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25 Mile Creek Camping Ground
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Unnamed Road, Eildon, 3713, Victoria, Australia

The 25 Mile Creek Camping Ground is a another rough camp site. The big River is a bit hard to access from this site, its a steep walk down to the river, but dinner is waiting to be caught if your a fisherman.

FacilitiesFixed Fire places, Fishing, Pet Friendly
Ada River Camping Area
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Errinundra Valley Road, Club Terrace, 3889, Victoria, Australia

The Ada River Camping Area is a set amongst tall gum trees with plenty of room for your caravan to spend a pleasent day or two. Picnic tables are everywhere so you don't have to worry about missing out. Ada River Camping Area location map

FacilitiesAmenities Block, BBQ, Creek Water Available, Fixed Fire places, Fishing, Pet Friendly
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Boundary Road, Clonbinane, 3658, Victoria, Australia

The Andersons Garden Camping Area Is now bollarded off so you won't be able to get a camper trailer in to any of the camp spots. So its Tents only and not a lot of car spaces at this popular location. Located in the Mount Disappointment State Forest with ...
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FacilitiesAmenities Block, BBQ, Creek Water Available, Fixed Fire places, Fishing, Pet Friendly
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Omeo Highway, Anglers Rest, 3898, Victoria, Australia

The Anglers Rest Campground remember the Blue duck inn is a short walk so food and beer in walking distance if you forget to bring some or run out. This campsite is a beautiful location to swim, walk, kayak and explore, and can get very busy during public ...
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FacilitiesAmenities Block, BBQ, Fixed Fire places, Fishing
Angusvale Camping Area
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Mitchell River Road, Cobbannah, 3862, Victoria, Australia

The Angusvale Camping Area has drop toilets and is maintained by the Parks dept, there are plenty of camping spots avalable all on nice grassy areas. The Mitchell River can be used for most water activities. Angusvale Camping Area Angusvale Camping Ar ...
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FacilitiesAmenities Block, Creek Water Available, Fixed Fire places, Fishing
Annya Camp Ground
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Annya Road, Hotspur, 3303, Victoria, Australia

The Annya Camp Ground does have a few picnic tables, so its not quite a rough bush camp, but you will need to bring everthing you need if you intend to camp here. Annya Camp Ground lcation map

FacilitiesFixed Fire places
Apex Beach Camping Area
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Unnamed Road, Tocumwal, 2714, Victoria, Australia

The Apex Beach Camping Area is on the banks of the mighty Murray River Victoria side, and opposite the NSW town of Tocumwal. Entrance to the Apex Beach Camping Area Apex Beach Camping Area location map

FacilitiesCreek Water Available, Fishing, Mobile Phone Reception, Pet Friendly
Avoca Lions Park Free Camping
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6 Dundas Street, Avoca, 3467, Victoria, Australia

The Avoca Lions Park Free Camping Area, is on the banks of the Avoca River in the heart of the Avoca touwnship. You will find a playground an electric barbecue and a large gazebo with two picnic tables, and a water tap on the side of the gaxebo.. On top o ...
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FacilitiesAmenities Block, BBQ, Fishing, Mobile Phone Reception, Pet Friendly
Aysons Reserve
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631-759 Burnewang Road, Burnewang, 3558, Victoria, Australia

The Aysons Reserve has large grassy areas and is a free campground with flushing toilets located on the Campaspe River, kayaking, fishing or just a swim in the river are all available here. Aysons Reserve loctaion map

FacilitiesAmenities Block, Creek Water Available, Fishing, Mobile Phone Reception, Pet Friendly
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Baileys Rock Road, Dergholm, 3312, Victoria, Australia

The Baileys Rocks Camping Area claim to fame is the world’s largest river red gum named the Bilston’s Tree, you might need to bring the worlds largest dog to really appreaciate it haha. Entrance to the Baileys Rocks Camping Area Baileys Rocks Camping ...
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FacilitiesAmenities Block, BBQ, Pet Friendly

Free Camping is a Real Treat.

The ability to camp where you like, and enjoy your surroundings, is a fundermental privilage for all Australians.
Unfortunately, it is slowly slipping away, because of the actions of a few morons.
These campers, have made free camping in some Australian locations, impossible.
These same individuals, have trashed the very places they camp at.
And wherever they go, you will find a pile of rubbish left behind, and they wonder why the local councils frown upon free camping.

If you see someone dumping rubbish, or acting improperly.

Try to take a photo as evidence (a photo of car rego is really good), "but don't endanger yourself in the process", and alert the local authorities as soon as possible.
By catching these idiots in the act, and supplying photographic evidence will help get them prosecuted, and it will help keep the free camping sites that still exist, remain free to camp, and for all of us to enjoy.
I've seen some really beautiful free camp sites closed down, and you are now forced to camp at Caravan Parks, as a direct result of these morons.

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Victoria Free Camping, Caravan Parks, Visitor Centres, and Sightseeing


Australia is blessed with many free camping locations across the nation.
And Victoria is no exception, we have over 20 free camps listed in our online database.
We also have over 30 Caravan Parks listed.
So finding a place to camp for a night or two won't be a problem.
It's also a good idea to pop into a Visitor Centre, to gain an insight into what places are worthy of spending some time.
We  have over 20 Rest Areas listed, but I'm sure there are others that we don't have in our database.
Also we havn't forgotten those of you who travell with pets.
We have over 50 places you can take your dog to legally.

If you know of a place that is not already listed.
You can add it yourself, or ask the admin to do it for you.
This way we an share Australia, with those willing to go and explore it.