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Agnes River Rest Area
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5675 South Gippsland Highway, Agnes, 3962, Victoria, Australia

The Agnes River Rest Area is a short walk from the Agnes River which has steep banks, so access is a bit difficult to get to the water. But you can have a BBQ and enjoy the scenery, while resting.

FacilitiesBBQ, Creek Water Available, Fixed Fire places, Mobile Phone Reception, Pet Friendly
Anglesea Lions Park Reserve Rest Area
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Cameron Road, Anglesea, 3230, Tasmania, Australia

The Anglesea Lions Park Reserve Rest Area has a BBQ with a handy Playground for the kids plus Toilets, and its within easy walking distance to the Anglesea River to catch a meal or watch the boats go by.

FacilitiesAmenities Block, BBQ, Playground, Fishing, Mobile Phone Reception, Pet Friendly
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Cnr Thomson Street and Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay, 3233, Victoria, Australia

The Apollo Bay Rest Area is a large parking area opposite a Caltex petrol station, so you can pop over the road and grab a cold drink and a few snack foods while you stop here.

FacilitiesFishing, Mobile Phone Reception, Pet Friendly
Atkinson Park Rest Area
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Murray Valley Highway, Kerang, 3579, Victoria, Australia

The Atkinson Park Rest Area is a well established rest area, you will find a toilet block, undercover BBQ's and picnic tables overlooking a small lake. There is plenty of room to park and a few handy rubbish bins as well.

FacilitiesAmenities Block, BBQ, Mobile Phone Reception, Pet Friendly
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Hume Highway, Balmattum, 3666, Victoria, Australia

The Balmattum Rest Area is a large asphaled area with plenty of room for semis and the biggest camping rigs. Here you will also find under cover picnic tables and a few rubbish bins, plus a toilet block.

FacilitiesAmenities Block, BBQ, Mobile Phone Reception, Pet Friendly, Water Taps
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Epsom-Barnadown Road, Barnadown, 3557, Victoria, Australia

The Barnadown River Reserve on the banks of the Campaspe River, this is a nice spot for a break from driving and a place you might catch a fish for dinner.

FacilitiesCreek Water Available, Fishing, Mobile Phone Reception, Pet Friendly
Barwidgee Rest Area
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Myrtleford-Yackandandah Road, Barwidgee, 3737, Victoria, Australia

The Barwidgee Rest Area is a large grassy area set on the banks of the Barwidgee Creek. You can try your hand at fishing here or take your camera and explore a few of the rock pools along the creek.

FacilitiesCreek Water Available, Fishing, Pet Friendly
Bears Lagoon Fruit Fly Rest Area
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6223 Loddon Valley Highway, Bears Lagoon, 3517, Victoria, Australia

The Bears Lagoon Fruit Fly Rest Area has a few picnic tables and rubbish bins and plenty of space to park. For those you like fishing, you are parked next to Bears Lagoon, so you might be able to wet a line while you rest here for a bit.

FacilitiesCreek Water Available, Fishing, Pet Friendly
Beau Morton Park Rest Area
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Murray Valley Highway, Lake Charm, 3581, Victoria, Australia

The Beau Morton Park Rest Area is adjacent Racecourse lake and there are a few trees for shade. Here there is enough room to pull over with your caravan and take a break from driving.

FacilitiesBBQ, Creek Water Available, Fixed Fire places, Fishing, Pet Friendly
Beauchamp Falls Reserve
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Aire Valley Road, Beech Forest, 3237, Victoria, Australia

The Beauchamp Falls Reserve is quite popular, so expect a few neighbours when you camp here. The main attraction is the 20 metre high Beauchamp Falls, but you will need to hike approximatly 40 minutes or so, to get there so your camera is a must have item ...
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Can I Camp Overnight in a Rest Area?


The answer is generally, NO.
These rest areas have been set aside on main arterial roads, so you can take a short break from driving when your feeling tired.
They are a place to freshen up a bit, before safely continuing on with your journey.

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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.