Here’s a list of camping spots in the Yarra Valley region:

BIG4 Park Lane Holiday Park is located in Healesville and caters for everyone! The AAAT 4.5 Star rated caravan park offers camping, cabin accommodation and there’s even a homestead for larger groups. Guests can enjoy Badger Creek which flows alongside the property and there are also BBQ’s, recreation rooms and a swimming pool to enjoy.


Kinglake National Park offers camping at the Gums Camping Grounds. This camp ground is popular with families and is set next to a mountain creek. Facilities include toilets, free public BBQ, picnic tables and fire places.  Campers must pre-book and there is a cost. For more details visit the website.


Healesville Tourist Park offers caravan and cabin accommodation. Facilities include an in-ground pool, undercover BBQ area, children’s playground and a function room available for hire. For more details visit their website.


Warburton Caravan & Camping Park enjoys over 1km of Yarra River frontage and the park has over 100 powered sites and several acres available for general camping. Facilities include 4 amenity blocks, coin laundry with dryers, tennis court and undercover BBQ facilities. For further info visit their website.

If you are looking for budget accommodation in the Yarra Valley, you don’t get much cheaper than $30 a night for a family.
That’s just one of the many reasons to consider camping. Here are some others:

  • It’s peaceful
  • You can get away from technology
  • It forces you to slow down
  • You can sit around a camp fire and talk
  • You get plenty of fresh air
  • You can gaze up at the night sky
  • Your stress and troubles tend to vanish away
  • Surely that’s enough reasons to make you want to do it!