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Find your space and go camping The Grampians Way

4 Nov. 2020

Melburnians, embrace your freedom. Plan your escape and spend a night or few under the stars, in nature. The Grampians offer a plethora of camping options, to suit complete novices right through to adventurous types who love getting off the beaten track.

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Holiday parks

A holiday park is a great option for family trips or those looking for some more creature comforts. Think pools, playgrounds, your very own campfire, camp kitchens and even an on-site bistro in the case of Lake Fyans Holiday Park! This is a great way to go if you’re settling in for a longer stay and seeking a getaway where the kids can meet new friends, explore and find lots of fun. Check out:

  1. Lake Fyans Holiday Park alongside Lake Fyans;
  2. Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park beside Lake Bellfield;
  3. Big4 NRMA Halls Gap Holiday Park in the foothills of the Grampians National Park; and
  4. Wimmera Lakes Caravan Resort in Horsham.
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Camping grounds

If you like the sound of setting up camp with enchanting bushland on your doorstep and the comfort and convenience of powered sites, bathrooms and cooking facilities, then a camping ground is for you.

Explore the Southern Grampians from Lake Hamilton Motor Village and Caravan Park.

Grampians Edge Caravan Park is set on 14 acres with majestic views and only minutes from iconic attractions like McKenzie’s Falls, Mt Zero and picturesque olive groves and wineries.

Halls Gap Caravan Park is right in the centre of Halls Gap and enjoys the company of resident kangaroos and native birds.

Horsham Riverside Caravan Park is ideally situated right on the Wimmera River and next to the Horsham Botanic Gardens.

Stay at the Dunkeld Caravan Park for close proximity to foodie delights.

Find pet-friendly accommodation in Ararat at Acacia Caravan Park and Holiday Units.

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Glamping

Like to settle into luxury after a day of exploration and adventure? Glamping is a real treat!

Wanderlust Glamping is the Grampians’ original glamping provider. They’ll handle the set-up and pack down of boho caravans or bell tents, kitted out with cosy bedding and furnishings, on your chosen site. Or book into one of their permanent bell tents in the vineyard at Seppelt Wines in Great Western.

At Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park there are a number of glamping options from gorgeously styled bell tents to a renovated caravan and even an aero glamper featuring a fully functional 737 flight simulator!

Gather a group and glamp at Kailash to restore your connection to yourself with the help of yoga, meditation and sound therapy, surrounded by lush native forests and wildlife.

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Go bush

If you’re looking for a camping adventure among native wildlife and peaceful bushlands, the Grampians National Park is the perfect place to set up. Take a look at Parks Victoria’s approved campgrounds for more information.

Enjoy an authentic camping experience on the Grampians Peaks Trail. When completed, this multi-day walk will total 160km of world-class trail through an ancient and rugged landscape. Individual and small group sites are available at Bugiga and Borough Huts. Be prepared and book to truly immerse yourself in the pristine Grampians National Park day and night.

Leave it all behind and go camping in the Grampians. Right now, more than ever you deserve a peaceful escape and a reconnection with nature.

Before visiting us, we recommend you review your travel plans in line with the latest safety guidelines: www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-health-alert. And take a look at our guide to travelling the Grampians responsibly and safely.