Casuarina camping area

Camper trailer Caravan access Free No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Picnic area Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Walking trails

The Casuarina camping area is in the northern section of the national park – follow Patchewollock Rd from Baring and then turn south on Meridian Rd. The Casuarina Loop Walking Track forges through pine-buloke woodlands and across sand dunes and will take you roughly 3 hrs to complete. You can get to Casuarina from Baring in a conventional vehicle, but to traverse the park to reach Wonga you’ll need a 4WD.


Who to contact: Parks Victoria 13 1963

This campsite is located in Wyperfeld National Park

Etched into Wyperfeld’s vast open plains is a series of dry lakes connected by the equally dry Outlet Creek. When water does arrive in this wilderness, however, the desert flowers come out to greet it. Terrain is excellent for a 4WD or for mountain-biking on rough-cut tracks, and there are hundreds of birds to observe, including wedge-tailed eagles and Major Mitchell cockatoos. Patchewollock Rd in the east and the road heading up from Yaapeet in the south provide the main access.

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