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Camping Guide to Victoria 5/e

The bestselling guide to over 750 campsites by Craig Lewis and Cathy Savage Code: 59406 Format: Paperback / 416 pages Publication date: 30/01/2020 Availability: In Stock, usually dispatched same day Price: AU $25.99 (was AU $39.99) You save AU $14.00

Experience the very best camping destinations in Victoria with this full-colour, fully updated and detailed directory to over 700 campsites. With the Camping Guide to Victoria, 5th Edition, you will find a comprehensive listing of more than 150 parks, forests and reserves where you can pitch your tent, roll out your swag or unhitch your van. This best-selling guide provides concise and accurate details to camping areas throughout the whole state, including some of Australia’s most celebrated bush and coastal areas such as the High Country, the Gippsland Coast and the Grampians.


Format: Paperback
Pages: 416
Availability: In Stock, usually dispatched same day
Publication date: 30/01/2020
Country of publication: AUSTRALIA
Weight: 800 g
Dimensions: 220.00mm X 150.00mm
Code: 59406
  • About the Authors
  • Regional Map of Victoria
  • Camping in Victoria
  • How to Use this Guide
  • Planning: Maps, Camping Fees and Permits; Fire Warnings and Restrictions; Treading Softly on Victoria; Outback and Remote Area Travel; What to Pack; Useful Resources and Contacts
  • Close to Melbourne:  Regional Map; Campsite Listing
  • Otways and South-West:  Regional Map; Campsite Listing
  • Goldfields and Grampians:  Regional Map; Campsite Listing
  • Mallee:  Regional Map; Campsite Listing
  • Central Murray:  Regional Map; Campsite Listing
  • East Gippsland:  Regional Map; Campsite Listing
  • Gippsland:  Regional Map; Campsite Listing
  • High Country:  Regional Map; Campsite Listing
  • Roadside Rest Areas
  • Touring Atlas
  • Parks, Forests, Reserves and Campsites Index
  • Campsite Index

Craig Lewis and Cathy Savage both travel to write and write to travel. As full-time authors and photographers they have been continually wandering throughout Australia’s backblocks to photograph and gather material for upcoming titles. Most years will see them camping out for 100 or so nights, often bunking down in secluded bush campsites, far from the madding crowds. This is by far their favourite style of camping.