Thanks to the wealth of nature our region offers - including swathes of national parks and marine sanctuaries – we have some of the best camping spots in Victoria.
With so much variety it’s no wonder that the Great Ocean Road has been a popular camping spot for over 100 years (and with its popularity is verified by independent reviewers on Google Maps).
Best Places to Camp in Victoria
If it’s independent ratings that pique your interest consider these spots that are highly-rated on Google Maps:
- Marengo Holiday Park: In the family-friendly township of Apollo Bay this holiday park and camping ground has powered and unpowered sites as well as self-contained cabins that offer ocean views and even spas. There’s a swimming beach at its front door plus it includes a playground and disabled access.
- Great Otway National Park: This vast national park includes some of the best camp spots in Victoria thanks to its beaches, waterfalls, rainforests and more. A variety of camping options are available including walk-in campsites to fully-serviced and family-friendly options. A full list of bookable sites can be found on the Parks Victoria website.
- Camping at Johanna Beach: Located between Glenaire and Lavers Hill, this rugged beach offers a range of camping options in a district steeped with history. It’s popular for salmon fishing and surfing.
Finding the Best Spot for You
Our website makes it easy for you to find the best camping spots in Victoria.
A full list of options along the 240+ kilometre length of the road and its hinterlands is available on our Where to Stay page.
Use the Advanced Search function to filter the results specific to your needs.