Peachtree Creek campground has 11 sites and is situated on the eastern shores of Tamboon Inlet. There is neither vehicle nor walking access to the …
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Peachtree Creek campground has 11 sites and is situated on the eastern shores of Tamboon Inlet. There is neither vehicle nor walking access to the coast from the camp, so boats are an excellent way to explore the area.
The inlet is good for fishing and bird watching.
Please note, the inlet waters and surrounding forest are part of Croajingolong National Park.
Toilets and barbecues are provided and fees apply.
Advance bookings are required for the Summer and Easter holiday periods. Bookings are by ballot and application forms are required. See below for more details.
During off peak periods, campsites operate on a first come, first served basis and payment is made to honesty boxes on site.
There are other campgrounds available in Croajingolong National Park and the nearby towns of Cann River and Mallacoota also offer campgrounds and motel accommodation.
Easter 2013 camping ballot
Easter ballot applications have now closed.
Due to high demand over the Easter holiday period, campsites at Wingan Inlet, Shipwreck Creek and Peachtree Creek Reserve are booked by ballot.
The ballot period extends from Saturday 23 March to Saturday 13 April 2013. A minimum stay of four nights applies.
Summer camping ballot
Campsites at Wingan Inlet, Shipwreck Creek and Peachtree Creek Reserve are booked by ballot for the five weeks from Christmas until late January.
A minimum stay of one week applies with a maximum stay of two weeks.
Bookings are allocated in blocks of seven days from Saturday to Saturday. Check in from 10am. Check out by 10am.
17 Jun 2013
A group of 260 year 8 students and their teachers from Ivanhoe Grammar School have just completed a huge project to help tackle weeds in the Grampians National Park with Conservation Volunteers. During the past two months, groups of students spent fifteen days volunteering with Parks Victoria and Conservation Volunteers as part …