Bear Gully Campground

Bear Gully Campground

Bear Gully Campground

Bear Gully Campground


Bear Gully Campground

Set on the shores of Warratah Bay, Bear Gully Campground offers relaxing coastal camping in a tranquil setting.
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Next to Walkerville, and overlooking Wilsons Promontory, this camping area offers shady campsites set among tall Banksia near the shores of Waratah Bay.

The spectacular unpatrolled surf beach is just a short stroll from the campground and is best suited for rockpooling, fishing, surfing and coastal walks - it is not recommended for swimming. The nearest patrolled beaches are Sandy Point and Venus Bay.

Campground facilities include non-flush toilets, communal fireplaces and picnic tables. There is no drinking water available and you need to bring your own firewood.

The campground is 2WD accessible, and 17 of the 34 campsites that are suitable for campervans, caravans or trailers – specific sites are detailed on the campground map.

Individual campsites need to be booked in advance and accommodate a maximum of 6 people per site.

Things To Do

Father and son bird watching on boardwalk

Bird watching

From bushland to wetlands and everything in between, parks provide habitat to an abundance of common and rare bird species. Go for a wander and see how many you can spot.
A couple watch the sunset at a picnic table on the edge of Lake Catani at Mount Buffalo National Park.

Sunrises and sunsets

Spectacular sunsets from the summits and to west, and picturesque sunrises in the east , top-and-tail your day the perfect way.
Three friends take a break from their walk to take a photo of a Kangaroo who is equally watching them.

Wildlife viewing

Get up close and personal with some of Australia's shy native wildlife or look up to spot tree-dwelling mammals and flocks of colourful birds,

How to get there

Bear Gully Campground

Bear Gully Campground is located in South Gippsland - two and a half hours drive south east of Melbourne. Follow signs towards Walkerville, and turn on to Walkerville South Road before turning right on to Bear Gully Road.

Camping & accommodation

Camping is available in the park at Bear Gully where shady campsites are set right on the shore of Waratah Bay. Campers should be self-sufficient and bring their own firewood and drinking water. Advance booking and payment required year round.

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Bear Gully Campground

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