Stony Creek Group Campground

Stony Creek Group Campground

Stony Creek Group Campground

Stony Creek Group Campground

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Stony Creek Campground

Nestled amongst the native pines and rocky outcrops near the towering peaks of Mt Rosea, this hike-in camping area is perfect for schools and groups undertaking the Grampians Peaks Trail and other overnight walks in the Wonderland and Mt Rosea areas.

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Stony Creek Campground is a designated group hike-in area that offers eight timber tent platforms, each accommodating up to two people. 

Bookings are for exclusive use of the site, and available for groups no larger than 16 people.  

Campground facilities include non-flush toilet, communal gathering area, day use shelter and untreated water tanks. Whilst there is untreated rainwater tanks at this campground, we cannot guarantee there will be water.

Vehicle access and parking is available off Stony Creek Road for high clearance 4WD vehicles. Gate keys are provided by Brambuk the National Park and Cultural Centre upon confirmation of a booking.

Additional bush camps may be available along Stony Creek road and are allocated on a first in first served basis. Groups are required to register their overnight walks by completing an Education Group Activity Statement prior to arrival.

Things to do

 
A young man offers his hand to his walking partner at the summit of The Pinnacle in the Grampians National Park.

The Pinnacle walks

Choose from two different routes up to The Pinnacle lookout – an easy to medium walk from Sundial Carpark and a more challenging walk from Wonderland Carpark.
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.

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.
Two friends walk along the track south of Redmans Bluff with views of the Serra Range in the background on central section 3 of the GPT

Grampians Peaks Trail

The Grampians Peaks Trail (160km) is a world-class 13-day hiking experience from Mt Zero in the north, through Halls Gap and finishing at Dunkeld. It can also be completed in shorter sections.

How to get there

Stony Creek Campground

Best accessed by hikers via a 0.52 km side track to Stony Creek Group Camp, 1.36 km from the Mt Rosea Carpark. Vehicle access is available 13 km southwest of Halls Gap on unsealed Stony Creek Road with parking available for one 4WD vehicle.

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Need to know

Stony Creek 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 24.1.2023

    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

    Mt Victory Road is open.
    For more information, visit regionalroads.vic.gov.au and search ‘Mt Victory Road Halls Gap’, call 133 788. 
    Redman Road is now open. Further road works are taking place from Monday 23/1/23. Travel with caution.
    Lodge Road is partly closed (Syphon Rd to Asses Ears Road and Rose Creek Rd to Glenelg River Rd sections are closed).
    Multiple other roads and tracks in the north end of Victoria Valley.
    Mitchell Road is closed
    Mt Difficult Road is open (4WD only)

    **See 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.
    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 24.01.2023_V1 (183KB)

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