Camping in Mount Arapiles-Tooan State Park
Popular with rock climbers and bushwalkers, Centenary Park Campground is the only place to camp in the park. There are three camping areas here with toilets and picnic tables.
The Pines Camping Area is set among tall pine trees and is the most popular of the three camping areas. It is often busy on long weekends and during school holidays.
The Upper Gums Camping Area is set among remnant Yellowgum woodland and is the smallest of the three campgrounds. It offers a more relaxed atmosphere than the Pines.
The Lower Gums Camping Area is set among Yellowgum planted in the late 1980s and is popular with school groups.
All camping areas are within walking distance from each other, and are only a short walk from the base of popular rock climbing crags.
The Upper Gums and Pines camping areas have fireplaces but please note firewood is not supplied and firewood collection is prohibited. Wood fires are not permitted in the park from 1 November to 30 April. Gas or fuel stoves are recommended. Camping fees apply.
The Bluff and Summit picnic areas have tables and offer spectacular views.