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Croajingolong National Park Camp Site
Croajingolong National Park is in the far eastern corner of Victoria, about 450 km east of Melbourne and 500 km south of Sydney (Melway ref: 629 J5). Access roads lead from the Princes Highway or from Mallacoota. All roads in the park have gravel surfaces - check road conditions after heavy rain.
Enquiries and bookings for the Thurra and Mueller campgrounds should be made at the Point Hicks Lightstation office, phone (03) 5158 4268.
Apply to Mallacoota Parks Victoria Office phone 03) 5161 9500 for Tamboon Inlet, Wingan Inlet, Shipwreck Creek and Peach Tree Camp.
All food and drinking water needs to be taken in. Be self-sufficient with drinking water. Carry it in and/or know how to make untreated water safe for drinking. For more information contact Parks Victoria on 13 1963
Access to camping areas is by rough gravel roads which may be closed to vehicles after heavy rain. Camping is not permitted around the Mallacoota Lakes. Remote campsites along the coast are available for walkers on overnight hikes (permit required).
Parks Victoria Information Centre