In the southeast, the Glenelg River is shared with Victoria. Parks Victoria has a detailed website for the area (Lower Glenelg River National Park) which can be accessed through www.parkweb.vic.gov.au. Campground maps are on the Parkweb Victoria site.

The seven designated camping areas are:
Bowds Canoe Camping Area – 20 people
Georges Rest Canoe Camping Area – 20 people
Lasletts Canoe Camping Area – 20 people
Moleside Canoe Camping Area – 20 people
Pattersons Canoe Camping Area – 20 people
Pines Landing Canoe Camping Area – 20 people
Skipworth Springs Canoe Camping Area – 20 people

Things to remember

Campgrounds require advanced booking and payment.
Supply your own water
Campfires need to be in designated areas and minimal wood used from Park.

SAFETY

Notify the park office of your intended trip
Know your group’s abilities and plan stages accordingly – choose sensible daily distances
Do not canoe alone
Ensure that all participants can swim and are wearing life jackets
Do not overload your canoe
If you do capsize, pull the canoe into the bank

ParkVic map and information brochure

 

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