Nash Creek camping area

Camper trailer Free No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Picnic area Toilets Vehicle-based camping Walking trails

In the heart of the park, Nash Creek has an isolated feel. It’s reached via Black Snake Creek Rd, west of the junction with Bunyip River Rd. From the nearby Dyers Picnic Ground you can undertake the 17 km Dyer Circuit, which passes the impressive Four Brothers Rocks. If you’re after something easier, try the Buttongrass or Mortimer nature trails in the south-western corner of the park.


Who to contact: Parks Victoria 13 1963

This campsite is located in Bunyip State Park

Just 65 km east of the Victorian capital, Bunyip provides some rural relief for over-urbanised Melbournites. The rugged bush landscape is best explored on foot or by mountain bike. While doing so, keep a watch out for the fierce-eyed bunyip, a hirsute mythological creature that, according to Aboriginal people, is intent on punishing naughty folk. You can get here from Gembrook, which lies just outside the park’s western perimeter, or turn off the Princes Fwy at Tynong North.

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