Bobuck Ridge camping area (bush camping, upper section)

Dogs allowed Dry weather access Free No rubbish disposal Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Fishing

Bobuck Ridge is where Big River wanders off on a bit of a loop before steadying itself to continue west. This camping area is in-between Gang Gang Gully and Specimen Creek. It only accommodates tent campers, and is off limits to conventional vehicles when the weather is wet. Anglers will usually have some success here.


Who to contact: DSE 13 6186

This campsite is located in Big River State Forest

An expansive forest blankets the hills and gullies surrounding Big River as it wriggles down from Lake Eildon past the Yarra Ranges. This rugged area was the setting for 19th-century goldmining exploits, and now it’s popular with bushwalkers, anglers and 4WD enthusiasts. Access the river’s upper reaches via Big River State Forest Rd just east of Cumberland Junction, 19 km east of Marysville down the Marysville–Woods Point Rd; its lower reaches are accessed via the Eildon–Jamieson Rd or Big River State Forest Rd. Note: the Big River camping areas are usually very popular during holiday periods; you can’t book any of the sites in advance, so you should try to arrive early to claim one.

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