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Lake Elizabeth Campground

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10 Reviews

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Zoe S.
1 month ago

Dirt is very hard when it has been dry, campsite is spaced out nicely and has a lot of nice spots. Waterfalls and walks nearby are stunning and easily done in one day. There is no reception down there though so be sure to prepare!

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Marton B.
5 months ago

Really beautiful campground. I’ve visited a couple of times now, Forrest is about 20 mins away and is a great little town for grabbing supplies (they have a brewery!) and having a meal. From the visitors car park there’s a few lake walks you can do from 1hr to a whole day (if you want to just hang out on the lake). Toilets are pretty far from the camping area, halfway up the hill to the visitors area. Also there’s a loading zone for unpacking your gear at the campground but you’ll need to park in a different car park up the hill too. All campsites are marked and the best campsite for accessibility is campsite 5 at the top of the hill which has the closest access to the cars and the toilets whilst still having its own bbq and picnic table. Would definitely go again.

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Brooke L.
7 months ago

I absolutely love this campground! Dogs are permitted on-leash and it’s a picturesque area to set up camp in. I’ve been twice, neither time was particularly busy but it was during the cooler ‘off-peak’ months. I’ve ridden the MTB trails into Forrest and also walked the Lake Elizabeth loop. Not all camp spots have a fireplace, and some are quite close together, so do your research to find a spot that suits either group bookings or something a bit more private. You can also see which spots have been booked if you’d rather set up camp away from other visitors. I particularly like that vehicles are separate to the camping area (there’s a designated parking area at the top), it keeps everything simple and you really feel like you’re ‘getting back to nature’!

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Tahlia b.
1 year ago

Pretty Forrest Saw a koala! So many pretty robins and variety and birds that visit the site which is really sweet The parking and drop off system works really great! The water is a bit far away for my taste also officially not allowed swimming Toilets nice and clean Camp sites a bit to close together and small area so weekend is busy and cramped and if you are unfortunate enough to have a bad visitor then the whole area is effected no escape.

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Karen K.
1 year ago

Beautiful campsite. Really loved out time there. Drop toilets were clean. No cell reception up there. The map I thought was a little misleading but still good. We booked #3 which was close to the toilets and carpark/loading area, and we had a fire pit nearby.


Top Questions

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Mimi W. 4 months ago
Question:

Can you swim in the lake?

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It’s a 30 minute walk for a swim by Murphy L.

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Yep we’ve swum in the lake. Some logs and bits around but pretty safe. Will be a 30 min walk like Murphy said 👍 by Marton B.

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The time you get back you want another swim lol by Murphy L.

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Ria E. 4 months ago
Question:

Hi, I’m trying to book on the website but can’t seem to find any availability for my dates. Is there a number I can call?

Answer:

I’m sure if you leave early you’ll find a campsite but after 12 it gets full by Murphy L.

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If you have to book or else upset someone who already paid. by Julian W.

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Dylan Henry Gaffin 1 year ago
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How are the mozzies? Is campsite 4 good?

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Nothing to worry about by Murphy L.

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George K. 2 years ago
Question:

Can a sedan access this campsite ?

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Easily - I’ve seen some pretty low 2wds here 👍 by Marton B.

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Sweet thank you :) by George K.

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Though the lake is a 30 minute walk just for a swim by Murphy L.

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Location

Kents Rd,
Barwon Downs,
Victoria

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BP Lorne

12.29 km

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