Lerderderg Campground

3 Ratings



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Tess B. 1 week ago

Is this hard to access during wet weather?

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Marton B. 1 month ago

What’s the water level like at the moment?


3 Reviews

Photo of Julia
1 month ago

Toilets were clean and well maintained. There were built in above ground fire pits in some sites which was really nice and there was plenty of sites to choose from. Great for a group of mates for a long weekend.

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Drew C.
1 month ago

The constructed camp sites are pretty bland, but ok to pull up in your car, pitch a tent and start a fire in a pit. The bushland further down is a much nicer spot, can be a bit damp. There are a few manmade fit pits, but depending on the season the Ranger may not allow it. Wasnt many people there when we were there, but it can get busy so get in early for your choice of spot. Good for a quick one nighter, or can extend and do the circuit trail during the day. (3.5)

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Marton B.
2 months ago

Fantastic campground, only an hour and 15 mins drive north west of Melbourne. This area is brand new and massive with lots of places to camp. We stayed here on Easter weekend and even then there was plenty of place for us to camp. The toilets are a bit of a walk from the designated camping area’s so keep that in mind. Can get a bit rowdy but hey it’s a free campground in a state park, waddya want? The suggested walks depart driving distance away but there are plenty of management tracks that are great for a walk right next to the campground. It was totally dry and pretty dusty when we were here, no water in the river at all.


Upper Chadwick Track,
Lerderderg State Park

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State Forest

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