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Lerderderg Campground

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25 Reviews

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Hannah R.
2 years 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... Read more

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Matthew D.
2 years ago

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

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Julia
2 years 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.
2 years 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 m... Read more

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Marton B.
2 years 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 p... Read more


Top Questions

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ciknony 7 months ago
Question:

it’s only 4wd access?

Answer:

No by Blue Staffy Camper

Answer:

If your coming from the Western Fwy & using Google Maps it’ll try to take you up Diggers Track. Ignore that, continue on O’Brien’s Rd until you get to the next turn off which is Upper Chadwick Track. That’ll take you to the campground and can be easily done in a 2WD. by Matt F.

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Alice N. 9 months ago
Question:

How do you know if the camp is full? Can you call ahead? Or just got to take the risk and rock up?

Answer:

Just gotta take the risk I'm afraid. And try to get in early on busy periods by Scott B.

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Annette S. 11 months ago
Question:

Are there swimming spots nearby?

Answer:

Not really. If you drive to O'Brien's crossing you can have a dip in the river. It's not really swimming though by Scott B.

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Tess B. 2 years ago
Question:

Is this hard to access during wet weather?

Answer:

No, is a sealed road by David B.

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Well maintained gravel road the whole way. by David

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Gravel road with potholes, corrugated in parts ...it's a good 20 minute stretch from the Blackwood side. Very steep roads and tight corners so take it easy. by Katrina R.

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Marton B. 2 years ago
Question:

What’s the water level like at the moment?

Answer:

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

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Location

Upper Chadwick Track,
Lerderderg State Park

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Details

Listing type
Next to car
Yes
Caravans
Yes
Management
State Forest

Closest

BP East Ballan Travelstop

10.68 km

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