Car and boat-based camping opportunities abound within the park. All campsites are un-powered. The Fraser camping area can accommodate tents and some caravans and campervans.
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Car and boat-based camping opportunities abound within the park. All campsites are un-powered. The Fraser camping area can accommodate tents and some caravans and campervans. Bookings are required and camping fees apply throughout the year.
Fraser camping area
The Fraser camping area can accommodate tents and some caravans and campervans. Site are unpowered.
Visitor facilities include toilets, hot showers, free gas barbecues, shelters, picnic areas and boat launching facilities.
Excellent concrete boat ramps are available within the camping area and have been positioned at different water levels (down to 10% of capacity) to ensure maximum lake access year round. Boat parking is available within and adjacent to the campgrounds. Advance bookings and payment are required.
Sites are available at:
View maps below for numbered site locations.
Jerusalem Creek camping area
There are eight camping areas with unpowered sites. Fireplaces and pit toilets are provided. View Jerusalem Creek map below for numbered site locations.
Remote style camping can be accessed by foot or boat at Taylor’s Creek, Mountaineer Creek and Coopers Point. Facilities include composting toilets and fireplaces at Taylor’s Creek and Mountaineer Inlet.
O'Toole Flat camping area
O'Toole Flat Camping Area is remote bush camp which is popular for hunters during deer stalking season. The carrying of an unloaded firearm is permitted during this period and firearm regulations apply. Dogs are not allowed at any time.
The area is adjacent to the Gap Track, approximately 800m from the Eildon-Jamieson Road.
There are no toilets or picnic facilities. Fires are permitted only in Parks Victoria provided fireplaces. Please bring your own firewood and drinking water and take your rubbish and recycling with you. There is no phone reception at this camping area. Satellite phones or radios are recommended.
- Lake Eildon National Park - Camping fact sheet (PDF 536.4 KB)
Important information on revised fee structures for camping in Victoria’s parks and reserves, effective from 1 July 2014.
- Lake Eildon National Park - Park note (PDF 3.3 MB)
- Lake Eildon NP - Jerusalem Creek campsites Map (PDF 59.6 KB)
- Lake Eildon NP Lakeside - Candlebark - Devil Cove camping areas Map (PDF 766.9 KB)
- Lake Eildon NP – Emergency Procedures Fraser Camping area (PDF 1.3 MB)