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Port Campbell Recreation Reserve

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    Allows fires

Top Questions

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Jack n. 1 year ago
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How much is the charge for campsite ?

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Pedro R. 1 year ago
Question:

Do we have to book before arriving or is it first come?

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Don’t have to book, but if you want a “better” spot then you can try. by Daniel M.

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10 Reviews

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Jasmine C.
6 months ago

Good location, clean toilets and showers, good area for cooking and washing up and had WiFi. Small and basic Camp but absolutely nothing to complain about! $15per adult $10 extra if you have a powered site

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Georgia D.
11 months ago
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Jakob B.
1 year ago

Very dirty. It seems that people dumped there toilets in the bushes.

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Millie W.
1 year ago

Nice open campground plenty of space.

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Isabella G.
1 year ago

Hot showers, kitchen and washing up facilities. Plenty of space and perfect spot for $10 each


Location

30 Morris Street,
Port Campbell,
Victoria,
3269,
AU

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Details

Listing type
Campsite
No. of sites
101
Caravans
Yes
Phone
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Closest

Caltex Port Campbell

0.22 km

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