Embrace the art, culture and beauty of the Southern Grampians at the welcoming Dunkeld Caravan Park.
Here, you’ll find curiosities and classic camping fun, with firewood available for a reasonable fee and campfires permitted on-site on large, grassy campsites ideal for your Ezytrail camper or van. Best of all, it’s within spectacular view of Mount Sturgeon (Wurgarri), the southern tip of the Grampians and the Great Dividing Range.
If you enjoy fresh dining there’s veggies available to pick on site. Or you can just take the night off and feast up at the nearby iconic Royal Mail Hotel.
YOUR STAY AT DUNKELD CARAVAN PARK
Dunkeld Caravan Park’s camping charm extends into the communal camp kitchen, where you’ll find modern conveniences and a beautiful naturally-cut timber table on which to dine.
The friendly owners are easy going, feel free to strike up a conversation or enjoy a bit of personal space and come and go as you like.
It’s also a great place to link up with non-camping friends, with lovely neat cabins that are well stocked with toiletries and bath mats for a cosy fuss-free stay.
ARTS, HISTORY AND STUNNING VIEWS
The art scene is alive and well in Dunkeld; local galleries and cafe haunts dot the precinct. But there’s plenty of history to feast upon here as well.
In fact, installation at a brand new museum housing the Australian Light Horse Heritage Collection which includes the slouch hat and ID tags donated by Tony Bonner, so kindly donated his hat and ID tags from The Lighthorsemen filmed in 1987.
Or, you can check out the old Saw Mill and a labyrinth at the pristine Dunkeld Arboretum just a stroll from the caravan park. Here, locals have planted up the area with ornamental and native trees around a series of lakes.