Blanket Bay Camping During the Summer and Easter holiday periods Blanket Bay campsites are allocated by ballot. Outside of this period the campground is available
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Blanket Bay Camping
During the Summer and Easter holiday periods Blanket Bay campsites are allocated by ballot. Outside of this period the campground is available on a first-in first-served basis.
Easter 2014 ballot
Applications for the Easter 2014 Blanket Bay ballot open on 1 February 2014. Information and application forms are located under Related Publications on this page. Ballot applications must be received before close of business Friday 21 February 2014.
Ballot period: Thurs 17/04/2014 - Tues 22/04/2014 (5 nights)
Great Ocean Walk Hike-in and Group Campsites
Along with the car-based camping area at Blanket Bay, there are also purpose-built Great Ocean Walk hike-in and group camping areas.
The hike-in campsite has eight individual camp pads set into the surrounding bushland. Each camp pad has room for a 2-3 person tent. There is a maximum number of 12 people per hiker party, booking no more than four hike-in campsites at each location.
The group camping area offers larger and more open sites catering for groups up to16 people with enough room for eight 2-3 person tents.
Registration fees apply at these campsites and hikers must book at least two weeks in advance.
- Blanket Bay Ballot Application Easter 2014 (MS Word Document 20.8 KB)
- Blanket Bay Ballot Application Easter 2014 (PDF File 40.1 KB)
- Blanket Bay Ballot Procedure Easter 2014 (PDF File 27.0 KB)
- Blanket Bay campsite information (PDF File 456.0 KB)
- Vehicle-based camping guidelines - Great Otway NP (PDF File 27.7 KB)
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