Delatite Arm Reserve Camping Areas

Free Camping - Victoria


The Delatite Arm Reserve is situated along the shores of Lake Eildon and is adjacent to bushland, pine plantation and revegetated forest areas. 

The reserve is popular for camping, water sports, scenic views and fishing. A network of forest tracks provides opportunities for 4WDriving, trail bike riding, mountain bike riding and bush walking. 

The reserve is approximately 190 km north east of Melbourne, via Mansfield or Jamieson. Access to the Delatite Peninsula is via Walshs Rd, near the township of Goughs Bay. Motor vehicles, trucks, motorbikes, mountain bikes, horses and pedestrians share this road. During summer, traffic can create considerable dust and restrict visibility so please drive according to local conditions. 

Harvesting of the pines can occur any time from November to July. Trucks carrying logs and harvesting equipment use UHF channel 25 to communicate with other traffic. 

There are numerous campsites located above the high water mark of Lake Eildon. Camping is only permitted within these designated camping areas, and is on a first-come, first-served basis. No bookings are required, but early arrival is advised during peak periods.

Almost all campsites had modern pit toilets with hand basin.  They all had firepits in the camping areas and are well looked after.  You do have to use your own toilet paper.

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