Lake Becking campground (Murray - Sunset National Park)

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Lake Becking campground (Murray - Sunset National Park)

Set up camp by the shores of Lake Becking and wake views over the captivating pink lake just outside. Take in the vast beauty of Murray-Sunset National Park as the sun sets and the star-studded sky takes centre stage. This is one of only two campgrounds in the park accessible by 2WD vehicles. Picnic tables, fireplaces and toilets are available. No fees or bookings are required.

Visitor Tips: This is a remote area with no mobile reception. Campers must be self-sufficient and carry all the water and provisions they need. Please practise minimal impact camping and observe relevant fire regulations. Fires are permitted only in the fireplaces provided and must be extinguished with water before leaving. Please bring your own firewood or a gas or electric stove or barbecue. No bins are provided – please take all rubbish home with you for recycling or disposal. Download the Murray-Sunset National Park Visitor Guide for more information.

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Lake Becking campground (Murray - Sunset National Park)

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Lake Becking campground (Murray - Sunset National Park)

Warnings & Restrictions

Dogs

Dogs are not allowed

Restrictions

  • No firearms allowed
  • No horses
  • No dogs allowed
  • No generators

Warnings

  • Animals and pests
    • Beware feral bees
    • Snakes
  • Other warnings
    • Limbs may fall take care

Be Prepared

Stay safe and get the most out of your park visit by preparing for natural hazards and other outdoor risks in Victoria’s parks. You are responsible for your own safety and the safety of those in your care. Find out more.

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.

Park Closure

Due to park conservation programs parts of the Pink Lakes area, including Lake Crosbie, Lake Becking and Mt Crozier campgrounds, will be closed from sunset to sunrise on weekdays from Monday 26 February to Friday 15 March 2024. These areas are open to the public during daylight hours and weekends. Closure signs will be in place on all main entry points to closed sections of the park. People MUST exit the park prior to sunset.

Mulcra Island is now partially open giving campers access to the Murray River

Mulcra Island is now partially open giving campers access to the Murray River from River access 1 through to Lock 8. 
Snake Lagoon track to the east is closed until further notice due to riverine flood damage affecting both access and visitor safety, so there is no access beyond Lock 8. Access through the Snake Lagoon track via the Old Mail Road is also affected by this closure. 


Visitors are advised that some areas continue to be affected by residual flood water and high river levels. Caution is advised when camping in these areas. 

Lindsay Island (MSNP) - Access

Lindsay Island open, although has access limitations within due to residual flood water and road damage.
 
The Broken Back bridge on the Little Mullaroo Creek is now Open, The Little Mullaroo Creek crossing on the Sandford Track has water across it, and should be approached and considered with caution, depths will change.  This may limit access to Webster's Lagoon or Kulkurna Cliffs. You should never drive through flood water.
 
The Lindsay River crossing on the eastern entry point to Lindsay Island has extensive flood damage and residual flood water and will remain closed until further notice. Entry gates remain closed, signage in place.
 
Access remains along the Mullaroo Creek between the Caravan through to the Mullaroo Mouth / Boat ramp. 
 
Access now open to Lock 7 Camping Area, Lock 7 Sandbar Camping Area and Lock 7 Boat Ramp Camping Area.

Wallpolla Island Closed

Wallpolla Island is closed due to riverine flood damage affecting both access and visitor safety.

Bee Alert

Please be advised that due to the dry conditions, we are experiencing an increased number of bee sightings and swarms gathering around water sources. Be aware that there maybe bees in camping and day use areas, around toilets, water tanks, lakes and rivers.
Please use caution.


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