Where to stay
Spending the night in nature offers a truly unique opportunity to experience parks after dark. Camping is one of the most popular ways to immerse yourself, either with a group of family and friends at a full facility campground catering for tents and caravans, or embark on an overnight hike at camp sites dotted along larger dispersed parks. If you’re after the comfort of a ready-made bed and a roof over your head, there are a variety of accommodation options to choose from the safari-style Wilderness Retreats to the quirky unique offers like the Shearer’s Quarters at Murray-Sunset National Park to lighthouse or cabin stays in East Gippsland.
Camping and accommodation
With over a hundred parks to stay in, there's plenty of choice.
Choose from the comfort of a ready-made bed and a roof over your head, to a remote camping location with nothing but bush.
Find your perfect getaway in Victoria's backyard.
Camping in Victoria's National Parks
Where will you wake up next?
Use the map below to explore all the campgrounds available where bookings are required in advance.
Point Nepean Discovery Tents
Located within the historic Quarantine Station precinct, the pre-pitched Discovery Tents offer a unique opportunity to camp under canvas within the idyllic coastal Point Nepean National Park.
The pre-pitched Discovery Tents at Point Nepean National Park are available from September to April each year.
Victoria's rugged coastline is dotted with sandy beaches and coastal parks, many of which form the perfect spot to pitch a tent.