Lerderderg Campground

8 Ratings



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Tess B. 3 months ago

Is this hard to access during wet weather?


No, is a sealed road by David B.


Well maintained gravel road the whole way. by David

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Marton B. 4 months ago

What’s the water level like at the moment?


The river at O’Brien’s crossing is flowing. :) by Maria P.


8 Reviews

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Maria P.
3 weeks ago

We did an overnight camp over grand final long weekend. It get busy but not rowdy. Drop toilets and some fireplaces are nice with hot plates. Some camp sites you have to walk into but it makes them more beautiful, others you can park next to your site which is more convenient. The roads in are quite bumpy for a 2wd but still doable. Bring your own water.

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1 month ago

Camping areas spread out but busy during the warmer months. Access to fun driving tracks too.

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Ewen B.
1 month ago
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Hannah R.
2 months ago

A beautiful spot, so close to the city! Winter school holidays had four other camp sites set up in addition to ours, but everyone clean and quiet. Nice clean toilets and good fire pits. GPS told us to go Diggers Track and we couldn’t get the trailer up the last 20m! Upper Chadwick advised, unless your car has got some grunt. We’ll be back, for sure!

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Matthew D.
3 months ago

Best camp site in the area. Gets very busy but there are a lot of sites


Upper Chadwick Track,
Lerderderg State Park

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State Forest

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