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Lake Eildon National Park

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Old Growth
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View of Lake Eildon & surroundings
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Sunrrise View from Skyline road
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Enjoying Lake Eildon in summer
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Mountaineer Creek Campground
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Lake Eildon, Goulbourn Arm
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Fun on the lake
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Lake Eildon
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Reflections on the water
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Camping at Devil Cove
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Devil Cove
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Change of conditions

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  • Gap Track bridge is closed 100m north of O’Tooles Flat camping area until further notice. at Lake Eildon National Park, Friday 15 September, 2017

Park Statistics

  • Established:December 1957
  • Area:27750ha
Camp fires
Camping
Canoeing
Fishing
Hunting
Jet skiing
Medium walk / Day walk
Picnicking
Sailboarding
Short walk
Sight-seeing
Water skiing
Yachting/Sailing
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Lake Eildon National Park is in the northern foothills of Victoria's Central Highlands, 150 km north-east of Melbourne. Situated on the shores of Lake Eildon, the park protects 27,750 ha of rugged hills with open woodlands through to dense forest.

Visitors can enjoy bushwalking, boating and fishing or try the more adventurous pursuits of waterskiing and mountain bike riding. Relax in a scenic environment and experience native wildlife.

Campsite bookings

Advance bookings are required to stay in this park. Find detailed campsite information and online bookings here.

Location and access

The park is a leisurely and picturesque two hour drive north-east from Melbourne. The Fraser camping area is located 17km east of Alexandra and the Jerusalem Creek camping area is 10km from the Eildon Township.

Aboriginal Traditional Owners

Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, Aboriginal people maintain their connection to their ancestral lands and waters. Further information is available from Aboriginal Affairs Victoria AAV and Native Title Services Victoria

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Popular things to do

  • Walking Enjoy gentle lakeside walks from the camping areas or take a longer hike and explore some of the more remote…

  • Camping Car and boat-based camping opportunities abound within the park. All campsites are unpowered. The Fraser camping area can accommodate tents…

  • Forsyth Flat Day Visitor Area Gas barbeques, family walks, water, picnic tables and shelter are available at the Forsyth Flat Day Visitor Area.

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