Best camping trails in Victoria, Australia

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Explore the most popular camping trails in Victoria with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Map of camping trails in Victoria, Australia
Top trails (115)
#1 - Lerderderg Gorge, Spur Track, Long Point Track, and Blackwood Ranges Track Circuit
Lerderderg State Park
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Length: 10 mi • Est. 5 h 46 m
This hike has excellent payoffs. You'll start along Lerderderg Gorge before splitting off on the Spur Track. After going north for a couple miles you'll take a left onto the Long Point Track. The portion along Long Point Track is quite steep. You'll then take a left and continue along a dirt road called the Blackwood Ranges Track. After this track, you'll take a right back onto Lerderderg Gorge before returning to the car park. Be prepared, this route can be difficult. Make sure to bring water and wear sunscreen!Show more
#2 - Mount Feathertop via The Razorback
Alpine National Park
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Length: 13.9 mi • Est. 7 h 32 m
This is a great hike that will take roughly 7-8 hours to summit Victoria's second highest mountain at 1,922m. It gains a great deal of altitude but is mostly moderate until the last bit which is steep and rocky. Begin at the carpark of Diamantina Hut, descend into the Big Dipper, pass through open snow grass, low shrubs and snow gum woodlands before reaching the rocky bluffs. Every hundred or so metres of elevation gain the vegetation changes toward the end summit well above the tree line with great views over the Bogong High Plains. Situated within the Alpine National Park, this region has a long cultural history as a place for large gatherings in warmer seasons by Indigenous Australians, with a rich spiritual association. If you go in winter/spring there may still be snow on the ground. It is mostly exposed with no shade so bring a hat and sunscreen!Show more
#3 - Wilsons Promontory Southern Circuit
Wilsons Promontory National Park
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Length: 35.7 mi • Est. Multi-day
A 4-day exploration of the southernmost part of the Australian mainland, staying at secluded coves and an isolated lighthouse. Show more
#4 - Mount Bogong Loop via Staircase Spur and Eskdale Spur Trail
Alpine National Park
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Length: 14.5 mi • Est. 9 h 10 m
Mount Bogong used to be the meeting spot for Indigenous groups to meet from all over Victoria in summer. Each year, groups would come together for large corroborees at the base of the mountain, settle disputes, sort out partnerships, do some trade and get permission from the Yiamathong people to climb to the summit. They’d then all climb up together and camp just below the tree line, having Bogong moth feasts and waiting for the summer heat to pass. Commence the summit of Victoria's highest peak at 1,986m at the Mountain Creek Campsite. The entirety of the trail has rugged terrain, starting with the Staircase track on the way up and on the return via Eskdale Spur Track.Show more
#5 - Great Ocean Walk
Great Otway National Park
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Length: 65 mi • Est. Multi-day
A 6-day walk along beneath tall forests, through coastal heath, past lush green pastures and across sandy beaches pounded by the waves of the Southern Ocean. Show more
#6 - Beeripmo Walk
Mount Cole State Forest
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Length: 12.7 mi • Est. 7 h 7 m
#7 - Grampians Peaks Trail Central Grampians Loop
Grampians National Park
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Length: 22.6 mi • Est. Multi-day
The eastern stretch of this trail forms one section of the larger Grampians Peaks Trail, a 160km multi-day hiking trail due for completion in December 2020. This Central Grampians Loop is suggested as a 3-day/2-night multi-day trail and split into the following three sections: Halls Gap to Bugiga, Bugiga to Borough Huts Campground, and Borough Huts returning to Halls Gap.Show more
#8 - Tooronga & Amphitheatre Falls
Noojee, Victoria, Australia
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Length: 1.4 mi • Est. 51 m
#9 - Phantom Falls, Cora Lynn Cascades, Lemonade Creek, and Erskine Falls Loop
Great Otway National Park
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Length: 13.1 mi • Est. 6 h 50 m
This loop includes Erskine Falls, Straw Falls, and Splitter Falls. This trail could also be done as a point-to-point, ending in Lorne. Dogs are allowed on a small portion of this trail, but most of the loop is in Great Otway National Park, which generally does not allow dogs.Show more
#10 - Surf Coast Walk
Point Addis Marine National Park
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Length: 25.6 mi • Est. Multi-day
A 2½ day walk along the coastal cliffs, big wave beaches and superb flowers. Starts at Point Impossible and ends at Fairhaven.Show more
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