Top 5 Caravan Parks in Victoria you have to visit

Top 5 Caravan Parks in Victoria you have to visit

Best Friend Holiday Retreat

This dog-friendly holiday park is 4 acres of parkland and gardens specifically designed for your family and dogs. Cabin accommodation, camping and caravan sites are individually fenced, and drive-through caravan sites are securely fenced. They have six spacious off-leash areas within the park, dog-friendly play equipment, a dog hydrobath hut and luxury kennels for when you go on an out-of-park excursion. 

Park facilities include 2 separate covered barbeques with camp kitchen areas. The largest area can seat up to 40 people and has a cook-top, microwave, refrigerator as well as hot and cold water.

Additionally, the retreat is less than half an hour away from Tarra-Bulga National Park, Yarram Golf Course, and Port Albert; scenic boat tours, fishing trips and bird watching are right around the corner. 

From $35 per night


Anglesea Family Caravan Park

Located beside the Anglesea beach and river, there are more than 250 casual powered camping sites for caravans, mobile homes, vans, and tents. The site has a revamped camp kitchen, outdoor heated swimming pool for all ages, children’s playground, on-site mini-golf, indoor spa, and laundry facilities. They also have tons of local seasonal events and attractions for the whole family to enjoy. 


From $55 per night


Bright Holiday Park

The Big4 Bright Holiday Park is surrounded by the Alpine National Park and located near the beautiful Ovens River. They offer a variety of accommodations, beautifully landscaped gardens, undercover BBQ areas, camp kitchens, modern amenities, family bathrooms, a large laundry, a bike wash bay, a playground, and a state-of-the-art Skydeck Lounge. Located within walking distance from the Bright township, there is a variety of boutique shops, cafes, restaurants, galleries, and entertainment. With plenty of activities to do and places to visit in and around Bright Holiday Park, you have many options including hiking and walking trails, biking trails, visiting Mt. Buffalo National Park, Red Stag Deer and Emu Farm, and Sun Cinema.


From $66 per night


Marengo Family Caravan Park

Overlooking the ocean and adjacent to the Marengo Reef Marine Sanctuary, home to a resident seal colony, Marengo Family Caravan Park is located 2km outside of the Apollo Bay township and Otway National Park. It is ideal for swimming, diving, and snorkelling. The park offers unlimited scope for formal bushwalking trails as well as self-guided opportunities, including some unique experiences such as walking through the nearby rainforest at night to check out the mesmerising glow worms.

Park facilities include an amenities block with a laundry, dedicated family and disabled bathrooms, a fully enclosed camp kitchen, an adventure playground, an outdoor BBQ area, and – as a bonus - it’s dog friendly. 


From $60 per night


Merool Holiday Park 

Being right beside the Murray River with riverside and lake access, Merool Holiday Park is excellent for a range of activities: from wakeboarding, paddle boarding and water-skiing to swimming and fishing. They have multiple points of entry to the river, plus a private boat ramp.

Merool Holiday Park has a large range of amenities from a quality indoor camp kitchen with two outside BBQ areas, a resort style pool with solar heated water, a playground, an indoor games room, laundry facilities, Wi-Fi, and a small on-site kiosk for your essentials. 


From $35 per night 

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