Banksia Bluff Campground
Check In: 14:00|Check Out: 10:00
Banksia Bluff Campground is perfect for families wanting to escape the big smoke and get a taste for nature. Set among mahogany and banksia woodland, the beautiful campground backs onto the wild Southern Ocean.
Relax at camp or explore on foot. Follow the Estuary view trail and take in the rich diversity of flora and fauna found in the lower reaches of the Yeerung River or the Cape Conran Nature Trail highlights white sandy beaches, rock pools, boardwalks, banksia woodlands and Aboriginal history of the coast.
If you're a keen angler, bring your fishing gear and cast a line off West Cape. Salmon, flathead and gummy sharks are plentiful. Or if you are an experienced diver, Beware Reef Marine Sanctuary hides three shipwrecks and a colourful underwater world.
Banksia Bluff Campground has a mixture of unpowered dog friendly and non-dog friendly campsites. If you want to bring your furry canine camping, make sure you select a dog friendly campsite when booking. Please note that your dog must be on a lead at all times.
The Banksia Bluff Office is open daily, with a range of items available to purchase including ice, gas and firewood. Nearby Marlo (17km) has fuel and basic convenience supplies. Orbost (34kms) has fuel, supermarket, chemist, medical and veterinary services.
- Short walks <1hr
- Canoeing and kayaking
- Wildlife viewing
- Dog walking (on-lead)
- Beaches and Coasts
Location & Directions
Cape Conran Coastal Park, Melbourne 3000
Cape Conran Coastal Park in Far East Gippsland is located approximately 420 km east of Melbourne and 530 km south of Sydney. Cape Conran can be reached via the Princes Highway by turning off at Cabbage Tree Creek or via Orbost and Marlo to the west. The eastern section of the park can be reached by turning off the highway east of Cabbage Tree Creek to Bemm River.