Caravaning & Camping

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Beulah Caravan Park

Address: Beulah Recreation Reserve on the foreshore of the Weir Pool
T. (03) 5390 2200
• Powered and non powered sites
• Playground
• BBQ facilities
• New amenities
• Grassed recreation area
• Rubbish disposal facilities
• Powered and non powered boating activities are permitted on the Beulah Weir Pool
• Fishing, bird watching and walking track’s
• Public swimming pool

Brim Redda’s Park

Address: On the foreshore of the Brim Weir Pool
T. (03) 5390 4212
• Powered and non powered sites
• Powered and non powered boating activities are permitted on the Brim Weir Pool
• Rubbish disposal facilities
• Fishing, bird watching and walking track’s
• Creek views
• BBQ Facilities
• Amenities
• Picnic tables
• Swimming area

Hopetoun Caravan Park

Address: Austin St, Hopetoun          
T. 0417 237 587
• Powered and non powered sites
• A minutes walk to Lake Lascelles
• 5 Minute walk to Lake Corrong – Recently filled from the Yarriambiack Creek
• Amenities
• Rubbish disposal facilities
• BBQ facilities

Lascelles Camping Ground

T.  0493 776 657

• Powered and unpowered sites
• Excellent amenities and laundry facilities provided
• Free BBQ
• Playground
• Rotunda
• Rubbish disposal facilities
• Adjacent to the historic Minapre Hotel

Mallee Bush Retreat

Address: Lake Lascelles, Hopetoun
T. 0439 529 973

Lake Corrong – Hopetoun
Filled from the Yarriambiack Creek
• 1974 – Overflowed into farmland to the north of the township
• 1996 – Held a moderate amount of water 6ft
• 1980’s – To near capacity
• 2010 – Began to fill in late September
• 2011 – Currently overflowing into farland to the north of the township
• 1 of only 5 waterways that flow inland in Victoria
• Corrong holds 17,200 megs
• Approximately 660 hectares in size
• Powered and non powered boating is permitted although infrastructure and access is limited when the Lake is at it’s capacity
• Mecca for wildlife and bird waching is a must
• Fishing and yabbying are a key recreational activiy recommended by locals
• Sail boats are suited to the Lake
• Views of the Lake from the Henty Highway

Minyip Caravan Rest Stop

Address: Warracknabeal – Stawell Rd, Minyip
T. 0429 942 471
• Situated in the Minyip Wetland’s
• Powered and non powered sites
• New amenities
• BBQ Facilities
• Picnic area
• Walking tracks
• Bird watching

Murtoa Caravan Park

Address: Lake St, Murtoa 
T. 0403 887 091
• Located on the foreshore of Lake Marma
• Powered and non powered sites
• Amenities
• BBQ facilities
• Rubbish disposal facilities
• Walking track’s

Murtoa Cabins on Lake Marma

Lake Street, Murtoa, Victoria

Bookings Manager: 0403 887 091

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Nestled on the foreshore of beautiful Lake Marma, the cabins feature front decks have views of the sunrise and sunset year round. Three cabins available, 1 x one bedroom cabin & 2 x two bedroom cabins (1 x queen & 1 x double bunk).

The cabins are a community project managed by the Murtoa Progress Association since Oct 2019.

Rupanyup Memorial Park

Address: Wimmera Hwy, Rupanyup
T. 0448 782 834
• Located adjacent to the Jack Emmet Billabong
• Powered and non powered sites
• Amenities
• Fishing is permitted in the Jack Emmet Billabong
• Rubbish disposal facilities
• BBQ area
• Picnic area
• Walking track (Jack’s Track)
• Playground
• Adjacent to Wood’s Museum

Warracknabeal Caravan Park

Address: 2 Lyle St (Dimboola Rd), Warracknabeal                   
T. 0400 915 125  Email

• Picturesque location on the banks of the Yarriambiack Creek

• En-suite sites available

• Powered and non powered sites
• BBQ Facilities
• Walking Track
• Free Dump Point

Yaapeet Camping Ground

Address: Recreation Reserve, Yaapeet
T. 0429 957 208
• Powered and non powered sites
• ‘Chop Shed’ with open fire place and cooking facilities
• Amenities
• On the doorstep of the Wyperfeld National Park
• Approximately 60,000 people visit the southern end of Wyperfeld National Park per year
• Rubbish disposal facilities
• Playground

The Caravan and camping facilities in Yarriambiack Shire are all exceptional value for money with many sites only $10 and free camping is permitted at Lake Lascelles.
Mallee township’s within Yarriambiack Shire are in close proximity to the Wyperfeld, Hattah-Kulkyne and Murray Sunset National Parks.
Free Dump Point access is available on the corner of Henty Hwy and Evelyn St, Hopetoun and the Warracknabeal Caravan Park, Lyle St Warracknabeal.