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Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland is located below the hightest peaks of the Grampians National Park Grampians Paradise offers large grassed shady and sunny sites with or without power
	Grampians Paradise camping and caravan parkland

443 Long Gully Rd Pomonal 3381 Victoria AUSTRALIA

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Photo of Mt William taken above Grampains Paradise from a hot air balloon

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(03) 5356 6309

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Camping Sites overlooking Blue Lake and Reman Bluff Wetlands at Grampians Paradise

Current News:

8th March 2021:

We have had a busy summer with all long weekends being fully booked well in advance. We are now fully booked for the Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the Victoria Labour Day 2022 Long Weekend. We are also fully booked for Easter Friday, Saturday and Sunday 2022. If you are thinking of staying with us on a long weekend, please book well in advance.

 

I wanted to let you about some big change at Grampians Paradise this year, 2022. We are halving the number of Guests that will be staying on long weekends.
     Over the 32 years we have been having people come stay at Grampians Paradise, we have had a maximum number of guests of around 180 people at the busy times (all long weekends in recent years). While at these numbers the camping ground has still been very spacious on account of our very large site sizes and that over half of the camping ground area is not even occupied by sites, it has had a busy feel. This has been particularly noticeable in regards to our wildlife and native birds that call Grampians Paradise home. They know the busy long weekends and as soon as everyone starts arriving, they leave, taking a holiday from the busyness and eat out until all the long weekend guest have left. They then come back as soon as most of our human guest have left. It is such a different experience staying at Grampians Paradise when the number of guests is lower, the native birds are about and the Kangaroos and Wallabies are grazing in the camping ground in the evenings.

     At up to a maximum of around 90 people staying, the kangaroos, wildlife and native birds usually do not leave for the long weekends. This substantially changes the feel of staying at Grampians Paradise. The sound also changes too. Instead, the sounds of campers being dominate, the sounds of nature and native birds usually become dominate. With less guests there is less lights and the stars and milky way are more visible (on moonless cloud free nights). There is on average more space between groups and the feeling more relaxed. These are the things we want to be able to offer guest at any time of the year, including the busiest long weekends. Also, to look after the trees, grass and the things of nature that makes Grampians Paradise what it is, we are finding we have no choice but to limit the number who can stay at any one time.

     Form the start of 2022 we now have a a maximum of around 90 people. This means more likely than not, around one third to half the sites will be empty. This will provide a much more spacious feel for those of you who are staying with us.

Our shower and toilet communal facilities are open, as well as the covered BBQ area / camp kitchen. However the campground lounge (the Hub) is now permanently closed.

 

28th DECEMBER 2022:

CAMP FIRES SEASON IS NOW OPEN Campfire are only permitted at Grampians Paradise between late March 2022 and the 14th December 2022*

FROM 15TH DECEMBER 2022 UNTIL LATE MARCH 2023 CAMPFIRES ARE NOT PERMITTED AT GRAMPIANS PARADISE.

Sites with Camp Fire places are available at Grampians Paradise

*At Grampians Paradise the camp fire season is now open.
Camp fires season opens in late March and runs through winter, spring and early summer - until 14th December 2022. At these times fires must be in a made fireplaces or portable fire places which we have for hire.

Charcoal burners cannot be used on your site between 15th December 2022 and late March 2023, but can be used near the camp kitchen.

Click here for more info on fires

 

Special Events from 2018

Traditional wood Frame Workshop and the Timber Framers Gathering

Students assembling the Traditional Timber Frame on the Spring 2017 Fox Maple Tradtional Timber Building Workshop

From the 21st to the 30th October 2018 Grampians Paradise hosted Fox Maple's World Tour of Traditional Timber Framing Workshop.

The 10 day workshop included both theory and practical hands on learning while working on a large scale traditional timber frame project. During the workshop we built the frame of a covered bridge which will reside at Grampians Paradise.

For more information and pictures see the Page:

Timber Framing Workshop Oct 2018

and on that page the link to the Wetlands Creations Facebook page.

