With two different locations offering ample powered and non-powered sites, Breeze Holiday Parks is the perfect base for your Grampians escape.
Further down the road, just outside of the National Park you’ll also find Breeze Holiday Parks Grampians. Complete with a swimming pool, spectacular views of rolling hills, and plenty of space for guests and canines, it’s no wonder people settle in for days at a time.
Don’t be deterred by the cool temperatures as both Parks offer firepits and firewood to keep you feeling toasty. The only prerequisite is a glass of locally produced wine and marshmallows for a night under the stars.
Wake up to the stunning views of pristine waters and mountain ranges at Lake Fyans Holiday Park. Choose from one of the spacious powered campsites or dare to digitally detox at the bush campsites. Families, friends, and outdoor enthusiasts will love the onsite tennis court, solar panel heated pool, jumping pillow, adventure playground and many fishing spots.
For larger groups seeking an extended stay Lake Fyans Holiday Park also offers comfortable cabins, including a double-storey four-bedroom house.
Situated among enchanting bushlands, Lakeside Tourist Park offers an unforgettable experience. Wake up to grazing kangaroos and emus as you soak up the native Australian outdoors over a morning cuppa. In the evening, settle in around a crackling firepit (delivered to your site!) and relax to the soundtrack of nature.
Lakeside has generous powered and unpowered sites with modern facilities, including a Wi-Fi hub, playground, trampolines, amazing camp kitchen and bar area, plus two heated swimming pools. They are famed for their wood fire heated pool that stays warm all year round! The park also has luxurious Glamping accommodation as well as a variety of cabins.
Tucked away amid forested terrain at the foothills of the Grampians (Gariwerd) National Park is BIG4 NRMA Halls Gap Holiday Park. Gather around the communal firepit for an authentic camping experience before rolling out your sleeping bag underneath the towering trees.
Its central location in Halls Gap makes it the perfect base for exploring the nearby bushwalking trails and flowing waterfalls, allowing you to embrace your adventurous side. It’s also conveniently close to the gourmet beer and food options in Halls Gap if you’ve worked up an appetite from all that fresh air.
Pitch your tent in the relaxing and shady setting at Acacia Caravan Park. Complete with a camp kitchen, free Wi-Fi, a kids playground and a solar-heated swimming pool, it’s the ideal base for a family getaway in the Grampians. The park has both powered and unpowered sites, as well as larger holiday units and en-suite cabins. Located within walking distance of Ararat, visitors can settle in with a glass of local wine at one of the town’s restaurants after a day of sightseeing in the area.
A luxurious and unique camping experience awaits you at Wanderlust Glamping. It’s perfect for travellers who thrive on experiencing the outdoors without compromising on comfort. Choose from one of the permanent five and six-metre bell tents located at Seppelt Wines in Great Western, or book the mobile service for a complete set-up at your preferred park from their list of locations across the Grampians region.
For the adventure lovers at heart, head out on the challenging (but equally rewarding) Grampians Peaks Trail. Choose from a number of overnight hikes or dare to tackle the 13-day experience. Unique and functional camping sites are available along the way, offering panoramic views of the mountains. It’s truly the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in your natural surroundings.
The Grampians Region also offers a range of other camping options in locations serene and spectacular, including within the Grampians (Gariwerd) National Park itself. These National Park camping sites must be pre-booked in advance via Parks Victoria.