This campground provides 25 sheltered and open sites. There are basic facilities including toilets, fireplaces and picnic tables. Bring your own drinking water as there
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This campground provides 25 sheltered and open sites. There are basic facilities including toilets, fireplaces and picnic tables. Bring your own drinking water as there is none provided.
A camping fee and permit applies to all campgrounds. Each permit allows up to six people and one vehicle at a site. Permits are available at Brambuk the National Park & Cultural Centre in Halls Gap or by credit card by phoning the Centre on (03) 5361 4000.
If you are planning an extended walk from this campsite, tell someone where you are going and when you aim to be back. Trip intentions can be registered at Brambuk – The National Park and Cultural Centre.
Refer to the Park Note for more information.
The campsites in the upper section of Stapylton Campground are all a distance away from their respective parking areas and all the sites have a raised wooden edge around the flat site. This could make access difficult for some campers with a disability.
In the lower section of the campsite there are some accessible campsites directly opposite the toilet block. These are larger and the entire area is flat with out barriers or obstructions. However, cars do not have direct access to these sites.
Picnic tables in the campground don't have an overhang.
There are accessible toilets at this campground. But the bush showers are not accessible.
More information and photos of the facilities at this campground can be found by clicking on the relevant links on the left hand side.
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