Bunga Arm Campground
Check In: 13:00|Check Out: 12:00
Pitch a tent at one of the seven campgrounds nestled on the tranquil Bunga Arm, east of Steamer Landing.
Only accessible by boat, each campground contains six to twelve campsites along with non-flush toilets, communal picnic tables and fireplaces. All campsites are unpowered, can accommodate a maximum of six people each and are limited to a three week maximum stay.
Choose a spot at Albatross, Cormorant, Dotterel, Egret, Gannet, Pelican or Shearwater Campground and make the most of the waterside location.
Indulge in kayaking and waterskiing adventures, bring your bathers to swim off the lakeside shores, or your fishing rod to cast a line. Catch bream, flathead, skipjack and mullet on one side of the Bunga Arm, and salmon and snapper on the ocean side.
- No Pets
- Non-flushing toilet
- Short walks <1hr
- Wildlife viewing
- Water skiing
- Picnic table
- Day walks
- Canoeing and kayaking
- Beaches and Coasts
Location & Directions
Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park, Melbourne 3000
Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park is located in East Gippsland. Access to Bunga Arm is only by boat. The nearest boat launching facilities are at Paynesville. Boats can be landed on the beach at designated campgrounds or day visitor areas along the length of the arm. Jetties are located at the day visitor areas of Ocean Grange and Steamer Landing. Boats can be landed on the beach along the length of the arm. Please use the mooring posts provided or anchor boats to the sand rather than tying boats to the trees.