Woods Point Camping Ground

Victoria‘s free camping ground’s keep delivering with this camp site on the banks of the great Snowy River. Woods Point camping is one of the rare locations where camping is permitted along the Snowy River, which makes it a must-stop on your camping adventures around Victoria.

Woods Point Camping itself is located right on the banks of the water’s edge of the river. You are also nestled among the native forest and there is a lovely picnic area located in the state forest.

You will be happy to know that your furry family members are welcome here, so feel free to bring along your dogs for the camping trip. There are even horse yards available for all those horse people out there making it a truly unique spot to stay, especially if you’d like to bring your horse along.

There are some great amenities here which include picnic tables, barbecues and toilets. A massive reminder along with all other sites to take your rubbish with you when you leave these campsites.

To get to this location can be tricky if it has been raining a lot and it is not recommended to take the trip to this site in these conditions if you are in a regular 2WD vehicle or regular trailer. So be warned. It is a bit of a tricky site to get to but just punch it in your GPS and you will get there.

Get ready for a great camping trip!

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Details about Woods Point Campground

  • Location on Google Maps from Melbourne
  • Distance from Melbourne: 2 Hours 53 Mins – 392 kms
  •  Wood Point Rd, Yalmy VIC 3888
  • Close to river, swimming hole and forest
  • Access: Unsealed roads
  • Suitable for: Tents, camper trailers, caravans
  • Facilities: Toilets, picnic tables, BBQ, fire pits
  • Pet-Friendly: Yes
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