Angusvale Campground upgrade

Project status

Four step timeline from Designs developed to Construction complete in summer 2023/2024. All stages ticked as completed.

Construction is complete.

The above timeline is subject to on-ground and construction industry conditions. Last updated: March 2024

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The project

This project is being delivered on Gunaikurnai country. 

Angusvale Campground within the Mitchell River National Park in Gippsland is being upgraded to improve access and provide a better visitor experience for campers, hikers and paddlers to experience this special place.

Roads and walking paths within the campground are being constructed and upgraded to improve vehicle access around the campsite, define camping areas and day visitor areas better and improve pedestrian access around the campsite and to the Mitchell River.

 The camping area at Angusvale in the Mitchell River National Park.
Angusvale campground Credit: Museum Victoria


Project benefits

Visitors and environment

The upgrades will make it safer and easier for a wide range of people to enjoy the campground.


Improved roads and walking tracks will help ensure vehicles and people stay on the roads and tracks to protect surrounding vegetation.

Project funding

Funded by the Department of Jobs, Skills, Industry and Regions as part of a $2.0 million program for upgrades to Far East Gippsland campgrounds.


Environment and cultural heritage management

The Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action (previously Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning) has granted key environmental permits and approvals. 

GunaiKurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation (GLaWAC) has assessed the cultural heritage on site and when delivering the work will protect all cultural heritage items.

Who are we working with?

GunaiKurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation (GLaWAC) is delivering these upgrades. 


Access changes

The camping area is now closed while works are undertaken and no visitor access is permitted, with the exception of some school groups who will have access to a limited area. The area of the construction works is safely zoned off and signposted. 

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