Aire River (East) is a shady, small spot to camp. It is about half the size of the camping area on the other side …
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Aire River (East)
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Aire River (East) is a shady, small spot to camp. It is about half the size of the camping area on the other side of the river (Aire River West).
This is a great place for kayaking. The best place to launch is near the bridge at the Aire River campsites.
Aire River (East) has 20 grassy campsites, toilets and a boat ramp.
Camping here is free of charge and is on a first in, first served basis.
Be self-sufficient with drinking water as there is none provided.
There are no fireplaces at Aire River East. Bring a portable fuel stoves or gas barbecue.
Aire River Escarpment Lookout Walk
Distance: 4.2km (return)
Discover the peaceful estuarine waters of Aire River, Hordenvale Wetlands and the impressive view from the Escarpment lookout over the ocean and wetlands. Keep an eye out for kangaroos and wallabies in the coastal scrub.
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 …