Camping at Easter throughout the North East
EASTER is one of the prime times for camping throughout the North East, and there are several local campsites suitable for those who love the outdoors.
Pitch a tent, sleep under the stars, and experience the best of Victoria’s outdoors, with this roundup of some of the top campsites.
In the Murray region, the temperate climate and spectacular wilderness areas provides idyllic bushland and riverbank camping along the Murray River, close to many regional centres.
Meanwhile, an hour’s drive from Mansfield, Sheepyard Flat, in the old gold mining Howqua Hills Historic Area, is one of several flats along the Howqua River, with open, grassy campsites on either side of the Howqua Track.
There are several tranquil spots within a short drive of Wangaratta as well.
Along the Ovens River, there are the Ovens Billabongs, the River Road Reserve, Frosts and Pioneer Bridges.
If the panoramic views of the rugged Warby Range are what you are after, head to Wenhams camping ground.
The Edi Cutting on the King River, in the heart of the King Valley, is a popular holiday spot for local and visiting families alike.
This is just a small sample of the many popular camping spots in the North East.
For up to date information on local camping spots, including driving directions, rules or any weather information which might impact your stay, contact the staff at your nearest visitor information centre, and be sure to obey signage and rules at your chosen camping ground.
GET AWAY: The King Valley features a host of tranquil camping spots.