Caravanning and Camping Victoria

Chill out on a camping or caravan holiday and find that great park beside the beach to catch those glorious sunsets

If you like to camp or caravan, or if you're planning to start, there's no beter place to be than in Victoria. There are over 200 caravan and holiday parks in Victoria where you can get away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Whether you want to pack up the kids and go on a road trip, take a break with some friends, plan a romantic getaway or get some much-needed alone time, Victoria is sure to have a destination for you. Learn more about Victoria's caravan and holiday parks at visitvictoria.com.

Hiker at Wilsons Prom National Park

Or, of you are more of the camping type, Parks Victoria permits camping in 25 of its 35 national parks. Some of the most popular local camping destinations include:

  • Wilsons Promontory
  • Grampians National Park
  • Snowy River National Park
  • Croajinolong National Park
  • Cape Conran Coastal Park
  • Mount Buffalo
  • Barmah National Park
  • Great Ocean Walk
  • Alpine National Park
  • Murray-Sunset National Park
  • Brisbane Ranges National Park
  • Yarra Ranges National Park

So what are you waiting for? This page includes helpful resources for your camping or caravanning trip, as well as the latest news, tips and advice about getting into the great outdoors.

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Discover RACV's top caravan destinations

Get great member discounts on caravan and motorhome hire, all around Australia and New Zealand!

Experience the freedom and flexibility to travel at your own pace with these RACV member discounts. Members save 10% on Britz, Maui and Apollo campervans when booking direct through RACV.

Travelling internationally? Don't forget your International Camping Card

The Camping Card International (CCI) is a widely recognised document in Europe and Africa. The CCI entitles members to a small reduction in charges at some camping sites and covers third-party insurance claims which may be made against a member for compensation for bodily injury to third parties, and/or damage to property resulting from any accident occurring while camping.

A CCI is essential in Europe. Some campsite proprietors will not allow non-holders of the document to use a site.

The cost of a Camping Card is $25. 

Visit www.campingcardinternational.com for a comprehensive list of campsites in Europe.

Camping Card Application Form

For enquiries contact RACV Holidayline on 13 13 29.

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