Koroit Tower Hill Caravan Park

Caravan Park - Victoria


Located in the historic Irish township of Koroit you’ll be sure to experience Irish hospitality at its most charming. The Koroit-Tower Hill Caravan Park is only a five-minute walk to the Koroit town centre and is located at the beautiful and historic Botanic Gardens.

The park is ideally placed right on the doorstep of the Tower Hill State Game Reserve, an inactive volcano where you can enjoy a picnic or walk around the crater to see its wildlife or to study its geology and rich indigenous cultural history. The emus tend to become very friendly when there is food around, so be sure to guard your sandwiches!

With public transport to and from Warrnambool and Port Fairy, Koroit is nestled between rolling green pastures and is the ideal place to stay when experiencing all that the region has to offer.

Features of the park

  •     The park features 24 powered and 31 unpowered sites to accommodate your travelling needs
  •     A children’s playground to keep the little ones entertained nestled within the botanic gardens
  •     Ideally located in strolling distance to the main street
  •     A barbeque under shelter to sit back in tranquil surrounds and enjoy a sausage in bread
  •     Dump point available for visitors to dispose of grey and black water, as well as sewage waste
  •     Resident caretakers are at the park all year round to answer any questions, or to offer tips to get the most out of your stay
  •     A pet friendly park where man and dog can holiday in harmony
  •     Ideally positioned near Tower Hill State Game Reserve – a dormant volcano that is home to a large variety of native flora and fauna. The reserve has picturesque walks and a rich indigenous history to be explored
  •     Right near the Rail Trail path, which is 37 kms of scenery to take in from Port Fairy through to Warrnambool, which passes through Koroit. The scenic route is one of the best ways to see the surrounding countryside
  •     Close to the Heritage Trail, where visitors can walk from historic building to historic building
  •     A short journey will have you in Port Fairy, Victoria’s most popular seaside destination and internationally recognised as the world’s most liveable community. A whole host of adventures, no matter what your desires, can be found in this beautiful part of Victoria
  •     In walking distance to the historic Mickey Bourke’s Hotel, which has been operating for over 150 years

Facilities at the park

The park boasts all of the facilities that visitors come to expect on their coastal adventures.  These include:

  •     24 powered sites
  •     31 unpowered sites
  •     Pet friendly
  •     Large children’s playground
  •     BBQ facilities
  •     Amenities
  •     Laundry facilities
  •     On-site caretakers

This van park is in a beautiful little town not far from many attractions. It was very busy at New Years but the caretaker managed to fit us in for one night at short notice. The park is owned by council and is in need of a revamp. I think the caretaker does his best. Cash only as there is no eftpos much to the annoyance of the caretaker.
Powered Site $29.00
Per Site, per night (2 Adults) - from

Unpowered Site $25.00
Per Site, per night (2 Adults) - from