Devil Cove Campground


Devil Cove Campground

Devil Cove is one of several well-equipped campgrounds around Lake Eildon. There is no boat ramp, making it best suited to walkers and nature lovers looking to relax. Wake to the call of native birds and friendly kangaroos grazing in the shade. Explore the nearby Perfect Cure or Candlebark Nature Walks, stroll up to Merlo's Lookout for views over the landscape or head down to the water to cool down.

This shady campground can accommodate tents and some caravans and campervans. Sites are unpowered. Facilities include wheel-chair accessible toilets and hot showers, drinking water, gas barbecues and picnic shelters. Fees apply and bookings are required.

Visitor Tips: Phone signals are unreliable in the park. Avoid camping under or near large trees. Branches may fall and swing away from the tree at any time. No bins are provided. Please take all rubbish home with you for recycling or disposal.

Fires are only permitted in the fireplaces provided. Firewood collection is not permitted in the park so please bring your own. No bins are provided. Fires must only be lit in the fireplaces provided that: it is not a day of Total Fire Ban, an area of at least 3m around it is cleared of anything flammable, an adult is in attendance at all times (within 50m and in direct line of sight), you have at least 10 litres of water available for immediate use and put the fire out with water, not soil. When the campfire is cool to touch, it is safe to leave.

Take care when swimming, boating or paddling - deep holes, submerged objects, and currents may not be obvious. Supervise children at all times near water.

All plants, animals, other natural features and cultural sites are protected and must not be disturbed or removed. Feeding wildlife is bad for its health. It is an offence to feed or leave food where it is accessible to wildlife. Penalties apply. Please abide by speed limits, drive safely and watch for wildlife. Loud noise can disturb wildlife. Please respect the local wildlife and your fellow campers and keep noise to a minimum. Dogs and other pets are not permitted in the park, except at the Jerusalem Creek Campgrounds where dogs are permitted but must be on a lead at all times.

How to get there

Devil Cove Campground


BBQ - Electric/Gas

Need to know

Devil Cove Campground

Warnings & Restrictions


Dogs are not allowed



Be Prepared

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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.

Open with reduced campsites

Change in campground capacity 
Devil Cove Campground is open for camping at half capacity.  
Sites 225-253; 264; 265 and 267-280 are open for booking. 
Vehicles and camping are not permitted in closed rows and sites. 

Showers, toilets and drinking water 
Drinking water, showers and toilets are currently available, however water supply issues have limited the capacity of the campground. Parks Victoria rangers are monitoring the situation closely and will notify booked campers as soon as possible if issues arise. Please ensure your booking information is up to date and carry enough water with you, in case of a sudden change in conditions. 
Bookings are essential and can be made now at:
Works are planned for the Fraser Block camping area in Lake Eildon National Park, to update the ageing infrastructure which is currently impacting the water supply to the area. Find out more about these upgrades at the Lake Eildon National Park camping upgrades project page.

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