This campground provides 30 campsites in a clearing amongst an old pine forest just outside of park. There are basic facilities including toilets, picnic …
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This campground provides 30 campsites in a clearing amongst an old pine forest just outside of park. There are basic facilities including toilets, picnic tables and fireplaces.
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 and 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.
The upper toilet block is accessed from the main loop road or from a lower parking area adjacent to the picnic ground. Both pathways are a fine hard packed gravel surface.
The toilets are wheelchair accessible, but the showers are not.
The picnic area behind the toilet block has wheelchair accessible tables and fireplaces.
The camping areas are open and flat with direct car access
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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