Top 11 campsites that allow fires near Lower Glenelg National Park

The 2019-20 fire season has been tough for many communities in Australia. Visiting these communities and spending tourism dollars is a great way to help. If you'd like to support the communities directly you can also donate via the Red Cross or search for country fire departments across Australia and make donations directly. Stay safe and support our Australian regional communities.

Some fires are caused by campfire negligence. Whether you're new to camping or a regular, Forest Fire Management Victoria has a great video on how to have a responsible campfire.

Finally, always check the fire restrictions for the area you're visiting (VIC, NSW, QLD, SA, WA, TAS, NT) before and during your trip.

Photo of Fort O'Hare

Greenham St, Dartmoor, Victoria

Fort O'Hare

9 Ratings
Photo of Swan Lake Camp

, Victoria

Swan Lake Camp

2 Ratings
Photo of Forest Camp North

Mumbannar, Victoria

Forest Camp North

1 Rating
Photo of Pritchards Campground

Winnap-Nelson Rd, Nelson, Victoria

Pritchards Campground

2 Ratings
Photo of Bowd Campground

River Fire Lane, Mumbannar, Victoria

Bowd Campground

1 Rating
Photo of Lake Monibeong Camp Site

Lake Monibeong Rd, Nelson, Victoria

Lake Monibeong Camp Site

2 Ratings
Photo of Red Gum Landing

Mumbannar, Victoria

Red Gum Landing

0 Ratings
Photo of Kookaburra Camp

100 Harris Rd, Drik Drik, Victoria

Kookaburra Camp

0 Ratings
Photo of Pattersons Canoe Camping Area

Great South West Walk, Nelson, Victoria

Pattersons Canoe Camping Area

0 Ratings
Photo of Wright Horse Camp

Wrights Swamp Rd, Greenwald, Victoria

Wright Horse Camp

0 Ratings
Photo of Jackass Fern Gully Campground

Drumborg, Victoria

Jackass Fern Gully Campground

0 Ratings