1. Australia
  2. VIC
  3. Great Ocean Road
  4. Camperdown
  5. #9218180

Cabin 2 - Farmland and Lake Views

Caravan Park, Camperdown

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5 guests
2 bedrooms
3 beds
1 bathroom


Standard 2 bedroom Cedar Cabin

Set in natural bushland, our cabin features two bedrooms, lounge, kitchen and bathroom. Double bed in the main bedroom and a double bed with single over the top in the second bedroomsleeps 5. Main bed linen supplied. Extra guest's linen for second bedroom supplied for a small additional charge.

The kitchen is well equipped with the following items:

Ice tray

Wine glasses

Drinking glasses

Crockery - Large plate, small plate, bowl, cups

Cutlery – Knife, forks, spoons and tea spoons

Bread knife

Cutting knives

Pizza Cutter

Egg flip, tongs, can opener, peeler, large spoon

Plastic mixing spoons

Plastic measuring spoons

Plastic measuring cups

Electric frying pan

Saucepan set

Rice cooker

Frying pan – stoneware pan, small pan

Kettle, toaster, microwave

Oven dish


Salad bowl

Cheese grater

Cutting board

Rubbish bin

Tea towel, wipes, sourer, bin liner

Dish drainer, dish brush

Dishwashing detergent

Mop, bucket, broom, dustpan/brush

Hair dryer

Our holiday park is uniquely set within an arboretum and botanical gardens, the park sits on a ridge between two stunning lakes and provides the perfect setting for exploring the surrounding lakes and craters country.


If you have your own mountain bike, why not attempt the X-Country Mountain Bike course right at our doorstep descending into the crater lakes

Sit around a cosy camp fire on those chilly nights We hire out fire braziers.

Visit the beautiful Guilfoyle Botanic Gardens right next to the Lakes and Craters Holiday Park

Rennies Hill Lookout again, right next to the Lakes and Craters Holiday Park for a spectacular lookout of the clover shaped Lake Bullen Merri and the stunning salt rimmed Lake Gnotuk with information signs on the lakes and surrounding landscape.

Go Zircon gemstone fossicking on the eastern beach of Lake Bullen Merri. Lots of large stones up to 17mm have been discovered.

Or just sit back and enjoy the peace and quiet that our park offers…


Lake Bullen Merri, 490ha one of the best fresh water fishing locations in Australia with a fantastic growth rate. Regularly stocked with Rainbow and Brown trout, Chinook salmon. There is also the elusive Australian Bass. True trophy fish territory

Lake Bullen Merri is also a very popular water skiing and jet skiing location that boasts deep clear open water, Boat ramps, a safe swimming beach and excellent picnic & BBQ areas. Bullen Merri’s beauty inspired noted Austrian artist Eugene von Guerard to paint the Lake in 1858.

It is still a migratory bird habitat and breeding ground for native fish. Visitors may be lucky enough to see kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, falcons, goshawks, kestrels, parrots and waterbirds. Bring your camera

Drive up Mount Leura for 360 degree magnificent views of the Lakes and Craters district.

Climb the 100 steps of the Clock Tower for a fantastic view of the town 1st Sunday of the month.

Visit the Camperdown Heritage Centre and view fascinating local history and excellent displays of early Victorian settlement.


Play the beautifully laid out Camperdown 18 hole golf course

Lawn bowls, tennis courts, cricket ground and horse trials events held regularly.

Excellent facilities for radio controlled gliders, thermal and slope soarers.

Excellent fishing lakes in the immediate area includes Lake Purrumbete, Lake Tooliorook, Cobden Lake, Deep Lake, Lake Elingamite, Lake Mumblin, and Mount Emu Creek.


The Camperdown Gardens land was reserved in 1869 with work being carried out by Daniel Bunce from 1870, in 1888 improvements were made under the guidance of William Guilfoyle architect of the famous Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens

The gardens were listed on the Victorian Heritage Register in 2011 due to the historic, aesthetic and scientific botanical significance. The Gardens feature three species of trees on the Significant Tree Registry – a rare African Holly, an avenue of nine Linden trees and two Himalayan Oaks. The impressive canopy also includes Elms, Oaks, Cedars and Pines from around the world.

