Stay in a cabin, pitch a tent, bring a caravan and stay in the grounds at the Princess Margaret Rose Cave. Unpowered sites are available.
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Stay in a cabin, pitch a tent, bring a caravan and stay in the grounds at the Princess Margaret Rose Cave. Unpowered sites are available. Permits for camping here are available from Princess Margaret Rose Caves Information Centre –call (08) 8738 4171.
Camping is also permitted at several places along the Glenelg River, including Lake Monibeong and Swan Lake. Fireplaces, toilets and water are available at all sites. Walkers’ camps are located along the Great South West Walk within a day’s walk of each other. Caravans can be used at Pritchards camp.
The best campsites for canoeists are the eight special canoe camps along the river at Dartmoor, Pines Landing, Moleside Landing, Skipworth Springs, Georges Rest, Forest Camp North, Bowds, Patterson Canoe Camp and Lasletts. Vehicle access is only available to Dartmoor, Pines Landing and Moleside.
Power boat operators may use any site normally set aside for vehicle based campers. During quiet times of the year, power boat operators may use the canoe campsites (subject to approval by the Ranger).
Refer to the Park Note for detailed information about campsites and facilities.
Advanced bookings and payment are required. You can book online or call Parks Victoria on 13 1963.
26 Feb 2014
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