beach 

This campsite is located in Lake Hindmarsh Lake Reserve

Lake Hindmarsh is the biggest freshwater lake in Victoria. Fed by the Wimmera River, it in turn nourishes a huge population of birds, including sea eagles and pelicans, as well as a large number of anglers, swimmers and waterskiers. The lake is 22 km north of Dimboola, just west of Jeparit on the Nhill–Jeparit Rd.

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