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Camping at Blencoe Falls, Girringun National Park

Blencoe Falls camping area offers both walk-in and vehicle-based bush camping in a peaceful setting. There are some sites nestled amongst trees adjacent to Blencoe Creek or larger sites in open woodland that are a short walk from the creek.

Camping permits are required and fees apply. A camping tag with your booking number must be displayed at your camp site.

Camp fires are allowed within the camping areas but firewood must not be collected from the national park.

Park-specific conditions

Vehicle-based camping is not permitted in the walk-in camping area as identified on the Blencoe Falls camping area map (PDF, 96K).

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Blencoe Falls camping area

Camping area features: open woodland with large group camping areas and a number of private sheltered sites along the creek.

Location: the camping area is signposted on the left just after the Blencoe Creek bridge.

Access: the camping area can be reached by four-wheel-drive vehicles only. It is not accessible for trailers, caravans, buses or motorhomes (off-road caravans and camper trailers excepted).

Number of sites: large open areas without separately defined sites. There are also a small number of separate, secluded sites along Blencoe Creek.

Camp sites are suitable for: tent camping beside your car, off-road caravans and camper trailers, walk-in camping and large groups.

Camp site surface: dirt and grass.

Facilities: hybrid toilets—as many camp sites are some distance from these facilities, campers are encouraged to bring their own portable toilet if possible.

Open fires: allowed (except when fire bans apply). Fuel stoves are recommended. Firewood must not be collected from the national park.

Generators: only generators that operate at or below 65db(A) are allowed. Generators may be operated between 9.00am and 12.00pm (midday) only.

Essentials to bring: drinking water or water treatment devices and rubbish bags. Read more about things to know before you go.

Bookings: book online, over-the-counter, at a self-service kiosk or by phone.

Mobile phone coverage: poor.

Last updated
20 August 2015