For the weekend of the 27th and 28th October 2018 Grampians Paradise hosted the Timber Framers Gathering. Around 50 people attended the weekend. It was a great sucess. For more information see the flyer on the Timber Framing Page

 

HIGHLIGHTS FROM 2017:

Looking back over photos from 2017 autumn season, I wanted to highlight two things. Redman Bluff above Grampians Paradise, and the beautiful night sky, with thousands of stars and our dark sky's that make it possible to see milky way on a clear night.

The night sky over the parkland sites and Redman Bluff under the light of the moon.

Easter camping on the Parkland Sites at Grampians Paradise, under the moon light on a starry night, with the milky way rising above Redman Bluff. If you look closely, the cliffs of Redman Bluff have the red of "sunrise", but in this photo it is by the light of the rising moon (only possible for the camera to discern).

Also near the top of the photo (two thirds up the sky in the milky way), it is possible to make out the Southern Cross.

Redman Bluff, 3rd highest Mountain of the Grampians National Park, by moon light, under the stary sky taken from Redman Bluff Camping Ground

With the aid of an f2.8 400mm lens, and the light from the Easter Moon, I was able to capture this picture, complete with star trails, of Redman Bluff, third highest mountain of the Grampians National Park. This photo was taken from the Parkland 10 (P10) site at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland.

Historic Summit Cairn on Redman Bluff, above Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland.

The view from the top of Redman Bluff.

While the 1017 metre Summit of Redman Bluff is only 2.8km away from Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland, it is currently very inaccessible, with only the most experienced walkers being able to make it to the summit. There are no tracks. The way is difficult and dangerous. This has kept the Historic Summit Cairn (possibly dating back to the 1920's) safely hidden away.

Soon this will all change, once the Grampians Peaks Trail is constructed to traverse our section of the Mt William Range, taking in Redman Bluff as one of its major features.

This mountain is very special to us here at Grampians Paradise. For over 100 years it has looked down upon us (the Banfield Family - owners and operators of Grampians Paradise), with successive generations of the family being drawn to its magic. I'm sure it was a major attraction for Harry Hill Banfield, my Great Grand Father when he purchased the farm in 1911 (now the home of Grampians Paradise).

It is with great excitement that we greet the news that in the coming years, that those wanting to walk to the summit of Redman Bluff will be able to do so, but it also comes also with the fear that the isolation that has keep the historic summit cairn safe till now will be lost. We ask those visiting Redman Bluff summit in the future to respect the cairn, and the history it represents for us, and that Parks Victoria, the custodians of the Grampians National Parks does every thing in its power to protect this historic land mark.

This photo is of a camp was held on the site of Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland in 1928

Camping at the site of Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland has a long history. In 1928, a Nature Study Camp for school teachers (complete with tour manager, a competent chef and a botanist on staff) was organised by the Government Tourist Bureau through the railways. Participants came to Ararat by rail, and then were transported out to Redman Farm, to camp on what is now the Parkland Sites at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland. In our house are old pictures taken up on Long Gully Cliffs (Redman Bluff), that in times gone by, my father suggests may have adorned the railway carriages as proportions. My best guess is these picture were taken during an expedition to the Bluff from this camp, or in the lead up to it. While these photos do not show the area where the Redman Bluff Summit Cairn is, it is my best guess that that cairn dates to this time.

For more information and historic pictures of the 1928 Nature Study Camp, and our history leading up to our 100 years celebration on the 10th of April 2011 (including the first 21 years of Grampians Paradise) here is the link for our history story (50.7MB PDF)

History Book: The Story of the Banfield's 100 years at Redman Farm

Tom Banfield on the Farm Dam, where now Blue Lake, Grampians Paradise is

Picture from our history book: Tom Banfield, the founder of Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland, along with his brother Jim and sheep dog Victor on the farm dam (now much larger as the little lake at the bottom of Grampians Paradise.

The now missing summit cairn on Mt William Grampians National Park

A little more history: Alice Banfield (my Grandmother) and Zoe Banfield (my great Aunt) on the Mt William Summit Cairn (highest point of the Grampians National Park). This picture was taken in 1963. Some time after this, but before my memories start, this cairn was demolished. Of this historic structure only the commemorative plaque now remains on the summit.

