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Camp by Lake Eildon and enjoy a whole world of watersports in a spectacular setting. Go swimming, canoeing, waterskiing, sailing and fishing in the shadow of the Victorian Alps. Enjoy bushwalking or cycling along a network of trails. You'll share the picture-perfect surroundings with kangaroos, wombats and a huge variety of beautiful birds.

The park is also an important home for a of ificant species including large forest owls Powerful and Barking Owlsbats and the endangered Spotted Tree-frog and Brush-tailed Phascogale. Take a day trip to Lake Eildon or stay overnight at one of the picturesque campgrounds. Boat, sail, waterski, canoe or kayak on the lake. Bring your own gear or hire from local providers. Take a walk and stop at Merlo Lookout or trek up to Blowhard Summit for unrivalled views over Lake Eildon and out towards Mount Buller or you could stay on a houseboat for a more sedate holiday.

As rivers, lakes and reservoirs are natural environments, you may encounter hazards. Follow our water safety advice to make sure your day out at Lake Eildon National Park is a safe and enjoyable one. One of the best ways you can get into nature is with a d Tour Operator. Discover more than 60 different types of nature-based experiences including hiking, mountain biking, boating, four-wheel driving, indigenous culture tours, birdwatching, surfing, diving and so much more.

d Tour Operators know the all best places to go and will plan and prepare your visit to ensure you are safe and can enjoy your nature-based adventure to the fullest. Cool down in the refreshing waters of Lake Eildon. Take a dip, waterski, boat, sail, canoe or hire a house boat for a relaxing weekend escape. Junior Ranger activities run over the summer school holidays and are a great opportunity for your year-old kids to learn more about nature. From discovery walks to outdoor games and detective sessions, Junior Rangers will explore the park and learn how to care for the environment.

Women of Eildon

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. 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. Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. Some ro in this park are subject to seasonal road closures. Seasonal road closures generally operate after the long weekend in June through to the end of October, but may be extended due to seasonal conditions.

Visit the seasonal road closures for maps and more information. This area has additional visitor advice This area has reported issues This area is closed. Lake Eildon National Park. Explore Lake Eildon National Park. Parks Victoria respects the deep and continuing connection that Taungurung Traditional Owners have to Lake Eildon National Park, and we recognise their ongoing role in caring for Country.

Things to do in the area. Jerusalem Creek Campground There are eight camping areas with unpowered sites. Fireplaces and pit toilets are provided. View Jerusalem Creek map below for ed site locations. Herb Fitzroy and Forsyth Flat have free gas barbecues and there's access to the water via boat ramps. Go fishing and boating - and watch the sunset over Merlo Lookout before returning home. Candlebark Campground Pitch a tent or park your caravan in the shady woodlands of Candlebark Campground. Situated between the Devil Cove and Lakeside Campgrounds, this well-equipped site is perfect for families or groups.

Free gas barbecue, hot showers are provided. Tours and adventure experiences in parks One of the best ways you can get into nature is with a d Tour Operator. How to get there Lake Eildon National Park. Lake Eildon National Park was once the centre of a gold rush and abandoned mine shafts are a real danger in the Jerusalem and Fraser Blocks. Do not attempt to enter these structures. They are unstable and may be home to bat colonies. A five-knot speed limit applies within 50 metres of the shore, other vessels, aids, swimmers and fixed or floating structures, and within 50 metres of vessels displaying a dive flag.

Keep an eye out for hazards and other vessels.

Women of Eildon

Refer to the Victorian Recreational Boating Safety Handbook for information on staying safe while boating. When you're there Download the Lake Eildon visitor guide for more information about the park and the experiences to be had within its borders. Lake Eildon Visitor Guide. With milder temperatures, autumn is a perfect time to camp at Lake Eildon National Park. The Fraser camping area can accommodate tents and some caravans and campervans.

All campsites are unpowered. Houseboats are a great alternative to camping and can be hired from local companies. Lake Eildon offers some of the best winter hikes in Victoria. Take a short stroll or explore some of the longer hikes in milder temperatures and much greener surroundings. Spring is a great time to explore Lake Eildon on foot. The mosaic of wildflowers is a show-stopper - and keep an eye out for foraging kangaroos and echidnas. Need to know Lake Eildon National Park.

Accessibility 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. All abilities access Assistance dogs.

Change of Conditions Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. O'Toole Campground and Gap Track bridge closed until further notice. Notices Affecting Multiple Parks. Seasonal road closures Some ro in this park are subject to seasonal road closures.

Women of Eildon

How we keep it special The Management Plan for Lake Eildon National Park directs all aspects of management of the park until the plan is reviewed. Parks Victoria. Back To Top. These tools enable us to improve your website experience and to provide content and tailored to your interests. By continuing to use our site you consent to this. Please see our Privacy Policy for more information.

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