Lake Crosbie camping area
The national park’s main campground is on the southern shore of Lake Crosbie, the biggest of the 4 Pink Lakes that comprise one of the highlights of Murray–Sunset. The best way to see these colourful salt lakes is to drive or cycle between them along Pioneer Dr. The campground is 12 km along a gravel road from Linga on the Mallee Hwy, at the southern edge of the park.
Who to contact: Parks Victoria 13 1963 How to book: (03) 5028 1212 for The Shearers Quarters
This campsite is located in Murray-Sunset National Park
Wedged up in the far north-western corner of Victoria, this is a gloriously isolated, undisturbed region of sand dunes, salt lakes and wide-open mallee country. At 677 000 ha it is one of the state’s biggest protected areas, and offers outback tracks suitable for a 4WD and bushwalking around the spectacular Pink Lakes. Access is off the Sturt Hwy and Millewa Rd from the north, the Calder Hwy in the east, and the Mallee Hwy in the south. A 4WD is needed for most of the park’s tracks.
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