Camping in Mount Buangor State Park

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Camping in Mount Buangor State Park

There are three camping areas in a eucalypt forest setting available to book in Mount Buangor State Park. All areas are accessible by car, have non-numbered sites, non-flush toilets, fireplaces and picnic tables.

 

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Bailes Camping Area contains 5 unpowered sites suitable for both tents and caravans. Non-flush toilets, communal fireplaces and picnic tables are provided. Campers should be self-sufficient and bring drinking water and firewood. Mobile phone reception is limited. Each camp site holds a maximum of 6 people. For bookings of more than 6 people multiple sites must be booked. Individual sites are not reserved; please select your campsite(s) within the campground on arrival.

Ferntree Camping Area is suitable for tents only. The five individual sites are small and each is in a secluded bush setting. Each site has its own fireplace and picnic table. Campers should be self-sufficient and bring drinking water and firewood. Non-flush toilets are located in the adjacent day visitor area. Mobile phone reception is limited. Each camp site holds a maximum of 6 people. For bookings of more than 6 people multiple sites must be booked. Individual sites are not reserved; please select your campsite(s) within the campground on arrival.

Middle Creek Camping Area contains 30 unpowered sites in a large open area, all of which accommodate both caravans and tents. Non-flush toilets, fireplaces, picnic tables and a picnic shelter are provided. Campers should be self-sufficient and bring drinking water and firewood. Mobile phone reception is limited. Each camp site holds a maximum of 6 people. For bookings of more than 6 people multiple sites must be booked. Individual sites are not reserved; please select your campsite(s) within the campground on arrival.

Things To Do

This area is well known for its wildlife. Keep an eye out for:

Two kangaroos stand in the grass at Woowookarung Regional Park.

Kangaroos

Kangaroos are one of the largest species of marsupial. They are most active at night, preferring to rest during the day.
An Echidna in the grass.

Echidnas

Echidnas are found throughout most of Australia. They can be shy and tricky to spot, so keep a close eye out in forests, woodlands and grasslands.
A mother and joey wallaby on a rock surface with the ocean in the background at Wilsons Promontory National Park.

Wallabies

Wallabies are marsupials and members of the kangaroo family. They can be found in woodlands, forests and rugged terrain.

How to get there

Camping in Mount Buangor State Park

The park is located between Ararat and Beaufort on the Western Highway, Route A8. Take Ferntree Gully Road off the Western Highway. The camping areas are located just inside the park entrance.

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There are three camping areas in a eucalypt forest setting available to book in Mount Buangor State Park. All areas are accessible by car, have non-numbered sites, non-flush toilets, fireplaces and picnic tables.

 

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Camping in Mount Buangor State Park

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