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What is the price for booking ?
Camp site is free and there is no need to book by Stephen B.
Tq stephen we r of 15 people wants to stay for the night is it permitted to stay over the night with the liquor happening by Praneeth C.
Yes you can stay overnight and take liquor. If you go during a weekend you just need to be there early as the best spots fill up quickly by Stephen B.
Tq stephen we will be plz one last question which is better Mt franklin reserve or firth park campground by Praneeth C.
I have never been to Firth park so I cannot comment on that. We have found my Franklin great because of the close proximity to Hepburn springs and Daylesford. We have always enjoyed our stay there and will definitely go back again by Stephen B.
Tq stephen by Praneeth C.
Any lakes near by by Praneeth C.
I believe there is. There is also a lake in Daylesford by Stephen B.
Can you drive into the campsite?
Yes we take our caravan in there all the time by Stephen B.
Absolutely beautiful place would highly recommend this place for anyone wanting quite and beautiful surroundings fantastic spot
One of the loveliest places to camp for free. Need to bring drinking water, and perhaps some firewood, during busy times.
Great free camp, close to Daylesford. We were there on the weekend and it was pretty busy but the vibe was great. Lots of dogs, some groups, even a group drumming and playing didgeridoo. The road in is a bit windy and narrow but we managed to get our small motorhome up there. The loop walk is pretty short (managed it in 45 mins) but steep and a little sketchy when going up. Definitely will come back again.
Super campground, large, lots of space. With toilet and water. We met a large crowd on a Saturday but it was still pleasant. I can recommend it to everyone.
Mount Franklin Rd,
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Coles Express Daylesford5.17 km
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