Buandik Campground

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Buandik Campground

Situated at the base of the remote Victoria Range, pull up in your caravan or pitch a tent at Buandik Campground. Follow the Billimina Creek upstream to find Buandik (Jardwadjali) Falls and discover evidence of the region's rich Aboriginal past at Manja and Billimina Rock Art Shelters.
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Situated at the base of the Victoria Range beside a creek, pitch your tent or bring your caravan to Buandik Campground.

This is a great place to base yourself and explore the Victoria Range and Victoria Valley areas by four wheel drive. Located in one of the more remote areas of the park, this campground offers tranquility amongst an open eucalypt forest setting.

There are 13 sites suitable for tent-based camping with adjacent vehicle parking, and four drive-in sites suitable for camper trailers, caravans and campervans. Each site at Buandik Campground accommodates a maximum of six people. Sites are unpowered and there are non-flush toilets.

Don't miss the chance to walk up Billimina Creek to Buandik (Jardwadjali) Falls. From there you can continue up the hill to Billimina Shelter. Once a meeting place for the Jardwadjali people, it's covered with over 2,500 motifs made of red ochre bar strokes.

Not far away, another walk takes in the Aboriginal rock art shelter of Manja. For more information on local Aboriginal culture, visit Brambuk the National Park and Cultural Centre in Halls Gap.

Things to do

 
A mother and daughter kicks a football in front of dad and two younger children in front of tents at Buchan Caves Reserve.

Camping

Victoria’s parks have some great places to camp and there is something to suit all tastes. Choose from fully serviced sites with luxury tents to remote locations with nothing but bush.
Three friends enjoy a picnic on the grass in front of the historic Wallace Hut.

Picnics

Head outdoors for lunch in the warmer months and enjoy a picnic in some of nature's most relaxing and inspiring settings.
A Land Rover Defender attempts a river crossing in the Alpine National Park.

4WD

Enjoy a range of short and long 4WD trips in Victoria's parks. From the desert or mountains, to the rainforest or snow, 4WD tracks cater for all levels of skill and expertise.
Four people gather around a campfire in front of Brambuk The National Park and Cultural Centre

Brambuk the National Park and Culture Centre

Brambuk is about bringing life to the history and culture of the Jardwadjali and Djab Wurrung and aboriginal communities of south-western Victoria.Ownership of Brambuk is shared between five Aboriginal communities with historic links to the Gariwerd-Grampians ranges and the surrounding plains

How to get there

Buandik Campground

Buandik Campground is 9.5km east of the Henty Hwy on Billywing Road. The road is unsealed and suitable for two wheel drive vehicles.

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Camping & accommodation

Situated at the base of the remote Victoria Range, pull up in your caravan or pitch a tent at Buandik Campground. Follow the Billimina Creek upstream to find Buandik (Jardwadjali) Falls and discover evidence of the region's rich Aboriginal past at Manja and Billimina Rock Art Shelters.
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Need to know

Buandik 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.

  • Buandik Campground (Grampians National Park)

    Buandik campground closed


    Buandik Campground is closed until further notice due to road works on Harrops Track, Billywing Road and Red Rock Road.

  • Grampians National Park

    Road closure: Mt Difficult Rd from Boroka Lookout.

    Mt Difficult Rd from Boroka Lookout will be closed for works for the duration of this week.

    Road report

    Attached is the latest Grampians National Park road report.
    Take care driving as recent rain and high winds will have brought trees and debris down onto roads.

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The view from inside a tent, looking out to the grassy landscape and cloudy sky.

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