 

Current pictures

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Grampians Paradise

There are both shady and sunny parkland sites with views of the mountains at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland

Parkland Sites with mountain view
(Petty much the same view in the star photo above, but this time by daylight).

Kangaroo with joey in pouch at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland

Kangaroo & Joey in the campground

Retro and vintage onsite caravan accomidation at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland

Retro 6, 4 & 3 berth onsite caravans

Our resident Blue Wrens

Campsites under shady trees

"Koala" our 1950's 3 berth vintage onsite caravan at Grampians Paradise camping and Caravan Parkland

Retro 1950's 3 berth onsite caravan

Beautiful Native Flowers

 

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Check Availability or Book Now

For the first time ever (at 9:00am 14th April 2022), it is now possible to book a stay at Grampians Paradise online. The online booking page has pictures of each site and onsite caravan and a detailed description including size, what would fit on the site, whether the site is shady or sunny and more. It is possible to check availability for given dates. If you proceed to make a booking, the way we have set up the booking portal, it will provide you with additional information and questions that will help you choose a site or onsite caravan that could work really well for you. Please take the time to read the information provided.

If you prefer talking with someone, or having difficulties with the online booking page we are very happy to answer your questions by phone or to do a phone booking with you. You can contact us on (03)53566309 or by email or use our Enquiry Form.

Also please take advantage of the information and view the pictures on our Website - it is really helpful for working out if Grampians Paradise is your ideal destination and includes a really helpful site map.

Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland offers:
Large Grassed Sites, Mountain Views, Shady Trees, and Lots of Space.
Facilities include hot showers, children's bathroom, accessible bathroom with toilet and shower and camp kitchen.

Kangaroos on the Parkland Camping Sites at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland

We are 750 metres off the edge of the Grampians National Park, under its highest mountains, just 15 minutes drive south south-east of Halls Gap at 443 Long Gully Rd Pomonal 3381, Victoria, Australia.

Update - 10.00pm Thursday 9th June 2022:


Queens Birthday (June) Long Weekend: We have sites available for the June Long Weekend: there is currently a choice of sites available, and these can be viewed on our online booking system, where there are photos and information about each site. Please feel welcome to call us or email us for further information or to book over the phone.

Easter 2023 is likely to book out 6 to 10 months in advance. Our booking diary is currently open for Easter 2023 with a range of sites still available at this stage. Check Availability or Book Now

We have Vacancies for:
For all weeks we have vacancies for powered and unpowered sites and on some nights onsite caravans.
To check which sites are available, please contact us by phone, email or online enquiry.

Please note that unless we have existing bookings on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, we are closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays outside of Victoria school holidays and long weekends,
to facilitate the opportunities of an "exclusive stay". This enables you to camp in the campground without other campers, it is a fantastic opportunity for groups or those wishing to experience the tranquil nature of a quiet campground. More information on Exclusive Stays to follow soon. Please feel welcome to call us to discuss this option.

 

From Monday 27th December 2021, a new pricing structure has been applied. Larger sites (both powered and unpowered) now include 3, 4 or 5 people in the site price. There are also some sites that include 2 people in the site price.
Our Onsite Caravan prices have been revised on the 24th February 2022 and now have a minimum of a 2 night stay outside of long weekends and school holidays. Longer minimum stays in onsite caravans at some peak times applies.
For details see the Tariff Page.

Also from Monday 27th December 2021, stays at peak times now have a minimum number of nights (a Minimum Stay), instead of the previous "Minimum Fees" pricing system for peak times.
For details see the Tariff Page.

 

After 32 years since the start of Grampians Paradise, we have made the decision to limit our total of number of guest to around 90 people instead of the traditional 180 people for Easter and other busy times. This gives an incredibly spacious feel, the chance to see kangaroos in the camping ground in the evenings, the sounds of native birds during the day and so much more space for our guests about the camping ground. This however means we will book out much, much sooner for long weekends and school holidays. Please make plans way ahead for your Grampians stay and holiday times and book now so that are able to secure a space.

Autumn School Holidays 2022: We have vacancies for powered and unpowered sites.

If you are wanting to book for the remaining available nights during the Autumn School Holidays, please book as soon as possible as sites are disappearing fast - particularly for the Anzac Day long weekend.

