Boreang Campground

Boreang Campground

Boreang Campground

Boreang Campground

Boreang Campground

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Boreang Campground

Pitch a tent or park your camper trailer in the sheltered woodlands of Boreang Campground and set off on your Grampians adventure.
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Boreang Campground is a favourite of four-wheel drive enthusiasts exploring the Victoria Valley and more remote sections of the Grampians. It is also a fantastic base for escaping the hustle and bustle of the busier hubs within the park.

The campground features shared fireplaces and picnic tables. There are pit toilets and untreated tank-water is available, however you should bring drinking water with you.

Individual campgrounds need to be booked online in advance and you need to bring your own firewood.

Soak up the panoramic vistas on offer at The Balconies, explore unusual rock formations at Paddy Castle, climb the striking sandstone ridges of Mount Thackeray or relax in the company of kangaroos, kookaburras and cockatoos.

At dusk and dawn, watch kangaroos and wallabies graze in the open grassland and native birds singing among the trees. If you're lucky, you might spot some of the more rare species, including Red-Tailed Black Cockatoos and Gang-Gang Cockatoos.

Drive to Zumsteins and discover the remnants of a historic settlement and holiday retreat. Follow the MacKenzie River Walk from here to Fish Falls and the iconic MacKenzie Falls. Reeds lookout offers spectacular panoramas across the Victoria Valley or a short walk to a sandstone outcrop known as Paddy Castle highlights the unique rock formations found throughout the Grampians.

Things to do

 
A young couple cross the stream on rocks in front a the spectacular MacKenzies Falls.

MacKenzie Falls

An easy stroll from the MackKenzie Falls carpark leads to a viewing platform overlooking the picturesque Broken Falls. To reach the base of MacKenzie Falls, follow the signs. Take care as this walk has many steps and is steep, slippery and strenuous in sections.
A couple enjoy a picnic by the MacKenzie river at Zumsteins Historic Area.

Zumsteins Historic Area

Zumsteins Picnic Area is located on the banks of the MacKenzie River and is the site of an historic settlement. It provides a great opportunity to relax in the natural setting of the Grampians, enjoy the wildlife, a barbecue and a short stroll.
A couple in their thirties take in the view along Dead Timber Track.

Hiking and bushwalking

Witness breathtaking natural scenery at some of Victoria’s most iconic places when you lace up your boots and take to a hiking trail.

Brambuk The National Park and Culture Centre

Brambuk The National Park and Cultural Centre in Halls Gap began with the building of the Brambuk Cultural Centre in 1989 to acknowledge, protect and share the cultures of the Jadawadjali and Djab Wurrung Peoples.

How to get there

Boreang Campground

Boreang Campground is situated approximately 16km south of Halls Gap and is best accessed from Glenelg River Road. If you are driving from Melbourne, follow the Western Freeway to Halls Gap. From there, turn onto Mount Victory Road and a final turn onto the steep and unsealed Glenelg River Road will lead you to Boreang Campground.

Boreang Campground can be accessed by 2WD, although the unsealed roads may be slippery in wet weather. Check with Brambuk The National Park and Cultural Centre for road conditions in advance.

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Need to know

Boreang Campground

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.

  • Grampians National Park

    Grampians (Gariwerd) National Park Update 03.02.2023

    Grampians (Gariwerd) National Park was impacted by heavy rainfall and flash flooding during spring and early summer 2022. Multiple roads and some visitor sites are temporarily closed for assessment and repair works. The movement of visitors in these parts of the National Park is restricted.
     
    Major Road closures

    Regional Roads Closure - Mt Victory Road. From Monday 6 February, Regional Roads Victoria crews will complete the final seal on the road and finishing works. Works are expected to take up to six weeks and traffic will run under shuttle flow with traffic management in place. There will be speed restrictions and delays are expected. For more information, call 133 788, email westernprojects@roads.vic.gov.au or visit Mt Victory Road west of Halls Gap | Regional Roads Victoria
     
    Lodge Road is partly closed (section from Syphon Rd to Asses Ears Road).
    Red Rock Road is closed.
    Mitchell Road is closed.
    Mount Difficult Road is open (4WD only).
     
    Seasonal Road Closures
     
    These are still closed due to flood damage. They will gradually reopen after repair works and final assessments.
     
    **For updates, please see the latest road report for full road and track details at the bottom of this page. 
     
    Key Visitor Sites impacted by walking track closures

    Mackenzie Falls: Access to the Eastern Rock Shelf (across the stepping-stones) at Mackenzie Falls is not open. Visitors can still access the walking track through to Fish Falls and Zumsteins.
     
    Cranages Lookout is currently not open. For visitors the nearby Broken Falls and Bluff Lookout provide alternative waterfall views.
     
    The Silverband Falls temporary closure is still in place due to flood damage. Visitors can access Clematis Falls and the Venus Baths loop as alternative walks.
     
    Current Campground closures due to closed roads
     
    Kalymna Campground is closed.

    Grampians Peaks Trail
     
    Grampians Peaks Trail sites impacted by closures


    Griffin Trail Head is Four-Wheel Drive access only. 
     
    For park information, visitors can contact 13 1963 or visit the Brambuk the National Park and Cultural Centre in Halls Gap.

    Attachments: Grampians (Gariwerd) National Park Road Report 03.02.2023_V1 (183KB)

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