Wilson Hall Campground

Wilson Hall Campground

Wilson Hall Campground

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Wilson Hall Campground

Set up camp on the flat plain overlooking the Glenelg River and make use of the convenient boat ramp. Launch your boat, canoe or kayak and explore the river, or go fishing for bream or mulloway. 
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This quiet and peaceful campground is nestled among stringybark and banksia forest often frequented by nectar-feeding birds. Canoe, kayak or boat to explore the river and try your luck fishing for bream and mulloway.

Wilson Hall Campground offers 12 campsites, all suitable for camper trailers, campervans, caravans, mobile homes and tents. Each campsite accommodates up to six people.

Campground facilities include non-flush toilets, fireplaces, picnic tables and non-potable water.

Bring your own drinking water and firewood. Advanced bookings and payment are required year-round.

Things to do in the area

Two teenage girls take part in a sailing race on Port Philip Bay in a small boat called Inkspot.

Boating and sailing

Take to the waves of Port Phillip and see Victoria's coast from the water or sail inland lakes and rivers by boat or charter.
Two friends fish off the back a boat on a misty morning on Lake Eildon.

Fishing

In quiet lakes and gently flowing rivers, in the pounding surf or in the depths beneath your boat – the waters of Victoria’s parks and reserves offer some prize catches.
A woman playfully splashing a friend in another canoe with her paddle on the Glenelg River

Glenelg River Canoe Trail

The Glenelg River offers excellent opportunities for flat water canoeing over the 75kms from Dartmoor to its mouth near Nelson. For much of its distance the river flows through the Lower Glenelg National Park, enabling enthusiasts to observe wildlife in its natural environment.
A group of four hikers walk along the beach at Discovery Bay as part of the Great South West Walk

Great South West Walk

The Great South West Walk winds through the diverse landscapes of Lower Glenelg National Park, Discovery Bay Coastal Park, Cobboboonee National Park and Cape Nelson State Park. Starting from the township of Portland in south west Victoria, the walk takes you on an unforgettable journey across rugged cliffs carved by the Southern Ocean, over remote beaches, past ancient, pristine lakes and through majestic, tall forest.

How to get there

Wilson Hall Campground

Lower Glenelg National Park is in south-west Victoria adjoining the South Australian border, about 420km from Melbourne and 490km from Adelaide.

Wilson Hall Campground is on the north shore of the Glenelg river. 2WD access is via the River Fire Line track.

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Need to know

Wilson Hall 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.

  • Lower Glenelg National Park

    Campground closures to allow the upgrade of facilities.

    We have exciting news! During what is traditionally a quieter time in our park, will be upgrading some facilities. This will include infrastructure improvements such as campsites, toilet blocks and floating pontoons to make Lower Glenelg National Park more accessible for more people.  The affected sites include Forest Camp South, Battersbys and Wilson Hall, these sites will be closed from May to August to allow these upgrades to occur. 

    Princess Margaret Rose Cave and Princess Margaret Rose campground closed for infrastructure repair and upgrades.

    Princess Margaret Rose Cave and Princess Margaret Rose Cave campground will be closed until further notice to accommodate infrastructure repair works. This includes access via vehicle or boat on the Glenelg River. Camping is not permitted on the site or in the picnic area.
    The toilets, picnic area and walking tracks in the remain open. 

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Wild Dog Bend Campground

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A 4WD with surf boards on the roof at Forest North Campground at Lower Glenelg National Park

Forest North Campground

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