Anzac Day long weekend 2022: We are now fully booked for the Friday and Saturday night for the Anzac Day long weekend.

Queens Birthday Day long weekend 2022: We have vacancies for powered and unpowered sites and onsite caravans.

While we still have a good range of sites available for the Queens Birthday long weekend, please do leave making your booking until the last minute. This will improve the chances of you getting the site you want.

Winter School Holidays 2022: We have vacancies for powered and unpowered sites and onsite caravans.

This is the one holiday period of the year where you can be confident of still having sites available for a last minute booking. While there is an increased chance of rain during winter, it is only a small number of days per week where any rain falls. A booking made in the week before your arrival would give you a chance to check the weather outlook for "Pomonal" and pick the good days. It's a great time of year for walking or longer hikes. If you are lucky and strike the right day, the best light of the year for photography occurs in our location during winter.

Spring School Holidays 2022: Including AFL long weekend and S.A. Labour Day long weekend.
We have vacancies for powered and unpowered sites and onsite caravans.

While we still have lots of sites available for the Spring School Holidays, please consider making a booking now to avoid missing out. They can disappear fast and a long way in advance.

Melbourne Cup long weekend 2022: We have vacancies for powered and unpowered sites and onsite caravans.

Melbourne Cup long weekend (first Tuesday in November) is a very popular long weekend. With the maximum number of guest we are taking in 2022 reduced to half of that of previous years, we are likely to book out months in advance. If at all possible, please book now to avoid missing out.

Summer Holidays 2022 - 2023: We have vacancies for powered and unpowered sites and onsite caravans.

We are already getting lots of enquiries for all of the summer holiday, right from mid December 2022 to the end of January 2023. We always book out in advance for the summer holidays and all the shady sites can be booked out months in advance. To make sure you get your choice of site(s), particularly if you are after good shade from the trees planted by our family over the last 90 years, please consider booking as soon as you are able to work out your holiday leave.

 

Current Covid-19 restrictions are now much reduced (January 2022) All our facilities (excluding the campsite lounge room) are now open to all our guests.

We have showers with hot and cold water, flushing toilets, drinking water tap and dishwashing sinks that are open and available for use. There are however still some restrictions. The camp kitchen is open but the Hub (campsite lounge room) is closed to guests.

We are currently here on site (we live here) and are able to take bookings for future camping trips. Please feel welcome to call us and discuss your plans or make a booking.

 

For sizes of the sites, and the site map see SITE MAP & THE SIZES OF SITES page.

To enquire about prices, or to make a booking, for any long weekend, please contact us as soon as possible, by email, phone or (on-line enquiry). Giving me a call is great way to get information on availability, and set up a booking. If I don't answer please leave a message (sometimes I'm not able to answer the phone for a little bit). I will give you a call back soon as I'm able to. If the phone rings out please try again in 10 or 15 minutes, it is also ok to call me in the early evening.

Also while we endeavour to get back to your online enquires and emails within the half day, sometimes there are so many enquiries it may take a couple of days. You are more than welcome to follow up with a phone call if you want to get get things happening faster.

Kind regards Aidan Banfield

North Valley (NV) site currently not available:

While the Fox Maple School of Traditional Building Workshop (21st to 30th October 2018) is now in the past, for the time being, the North Valley Site (NV) is not available, as the timber framed bridge we built during the workshop is now sitting on the NV site, until we lift it onto its foundation over Valley Lake.

For more information on the Grampians Paradise October 2018 Fox Maple Timber Framing Workshop (and photos from the Spring 2017 workshop held in Maine, USA), and the Timber Framers Gathering Weekend (that was held on the 27th and 28th October 2018) go to www.grampiansparadise.com.au/timberframing

Camping and Caravanning is different things to different people:

If you are after large, grassy sites, spread out spaciously in a beautiful setting, some with views of the mountains, some amongst the big trees and some with views over our little lakes and wetland ponds, and some basic facilities (showers with hot and cold water, flushing toilets, dish washing sinks, a centralised treated drinking water tap and very basic camp kitchen), then Grampians Paradise could be just what you are looking for.

