Camping spots are situated throughout the Yarrawonga Regional Park on the beaches, along the high banks, and in the Red Gum forest.
The tracks into the park allow for vehicles of all sizes in to the park, from hatchbacks to large caravans, with the flat beaches providing a suitable place to park up caravans.
Popular camping spots include:
- The Yarrawonga Common Camping Area
- Forges Bend Camping Area
- Forges No.2 Camping Area
- Brownings Bend Camping Area
- Little Bruces Camping Area.
Camping rules and regulations apply to the area. Handouts containing information on rules and regulations can be found at the Yarrawonga Mulwala Information Centre.
Things To Do
Yarrawonga Common Walking Track
Yarrawonga Regional Park
How to get there
Need to know
Safety in nature
There are minimal facilities and the park gives visitors a true bush experience. The park has boat ramps, picnic tables and modern pit toilets.
Avoid picnicking, camping and resting under or close to trees, as they may drop heavy branches at any time without warning.
You can benefit both mind and body when you get outdoors to explore and experience Victoria's natural places. Before you go, take a look at our safety tips and check our changed conditions and closures information for a great visit.
Visiting a park can be more of a challenge for people with disabilities, however, in Victoria there are a wide range of facilities to help people of all abilities enjoy our wonderful parks around the state. Parks Victoria provides a range of a equipment, including all-terrain and beach wheelchairs, facilities, accommodation and accessibility information and programs to help you plan and enjoy your visit to Victoria's parks.
Assistance dogs are welcome in Parks Victoria parks and reserves. Entry requirements apply for parks and reserves that are usually dog prohibited, such as national parks.