Upper Yarra Reservoir Park is a great location for camping - spacious and relaxed. Facilities include toilets, hot showers, pay phone, large wet weather hall, …
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Upper Yarra Reservoir Park is a great location for camping - spacious and relaxed.
Facilities include toilets, hot showers, pay phone, large wet weather hall, hot water, camp kitchen, picnic tables and barbecues.
Fees apply and bookings are essential. You can book at www.parkstay.vic.gov.au or call us on 13 1963.
Large groups are welcome, but must book in advance.
The designated camping area is located down from the park office. It has a range of open and shaded camping sites situated on a grassed area.
Most of the sites are located on gentle slopes due to the park terrain.
There are several campsites that are reasonably level and relatively close to the carpark, toilets and showers. Access from these campsites to the toilets and carpark is over a grassed area with a slope of approximately 1:12.
Facilities include a visitor centre, toilet and shower block, sheltered gas barbecues and a wet weather hall that has basic cooking facilities.
Photos and more information on the accessibility of these facilities is available by clicking on the links to them in the left hand side menu.
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