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Barbeque
Camping
Long walk / Multi day walk
Picnicking
Sight-seeing
Camp fires

There are a variety of campgrounds located in beautiful forest surrounds. All campgrounds have basic amenities including pit toilets, fireplaces and picnic tables, Drinking water is not provided so please bring your own. Book early during busy holiday periods.

Sites are unpowered and most will accommodate up to six people and one vehicle. Most sites will accommodate a large tent with adjacent vehicles parking. Staplyton, Plantation Smiths Mill, Borough Huts, Boreang, Jimmy Creek and Buandik campgrounds have some sites suitable for camper trailers or caravans.

Dispersed camping

Dispersed camping is permitted in some areas of the park (see the park note map for details). It is important that you call into Brambuk the National Park and Cultural Centre for information on these limited sites.

Campgrounds

 

Boreang Campground

Boreang Campground is located on the southern side of the Wonderland Range and is best accessed via Glenelg River Road which is unsealed but suitable for two wheel drive vehicles.…

Borough Huts Campground

Borough Huts Campground is located in the central Grampians and is accessed via the Grampians Tourist Road which is sealed and suitable for all vehicles. Set in a tranquil, forested…

Buandik Campground

Sheltered in open woodland beside Billimina Creek, the campground has non-flush toilets, shared fireplaces and picnic tables. Fires may lit only in the fireplaces provided. No drinking water is provided…

First Wannon Remote Campground

First Wannon Hiker Camp is positioned for hikers undertaking the remote overnight hike across the Major Mitchell Plateau. The camp is sheltered in a saddle at the head of the…

Jimmy Creek Campground

The campground is in a tranquil forest setting near the creek, it has non-flush toilets, shared fireplaces and picnic tables. Fires may be lit only in the fireplaces provided. No…

Kalymna Falls Campground

The campground is set in a forested area adjacent to a seasonal flowing creek. It has non-flush toilets, shared fireplaces and picnic tables. Fires may be lit only in the…

Smiths Mill Campground

This campground is temporarily closed due to extensive bushfire damage. This campsite is located in an old mill site among pines, with 25 basic campsites, toilets and a bush shower.…

Stapylton Campground

This campground is temporarily closed due to extensive bushfire damage. This campground provides 25 sheltered and open sites. There are basic facilities including non-flush toilets, fireplaces and picnic tables. Bring…

Strachans Campground

Strachans Campground is set beside the headwaters of the Glenelg River, on the site of a former timber mill. The campground has a non-flush toilet and shared fireplaces and picnic…

Troopers Creek Campground

This campground is temporarily closed due to extensive bushfire damage. This campsite is located in a forested area in a valley, is accessible via sealed road (Roses Gap Road), with…

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