You'll find this little slice of secluded paradise perched between the ocean and Lake Reeves — nestled amongst tea tree and coastal banksia.
Offering 12 unpowered sites with non-flush toilets and communal fireplaces, some sites are suitable for caravans, while others are for tents, campervans, and camper trailers only.
With easy access to the beach, explore the secluded stretches of sand, ride the waves, take a dip in the ocean, or try your luck at surf fishing.
Feast on your catch of salmon or snapper back at camp, or gather with friends and family for a picnic in the shelter of a large rotunda.
Things to do in the area
Nyerimilang Heritage Park
How to get there
Need to know
Change of Conditions
Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. It’s a good idea to check this page ahead of your visit for any updates.
Paradise Beach Campground (Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park)
Paradise Beach Campground Northern beach access steps closedDue to recent storm damage to the beach access steps at the northern end of the paradise beach campground, the steps have been removed and this access point closed until repair works can be undertaken. The beach access points at the southern end of the paradise beach campground remain open for visitors to access the beach.
Attachments: Paradise Beach Campground N Step Closure Map (2,759KB)