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Beulah Caravan Park

Address: Beulah Recreation Reserve on the foreshore of the Weir Pool
T. (03) 5390 2430
• Powered and non powered sites
• Playground
• BBQ facilities
• New amenities
• Grassed recreation area
• Rubbish disposal facilities
• Powered and non powered boating activities are permitted on the Beulah Weir Pool
• Fishing, bird watching and walking track's
• Public swimming pool

Brim Redda's Park Brim1

Address: On the foreshore of the Brim Weir Pool
T. (03) 5390 4212
• Powered and non powered sites
• Powered and non powered boating activities are permitted on the Brim Weir Pool
• Rubbish disposal facilities
• Fishing, bird watching and walking track's
• Creek views
• BBQ Facilities
• Amenities
• Picnic tables
• Swimming area

Hopetoun Caravan Park

Address: Austin St, Hopetoun                           Download Caravan Park Rules
T. 0417 237 587
• Powered and non powered sites
• A minutes walk to Lake Lascelles
• 5 Minute walk to Lake Corrong - Recently filled from the Yarriambiack Creek
• Amenities
• Rubbish disposal facilities
• BBQ facilities

Lascelles Camping GroundLascelles Campground

Address: 20-26 Wychunga St, Lascelles
T. (03) 5081 6242
• Powered and unpowered sites
• Excellent amenities and laundry facilities provided
• Free BBQ
• Playground
• Rotunda
• Rubbish disposal facilities
• Adjacent to the historic Minapre Hotel

Mallee Bush RetreatLake Lascelles

Address: Lake Lascelles, Hopetoun
T. 0439 529 973

Lake Corrong - Hopetoun
Filled from the Yarriambiack Creek
• 1974 - Overflowed into farmland to the north of the township
• 1996 - Held a moderate amount of water 6ft
• 1980's - To near capacity
• 2010 - Began to fill in late September
• 2011 - Currently overflowing into farland to the north of the township
• 1 of only 5 waterways that flow inland in Victoria
• Corrong holds 17,200 megs
• Approximately 660 hectares in size
• Powered and non powered boating is permitted although infrastructure and access is limited when the Lake is at it's capacity
• Mecca for wildlife and bird waching is a must
• Fishing and yabbying are a key recreational activiy recommended by locals
• Sail boats are suited to the Lake
• Views of the Lake from the Henty Highway

Minyip Caravan Rest Stop

Address: Warracknabeal - Stawell Rd, Minyip
T. 0429 942 471
• Situated in the Minyip Wetland's
• Powered and non powered sites
• New amenities
• BBQ Facilities
• Picnic area
• Walking tracks
• Bird watching

Murtoa Caravan Park 

Address: 47 Lake St, Murtoa                          Download Caravan Park Rules
T. 0448 511 879
• Located on the foreshore of Lake Marma
• Powered and non powered sites
• Amenities
• BBQ facilities
• Rubbish disposal facilities
• Walking track's

Tourist Comments:

Recently I spent a very enjoyable three night stay at the Murtoa Caravan Park. It is a delightful, picturesque location with very clean and functional amenities. Mrs Cowie was extremely helpful and provided much information regarding local points of interest. I will certainly recommend the Park to anyone passing that way. Regards, Tony 

Rupanyup Memorial ParkRupanyup Caravan Park

Address: Wimmera Hwy, Rupanyup
T. 0428 193 874
• Located adjacent to the Jack Emmet Billabong
• Powered and non powered sites
• Amenities
• Fishing is permitted in the Jack Emmet Billabong
• Rubbish disposal facilities
• BBQ area
• Picnic area
• Walking track (Jack's Track)
• Playground
• Adjacent to Wood's Museum

Warracknabeal Caravan Park

Address: 2 Lyle St (Dimboola Rd), Warracknabeal                   Download Caravan Park Rules
T. 0400 915 125  Email info@yarriambiack.vic.gov.au

• Picturesque location on the banks of the Yarriambiack Creek
• En-suite sites available
• Powered and non powered sites
• BBQ Facilities
• Walking Track
• Free Dump Point

Yaapeet Camping GroundYaapeetCampingGround

Address: Recreation Reserve, Yaapeet
T. 0429 957 208
• Powered and non powered sites
• BBQ
• 'Chop Shed' with open fire place and cooking facilities
• Amenities
• On the doorstep of the Wyperfeld National Park
• Approximately 60,000 people visit the southern end of the Wyperfeld National Park per year
• Rubbish disposal facilities
• Playground



The Caravan and camping facilities in Yarriambiack Shire are all exceptional value for money with many sites only $10 and free camping is permitted at Lake Lascelles.
Mallee township's within Yarriambiack Shire are in close proximity to the Wyperfeld, Hattah-Kulkyne and Murray Sunset National Parks.
Free Dump Point access is available on the corner of Henty Hwy and Evelyn St, Hopetoun and the Warracknabeal Caravan Park, Lyle St Warracknabeal. 

Wonga Campground