Victoria is one of the most beautiful and diverse states in Australia. Located in the south-eastern corner of the country, Victoria is home to some of the most stunning landscapes and attractions in Australia.
Victoria’s capital city, Melbourne, is renowned for its vibrant culture, art galleries, and world-class restaurants. Melbourne is also home to the world’s largest tram network and many of Australia’s best sporting teams.
Victoria is also home to some of the country’s most beautiful beaches and coastal towns. From the stunning Great Ocean Road to the iconic surf town of Torquay, there are plenty of opportunities to relax and enjoy the stunning scenery.
Nature lovers will be in their element in Victoria. The state is home to stunning national parks, forests, and wildlife. The Grampians National Park is home to some of Australia’s most spectacular scenery and is a great place to explore.
Victoria is also home to some of the country’s best wine regions. The Yarra Valley and the Mornington Peninsula are renowned for their world-class wines and stunning views.
Victoria is a great place to visit and explore. With its diverse landscapes, vibrant culture, and stunning beaches, there’s something for everyone in this beautiful state.
Large, open campground on the banks of the Cobungra River. The river here is quite attractive and offers anglers and kayakers a place to play.
Very pleasant valley camp by the small Gellibrand River. About half the sites are well shaded by groves of different furs, other sites are open with a scattering of oaks, pears, plums and apples. All sites level, well grassed (mown by kangaroos). Dogs on leads. Rated at 4.
Bush camping (no facilities) on the banks of the Loddon River. Most of the site is a cleared level paddock, well grassed but open to the road and shaded by one fir tree. May be boggy when wet.
Located in the narrow, forested valley of the Barwon River East Branch. Most of the camp area is a cleared, grassed hillside with a few small flat benches cut into the hill - best for tent camping. Well shaded by tall Mountain Ash.
Dispersed designated parking areas along the road end located in a saucer valley near the NW edge of the Brisbane National Park. Site layout suites car/tent camping rather than motorhomes/caravans. Parking layout inhibits long rigs.
Temporarily Closed - Campground in the historic town of Walhalla, suitable for caravans. This is a very large, and grassy campground, and is very popular during the warmer months. There is plenty of room here though.
Well equipped and attractive campsite in Mount Disappointment State ForestThe Andersons, after which this campground was named were and old gold mining familyBeing reasonably close to Melbourne, this campsite is quite popular during the busy season.
A nice open camp area on the banks of the Campaspe River near Rochester and Elmore in Victoria. Not too far from Bendigo/Axedale. A great spot to get away for 1 or 2 nights through to a week away. This is a very open area with some large mature eucalypts.
A reasonably pleasant camp located on the forested northern slopes of the Great Dividing Range. An old house and historic arboretum site by a large dam. The fenced day area (6 BBQs, benches and shelter) features a range of exotics , wallaby mown lawns and overlooks a large dam.
A large river-side reserve, with a grassed open paddock by the road and tiered river flats by the river where white trunked Manna Gums, willow and wattle provide some shade to grassed sites. Features long pebbly river beaches and a pleasant rural outlook.
Free camping on the edge of a semi-natural lake between Echuca and Shepparton, VICThere is a central toilet block, playground and barbecues, and the camping area is along the shore for about 1km either side of this.
Dispersed bush camping on pleasant grassed beaches by the Murray River surrounded by flood plain forest - River Red Gums, billabongs and swamps. Odd BBQs and tables have disappeared = no facilities. Very distant traffic noise. Prolific bird life and occasional cattle grazing. Rated 4.
Pleasant, extended, well grassed flats by the Glenelg River. Good shade from River Red Gums. Rating 4. 18/5 Jetty Major Mitchell established a base camp here while taking his boats down the Glenelg. Thus the common name Fort 0'Hare. Now a popular canoe launching point.
On the banks of the Yea River, this campsite offers a pleasant, shaded and well maintained area to spend a night. The campground is on the cricket oval, with a pitch in the middle of the oval.
A disappointing (but popular) camp consisting of a large grassed area by an attractive lake with very limited shade. Backed by flat, open farmland with some traffic noise from the highway. The ambiance may improve as recently planted shrubs grow. Maintenance is good.
A large grassed campground in Little Desert National Park set among MalleeThere are picnic tables and Bush camping is also permitted in the Central and Western Blocks of the park. There are marked walks from the campground, with brochures available from the information stand.
A beautiful camping area with no facilities on a straight section of the Murray. There is a beach here, and being wide and flat, it is a great spot for swimming. The water is slower and shallower than other areas of the river.
Situated at the head of an attractive, narrow valley are three grassed clearings by the bubbling Torongo River and surrounded by lush wet sclerophyll forest. The first, by the entry gate, is a small, grassed flat with little shade and no facilities.
This is a popular swimming and picnic area not far from Briagolong in Briagolong State ForestThere are large shady campsites, a sheltered picnic area and rubbish bins provided. The creek near here is fairly shallow but the water is cool and clear and suitable for (supervised) children to swim in.
Set among ferns, and eucalypt forest with dense understory, this is a beautiful spot with excellent facilities. There are 18 individual campsites well separated by the native vegetation and picnic tables with wood barbecue / fireplaces.