Peachtree Creek Reserve


Peachtree Creek Campground

This campground is on the eastern shore of Tamboon Inlet, good for both fishing and bird watching. There is neither vehicle nor walking access to the coast so boats are an excellent way to explore the area.
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The inlet waters and surrounding forest are part of Croajingolong National Park, where there are other campgrounds available.

Things To Do

An aerial view of the Croajingolong National Park.

Mueller Inlet Campground

This campground is on the shores of Mueller Inlet and overlooks the inlet to the river mouth and ocean. The campsites are protected by a dune system covered in Banksia Woodland and Heath.
A mother, father and their two young daughts gaze out at the sea from the lookout point of the lighthouse.

Point Hicks Lighthouse

Situated deep within Croajingolong National Park, the Point Hicks Lighthouse now offers a unique holiday experience for those who want to stay in one of the keepers cottages, which are now comfortable, self-contained holiday accommodation.

Thurra River Campground

This campground is located in coastal woodland between the river and the ocean near Point Hicks. This is a popular spot for families to relax on hot days.

How to get there

Peachtree Creek Campground

Tamboon Inlet is approximately 6.5 hours drive east of Melbourne. Follow the Princes Highway to Cann River. Turn right on to Tamboon Road and follow the unsealed road until you reach a fork in the road. From here, follow Point Hicks Road and then Fishermans Track to reach Peachtree Creek Campground. Visitors accessing the remote campsites can launch their boats from the ramp or jetty. Please note that access to these remote campsites is weather dependant.

The six remote campsites on Tamboon Inlet are only accessible by boat, canoe or kayak. The Tamboon Inlet Remote Campsites operate on a first in, first served basis.

Car-based camping is available at Peachtree Creek Campground in Peachtree Creek Reserve. Bookings are essential for Peachtree Creek Campground.

All campsites are un-powered and can accommodate up to six people per campsite. It is recommended visitors bring their own drinking water as none is available on-site.


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Experience the remote beauty of Croajingolong National Park with a visit to Tamboon Inlet.

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Need to know

Peachtree Creek Campground

Change of Conditions

Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. It’s a good idea to check this page ahead of your visit for any updates.

  • Wingan Inlet Campground (Croajingolong National Park)

    Wingan Inlet Beach Access Closed

    The beach access track (Fly Cove Walk) at Wingan Inlet is closed due to bushfire damage.  Please be advised that the only access to the beach is via the inlet using watercraft.

  • Croajingolong National Park

    Areas of Croajingolong Park closed due to 2019/2020 fires

    Croajingolong National Park

    Due to widespread bushfire damage, the following areas of Croajingolong National Park remain closed:
    • Sandy Point toilet
    • South West Arm Jetty - Mallacoota Inlet (toilets/steps)
    • Kingfisher jetty and Day Visitor Area 
    • Captain Creek day visitor area and jetty
    • Captain Creek Fire Trail
    • Genoa River day visitor area and jetty - Mallacoota Inlet
    • Gravelly Point day visitor area and jetty - Mallacoota Inlet
    • Wilderness Coast Walk (between Cape Howe and Bemm River)
    • Double Creek walk and day visitor area
    • Genoa falls day visitor area
    • Fly Cove walk - Wingan Inlet
    • Mueller Inlet campground
    • Thurra River campground
    • Point Hicks Road (section south-east of Fishermans Track)
    • Cicada Trail
    • Swan Lake Track
    • Clinton Rocks Track
    • Wingan Inlet Rapids Walk
    • Elusive Lake Walk
    • Mt Everard Walk
    • South West Arm day visitor area (no toilet facilities, no jetty access)

  • Peachtree Creek Campground (Peach Tree Creek Reserve)

    Peachtree Creek Jetty Underwater

    The jetty at Peachtree Creek Reserve is currently underwater due to the entrance of Tamboon Inlet being closed. Alternative access to Tamboon Inlet is from Furnell Landing. 

  • Notices Affecting Multiple Sites

    Stay safe this summer around beaches

    Beaches may have hazards such as steep cliffs, slippery rocks, strong ocean currents, large waves, rips, and sudden changes in weather conditions. Stay safe on your day at the beach by only swimming where there are lifeguards and by staying in between the red and yellow flags. Always heed warning signs and advice even if you are not planning to go in the water and be aware of changing weather conditions. Always wear a lifejacket whenever boating, rock fishing, or using a watercraft.

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