These magnificent gardens are perched above the two volcanic crater lakes of Lake Bullen Merri and Lake Gnotuk and are a wonderful place to enjoy a picnic or BBQ free electric with your friends and family.


Take time to visit this beautiful lookout and the stunning views across the rolling Lake and Craters country, encompassing Lake Corangamite to the east and Lake Colongulac towards Mt Elephant. so named by early explorers, and you will see why

Views all the way to the Grampians, Mt Cole range and the Otway ranges to the south can be taken on a clear day. A directional marker atop the lookout assists with these landmarks. If you are lucky you will see the resident falcon hunting along the ridgeline.

Why not try the Panorama Circuit, an easy, well-marked walk across to Mt Sugarloaf awaits the more energetic, and a bush reserve at the bottom of Mt Leura is a wonderful place to sit and observe the local wildlife.


The Camperdown to Timboon section is a wonderful family friendly bicycle trail, dotted with statuesque trestle bridges and spellbinding volcanic lakes and craters scenery. Riders and walkers traverse volcanic features listed in the Kanawinka Global Geopark, open farmland, wooded grasslands and tall wet forests on descent into the wooded Timboon valley. Why not rest up and prepare before beginning the 40km leg from the Lakes and Craters Holiday Park campgrounds

Star Gazing

The park is situated on top of a hill and just far enough away from the lights of the town, to make it a wonderful place for star gazing with telescopes and binoculars available form the Information centre subject to availability

Available for pick up at the Camperdown Tourist Office in Manifold St.

Other attractions in the immediate Camperdown surrounds:

St Marks Benedictine Abbey – Camperdown

Buggy Museum – Camperdown open by appointment only

Miniature Railway Park 3rd Sunday of the month- Cobden

Camperdown Craft Market 1st Sunday of the month – Camperdown

Historical Homesteads dot the surrounding landscape. Visit the Historical Society for a comprehensive tour map of the local attractions.

Lake Corangamite is Victoria’s largest inland lake. With a surface area of 234 square kilometres and a circumference of about 150 km, this spectacular body of water stretches for 32 km in a north-south direction

Mt Noorat and its central feature is an entire circular crater and is a fascinating walk. Also the birthplace for Alan Marshall of ‘I can jump puddles’ fame – Terang

For more detailed information, visit the Camperdown Tourist Office located opposite the clock tower in Manifold St.

12 Apostles Gourmet Trail Highly recommended

Small region, big trophy cabinet – award winning, cheese, whisky and wine. Crowd pleasing chocolate, crayfish, ice cream, yoghurt, strawberries and beer

Local producers include:

Aldo’s Olives

Timboon Cheesery

Simpsons Snails

Timboon Railway Shed Distillery

Apostle Whey Cheese

G.O.R.G.E Chocolates

Newton’s Ridge Winery


Tea by Birdy

Berry World

Great Ocean Ducks

Schulz Organic Farms

Timboon Fine Ice cream

Visit local businesses as part of a 70km loop that begins in Timboon and includes the coastal attractions east and west of Port Campbell and loops back to Camperdown through the quaint dairying town of Simpson.

Ask at the Park office for a Gourmet Trail map or click here for more.

The Corangamite Shire tourist Website is a great resource on the wider regions’ and attractions in the area.

Regional Attractions

Twelve Apostles – Port Campbell

Red Rock Volcanic Complex – Colac

Heytesbury Settlement- Simpson

Glenormiston Agricultural College – Glenormiston

Floating Islands – Pirron Yallock

Lake Bookar, a State wildlife reserve and listed as a wetland of International significance

Dry Stone Walls Heritage Trail – Camperdown to Colac

Kanawinka Geotrail

The Lakes and Craters landscape has long provided visitors with amenity for walking, fishing and captivating views. It is now listed as the 57th Member of the Global Network of National Geoparks assisted by UNESCO. It is proposed the Geopark will educate visitors on the international geological significance of the landscape and highlight its cultural and aesthetic values.


Features covered by Stayz Rental Assurance

Air conditioning, Parking, Washing machine

Air conditioning Children welcome Clothes dryer Deck/Patio Dining Dishes and utensils DVD player Games Hair dryer Heating Internet access Iron and board Kitchen Linens provided Living room Microwave Non-Smoking Oven Parking Refrigerator Stove Television Toaster Towels provided Washing machine


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