Rosebud Foreshore Reserve camping area

Camper trailer Camping fee Caravan access Disabled Drinking water Fire prohibited Gas/electric barbecue Hot showers No dogs/pets Powered site Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Fishing Sailing Swimming

There are literally hundreds of campsites scattered throughout the Rosebud Foreshore Reserve, which stretches for 7 km between Anthonys Nose in McCrae to Chinamans Creek in Rosebud West. Wander along the bayfront or take a boat out and go fishing. Note: camping areas are only open Nov–Apr. All sites are accessed off Point Nepean Rd.


Who to contact: Mornington Peninsula Shire 1300 850 600  How to book: (03) 5950 1011

This campsite is located in Rosebud Foreshore Reserve

The Rosebud Foreshore Reserve lies 5 km south-west of Dromana, on the appealing curve of Mornington Peninsula. Locals and visitors alike come down here to swim and sail in the sheltered waters of Port Phillip Bay. One of the reserve’s features is the 34 m high McCrae Lighthouse, built in 1883, while another is the 1851 wreck of the Rosebud.

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