Some of the campgrounds in the Grampians have simple bush showers. The showers are a small stand alone unit with a lockable door. Campers …
You are hereHome > Explore > Parks map search > Grampians National Park > Accessibility > Stapylton Campground > Stapylton Campground Bush Shower (South)
Stapylton Campground Bush Shower (South)
Loading maphttp://parkweb.vic.gov.au/_design/scripts/mapping/getlocationinfo http://parkweb.vic.gov.au/_design/ajax-requested-content/get-add-your-photo-url http://parkweb.vic.gov.au/_design/ajax-requested-content/get-add-your-video-urla3411076-1e10-766c-e040-a8c0ac642022
Change of conditions
- No change of conditions apply
Some of the campgrounds in the Grampians have simple bush showers. The showers are a small stand alone unit with a lockable door.
Campers are required to bring their own water and they can choose from a cold shower or heating their water on a campfire.
The shower works by filling the shower bucket with water and then turning the shower hose on the bottom of the bucket.
The shower cubicles are very small with a narrow and stiffly-sprung entrance door.
The door is too narrow for a wheelchair and the space inside the shower is also too small for a wheelchair.
09 May 2013
Parks Victoria is saying a special thank you to its many volunteer groups across the state as part of National Volunteer Week, which runs from 13-19 May 2013. In Point Cook Coastal Park volunteers from AMES, an organisation that assists newly arrived refugees and migrants to settle in to Australia, have …