Car and boat-based camping opportunities abound within the park. Camping fees apply throughout the year, and permits must be obtained for Fraser and Jerusalem Creek
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Change of conditions
- Laundry facilities at Fraser camping area (Candlebark, Lakeside and Devil Cove) will be closed from 1 February 2014. Hot water is still available in showers and hand basins.
Thursday 30 January, 2014 |
Car and boat-based camping opportunities abound within the park. Camping fees apply throughout the year, and permits must be obtained for Fraser and Jerusalem Creek camping areas.
Fraser camping area
The Fraser camping area can accommodate tents and some caravans and campervans. Unpowered sites are available at Lakeside, Candlebark and Devil Cove (Easter only).
Visitor facilities include toilets, hot showers, free gas barbecues, shelters, picnic areas and boat launching facilities. View Fraser camping area maps for site locations.
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. You can book online or call Parks Victoria on 13 1963.
Jerusalem Creek camping area
There are eight camping areas with un-powered sites. Fireplaces and pit toilets are provided. View Jerusalem Creek maps for site locations.
Advanced bookings and payment are required. You can book online or call Parks Victoria on 13 1963.
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. Camp fees do not apply for boat based camping.
19 Feb 2014
Parks Victoria is reminding residents it is illegal to dump household rubbish in a public place after a recent dumping was reported near Fryerstown last week. Noel Muller, Ranger at Castlemaine said discovering dumped rubbish in the park was disappointing and an environmental hazard. “The area near Fryerstown has been…