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Halls Gap Camping

Halls Gap camping grounds are conveniently located at the foothills of the Grampians National Park, making them an idyllic destination for nature lovers. One of the most amazing aspects about camping as a form of accommodation is the bush experience that it affords campers for an unforgettable getaway.

Halls Gap Camping Ground – Dog Friendly & Site Fee Grampians, VIC

Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park is an iconic destination for those looking to camp right in the centre of the action. The park combines the Australian bush experience with modern amenities and also has large grassy sections where campers can pitch their tents. Camp fires are permitted and a fire drum and wood can be delivered to your camp site for a small cost. Amenities provided at Halls Gap Lakeside include a heated pool and a camp lounge. Note that there is a ‘no dogs’ policy on site.

Plantation Campground is located within the old Radiata Pine Forest with magnificent views of the Mount Difficult Ranges. The grounds are located within walking distance of numerous attractions in Halls Gap. While no bookings are required, the grounds operate on a first come first served basis. Amenities include bush showers, non-flush toilets, shared campfire sites and picnic tables. Note that visitors are required to bring their own firewood and carry all their rubbish away as there are no rubbish collection services on site.

Borough Huts Campground is tucked away in the tranquillity of the forested region near Fyans Creek. The grounds mark the starting point of the walking trails that lead up to Lake Bellfield. Advanced bookings must be made, and these are four designated sites on the grounds. Amenities include non-flush washrooms and shared fireplaces as well as picnic tables.

UC Camping is located in Halls Gap, and is best known for its stunning views of the Grampians ranges. Amenities include high rope courses, a heated pool, tennis court, archery and bush cooking. Make your bookings for an exhilarating outdoor experience.

Other great options within the National Park include Boreang Campground, Jimmy Creek Campground and Smiths Mill Campground. It is important to note that dogs are not permitted at any sites within the Grampians National Park. Halls Gap Gardens is a dog friendly caravan park, as is Halls Gap Caravan Park.

Click the links below to explore the full range of caravan and camping options in the Grampians Region.

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