Cumberland River Holiday Park

Prime river camping just two hours from Melbourne.
Kat Hayes
Published on February 18, 2015


Sure, sometimes you're worried about paying rent, whether your car needs a service, whether you'll get that promotion or if your cat secretly hates you. But, on weekends, you want to forget about all of that for a while. And one way to do that is by heading somewhere that's peaceful as hell. So peaceful that you'll be unironically exclaiming "how's the serenity?". Camping is the outdoor adventure for you if all you want to do sit on a foldout chair, nurse a tinnie and stare at real trees wondering why you don't do this more often. Plus, you can get handy and impress your other half or mates with your survival skills like making sticks sharp enough to put a marshmallow on the end — you know, important life hacks.

Drive two hours southwest of Melbourne and you'll be delivered into Cumberland River Holiday Park. Positioned right on the mouth of Cumberland River, this popular holiday destination is primed for an overnight escape from the city. There are two- and three-bedroom cabins available if you don't want to rough it, but if you're wanting to get cosy in a tent, you have the choice of river and garden camping grounds. From here, you're within proximity of coastal and bushland walking tracks, private beaches and more.


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