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Staying overnight in a park or reserve is a special experience. Victoria’s parks have some great places to camp and have something to suit all tastes.

Choose from fully serviced sites with luxury tents to remote locations with nothing but bush. You’ll find every option in Victoria's backyard.

Plan your next adventure

Many parks with paid camping also offer fee-free options. The only parks without any fee-free options are Brisbane Ranges, Kinglake, Lower Glenelg, Mount Buffalo, Mount Eccles, The Lakes and Wilsons Promontory national parks; Mount Buangor and Mount Arapiles-Tooan state parks; Cape Liptrap and Discovery Bay coastal parks; Buchan Caves, Corringle Foreshore and Peachtree Creek reserves; Longridge Camp, Nioka Bush Camp and Upper Yarra Reservoir


Looking for advice? Here are a few suggestions to get you on your way.

Drive in, relax, enjoy 

These campgrounds all offer car-based camping. They have toilets, water, some have showers and all are in beautiful parks.

Back to nature 

If you enjoy a stay close to nature with drop toilets and few other facilities, these campsites are for you.

Get your pack on

This camping is for hikers only. 

Take the dog

Live it up

Stay in high comfort, low impact, safari style tents located in Wilsons Promontory National Park, Cape Conran Coastal Park and Buchan Caves Reserve.

For more information about the Wilderness Retreats and to book your stay, visit

Book your stay

Where fees apply for camping, you must book and pay in advance either online or by telephone.

See the list of parks where booking applies.