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The Best Caravan Parks in Victoria for Weekend Road Tripping

Conquer the great outdoors and explore the open road with a stay at some of the best caravan parks in Victoria.

Yarra Valley
Yarra Valley

Reconsider the caravan holiday – far from a second-rate option, they offer convenience, flexibility and the romance of sleeping under the stars at spectacular locations. From the coast to the country, you’ll find kitted-out parks with all the creature comforts you require without breaking the budget, while the great outdoors beckon from the minute you wake up.

These are the best caravan parks in Victoria for the ultimate weekend road trip getaway.

*In light of the current COVID-19 restrictions, be sure to follow the Victorian Government website for the latest information. Even though we can't get on the open road right now, check out this article to help you book the most epic post-iso caravan getaway.

Yarra Valley Park Lane
Yarra Valley Park Lane

Yarra Valley Park Lane
At Park Lane you’re immersed in nature, with over 60 acres of landscaped grounds and bushwalks to explore. Unplug from the bustle of city life as you relax by the serene Lake Picaninny or listen to the trickle of Badger Creek. Going bush doesn’t mean roughing it though, with the option of parking your caravan next to an ‘ensuite’ complete with a spacious shower, toilet and hand basin. For a romantic retreat, you can even book a comfy glamping tent for the night - each one comes furnished with a king bed, bar fridge, TV, dining table, couch and private deck. Now, that's luxury.
 
From $60 per night
419 Don Road, Healesville

Merool Holiday Park
Merool Holiday Park

Merool Holiday Park 
With the Murray River running across its length, Merool Holiday Park is a boon for water activities. Fishing, swimming, paddle boarding and water skiing are all at your doorstep, meaning you can wake up and be on the river in minutes. A stay here means getting up close and personal with Australian native flora and fauna, while friendly staff are happy to recommend the best that the twin border towns of Echuca and Moama have to offer. Between golfing, wine tasting, paddle steamer rides and a visit to Echuca’s historic port, you’ll never be short of things to do.
 
From $35 per night
131 Merool Road, Moama

Great Ocean Road
Great Ocean Road

Great Ocean Road Tourist Park
Only 20 minutes from the Twelve Apostles is an ideal stopping point for those making their way through this iconic road trip. Situated in the sleepy seaside town of Peterborough, this tourist park is central to many of the Great Ocean Road’s best attractions including the London Arch, Bay of Islands and Otway Treetop Walk. Back in town there’s a golf course with sweeping cliff views and facilities, while onsite there’s a modern camp kitchen, open fireplaces and free wifi throughout.
 
From $38 per night
Cnr Great Ocean Road and Irvine Street, Peterborough


Anglesea Family Caravan Park
Anglesea Family Caravan Park

Anglesea Family Caravan Park
Located between picturesque Anglesea River and popular Anglesea Surf Beach, this Victoria caravan park is best for family holidays (even four-legged friends are welcome). Spend days exploring coastal walks and catching waves, or make the most of the extensive on-site facilities including a heated swimming pool, children’s playground, mini-golf course, beach volleyball court and more. The quaint cafés, restaurants and shops of Anglesea are all within walking distance, making it a super convenient stay.  
 
From $52 per night
35 Cameron Road, Anglesea

Bright Caravan Part
Bright Caravan Part

Bright Holiday Park
Set on the banks of Morses Creek, this charming holiday park is both the ideal gateway to Victoria’s breathtaking High Country and a great jumping-off point to explore the Alpine region. Every day presents a new adventure, whether that’s driving out to popular bushwalking and biking destinations, or exploring excellent local cafés, breweries and restaurants. Back onsite there’s plenty to keep you busy, with heated swimming pools, mini-golf, free wifi and a decked out camp kitchen. Easy to see why it is considered one of the best caravan parks in Victoria.
 
From $38 per night
Cherry Lane, Bright

Cowes Foreshore Caravan Park
Cowes Foreshore Caravan Park

Cowes Foreshore Tourist Park
It’s location, location, location at this scenic Phillip Island park, considered one of the best caravan parks in Victoria. Idyllic days here are spent skipping around sparkling rock pools and relaxing on the fine white sand, while the 10 acres of carefully maintained parkland provide a pet-friendly home base for your holiday. There’s an almost infinite number of activities at your doorstep, from windsurfing and sailboarding, to swimming and fishing, while attractions including the famous sunset penguin parade, surf beaches and chocolate factory are only a short drive away.
 
From $39 per night
164 Church Street, Cowes

Gentle Annie Caravan and Camping Reserve
Gentle Annie’s simplicity is its appeal – no big playgrounds, pools and crowds, just the tranquil beauty of the King River flowing by as you switch off from your worldly cares. You can do as much or as little as you choose, with a central King Valley location providing access to cyclic trails, bush walks and fishing spots, while cellar doors, restaurants, cafés and a craft brewery are a short walk or drive away. Whatever you do, make sure to bring a blanket so you can stargaze on clear nights.
 
From $35 per night
98 Gentle Annie Lane, Whitfield 

Beacon Resort Great Ocean Road
Beacon Resort Great Ocean Road

Beacon Resort, Great Ocean Road
This full-service resort is so packed with activities that you’ll struggle to leave despite the beauty of the Bellarine Peninsula that beckons outside. Set amongst native gardens across from the beach, you'll have everything you need to entertain the whole family. For the kids, there’s an indoor adventure playground, swimming pool, tennis and basketball courts, go-karting, giant chess and a free supervised kids activity program. That leaves the adults free to relax with a facial and massage at the Mud Day Spa, join daily yoga classes, work out at the 24/7 fitness studio and enjoy local beers and wine from the shop. 
 
From $52 per night
78 Bellarine Highway, Queenscliff

Ballarat Goldfields Holiday Park
Ballarat Goldfields Holiday Park

Ballarat Goldfields Holiday Park 
Strike gold with a stay at this award-winning park situated a stone’s throw from Ballarat’s biggest attraction. Catered towards holidaymakers and families, on-site facilities include recreation rooms, swimming pools, tennis and basketball courts and playgrounds, while school holiday programs run art and craft workshops, discos, tours and movie nights to keep the kids busy. Best of all, it’s only a five-minute walk to Sovereign Hill, where the excitement of the 1850s gold rushes are brought back to life in a huge open-air museum. 
 
From $39 per night
108 Clayton Street, Ballarat Central

Bright Riverside Park
Bright Riverside Park

Bright Riverside Park
This picturesque park is a slice of heaven located close to all the attractions that Bright has to offer. The Ovens River flows right past the property, allowing for a host of on-site activities including swimming, tubing and fishing – or simply relaxing riverside with a good book. Clean and tidy facilities, shady spaces and a five-minute walk to the village of Bright make it one of the best caravan parks in Victoria.
 
From $39 per night
4-10 Toorak Road, Bright


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