Little Bruces camping area Yarrawonga Regional Park

Forges Bend Camping Area at Yarrawonga Regional Park

Yarrawonga Regional Park

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Yarrawonga Regional Park

Explore the iconic River Red Gum forests along the Murray River and enjoy some down time while camping in the Yarrawonga Regional Park. Camp along the high bank of the Yarrawonga Common or on one of the pristine beaches located downstream within the Yarrawonga Regional Park.

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

Walking track at Yarrawonga Regional Park

Yarrawonga Common Walking Track

Walk with your family, friends, and even your dog through some of the iconic River Red Gum forest on the Yarrawonga Common Walking Track. The start of the walking track is located off the carpark at the entrance of the Yarrawonga Common via Cullens Road. The track meanders through the Red Gum Forest of the Yarrawonga Common Camping Area, and connects the area to the town centre via the Yarrawonga Holiday Park.

Water activities

The stretch of the Murray River located along the park is used for a range of water recreation activities including kayaking, boating, paddle crafts, jet skis, wakeboarding and water skiing. In peak visitor times traffic increases significantly making the waterway busy. The area is used frequently by keen fisherman looking to catch the illustrious metre long Murray Cod. Take your chances catching other native fish in the area including Golden Perch, Silver Perch and Trout Cod. All fisherman are required to follow rules and regulations. All Murray Cod between 55 and 75 cm must be released. Fishing is not allowed from the 1 September to 30 November.
The Common at Yarrawonga Regional Park

Yarrawonga Regional Park

Whether you’re after a relaxing time or some fun recreation, Yarrawonga Regional Park has it all. Walking, camping, bike riding, fishing, kayaking, and many other water sports are all popular activities along this stretch of the Murray River.

How to get there

Camping

The main access road in to the Yarrawonga Common Camping Area is by Cullens Road off the Murray Valley highway to the west of the Yarrawonga town centre. The rest of the entrances into the camping areas downstream are along the Murray Valley Highway. Detailed maps of the roads into the area can be purchased from the Yarrawonga Mulwala Information Centre.

Facilities

Toilets
Carpark

Need to know

Camping

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.

  • Notices Affecting Multiple Sites

    Updated on Conditions of Proposed Murray River Park - Yarrawonga to Tocumwal

    All sections of the Murray River Park between Yarrawonga and Tocumwal will be open on the 28th of October with the exception of Scotts Beach. Most areas have been impacted by flooding over the past few months and some access roads are in poor condition. Please drive to the conditions.  

    Updated on Conditions of Proposed Murray River Park - Yarrawonga to Tocumwal

    All sections of the Murray River Park between Yarrawonga and Tocumwal will be open on the 28th of October with the exception of Scotts Beach. Most areas have been impacted by flooding over the past few months and some access roads are in poor condition. Please drive to the conditions.  

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