Some people are after other things. Here's a list of what we don't have, to help you work out if would enjoy a stay at Grampians Paradise.

Not supplied: No potable water to the sites, no sullage at sites, no concrete pads for caravans, no dump point for toilet waste, no street lights or paved roads, no playground (just lots of space for play), no shop (The Grampians Store is 10 minutes drive away, where there is Petrol, Diesel and Ice) and no wifi (Telstra, Optus and only some Vodafone's have data and call coverage in the camping ground). There are 4 km of gravel roads into Grampians Paradise.

There is, however, TV reception if you have a TV. Our camp kitchen does not have a microwave or an oven.

We do however have lots of native birds and animals around, some of the best views of the Grampians and we never let our parkland grounds get crowded, Even at the busiest times.

No Pets

Unfortunately we are not able to have guests bring their pets with them to stay at Grampians Paradise.

Also it is worth knowing that the Grampians National Park is place where pets are not permitted.

If you are looking for a Grampians caravan park that allows dogs, try calling the Halls Gap Visitor Information Centre.

 

Very old and large River Red Gum trees by moon light and under the stars on Redman Farm, also the home of Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland

Dark Sky's, bright stars and beautiful moon light. Grampians Paradise is an ideal location for a base for night time photography.
Aidan Banfield at the camera working on a night time-lapse. Photo by Michael Uthe.

 

Kahuna and Heartworks Lomi Lomi massage, Sound Therapy with Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls and Pelvic Trauma Therapy/Gentling Way Techniques at Grampians Paradise.

Innerji Sound and Massage offers Kahuna and Heartworks Lomi Lomi massage and quartz crystal singing bowls therapy at Grampians Paradise

Nessa (Vanessa Beckitt) brings some great bodywork to Grampians Paradise - you can have a massage without having to drive anywhere! As Aidan's wife, Nessa is involved with campground tasks part of the time, and also enjoys spending time working with quartz crystal singing bowls, qigong, bodywork and healing.

Our massage studio is tucked away in the camping ground, despite being fairly close to the office, you can enter through the doorway and forget the concept of time and the stresses of the busy world. It really feels like a world away from everything.

In September 2016 Nessa travelled to Queensland to extend her Kahuna Massage Skills on a Level 6 and Level 7 Kahuna Massage training retreat, and now offers Kahuna Massage, Heartworks Lomi Lomi and Arvigo Mayan Abdominal Therapies® as well as Crystal Sound Therapy and Sound Spas using the Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls within the Innerji Sound and Massage Studio room. Nessa is also an accredited Remedial Massage Therapist with MMA. During the COVID Lockdown of 2020 Nessa has been training with The Gentling Way Pelvic Therapies as well as graduating as an Open Sky Qigong Facilitator. Appointments are required in advance by private arrangement. Please note that Nessa does travel for professional development and to see family in Tasmania, so please check her availability when booking if you are keen to have a massage during your stay.

For information on Kahuna Massage, Arvigo®, Heartworks Lomi Lomi and other therapies offered by Nessa at Innerji Sound and Massage see http://www.innerjisoundandmassage.com.au/page3.html
and this really great video demonstration - Kahuna Massage demonstrated by High Spirits Retreat / Mette's Institute , from where Vanessa has completed her Kahuna massage training.

We also have a discount for Kahuna Massage for Guests of Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland (campers must be booked in for a minimum of one night in the camping ground) which gives discount for Kahuna Massage treatment on any day of the week between 9am and 5pm - Camping Guest Special*. If you wish to take up this offer, please let us know when you make a booking at Grampians Paradise or let us know at Innerji Sound and Massage so that we can make sure there is a time available for you. Please note that we recommend making a booking in advance as we cannot guarantee that there will be availability for walk-ins.

*Specials operate independently of each other - only one discount can be selected per session. Sorry, but Remedial Massage is not included in any of the discounts or specials.

Vanessa Beckitt is a qualified Remedial Therapist registered with MMA (previously AAMT) for Health Fund Rebates and is trained to level 7 in Kahuna Massage.

Please contact us to confirm availability for a given date.

Nessa (Vanessa) Beckitt, Aidan Banfield and our two adult sons are the family that are your hosts at Grampians Paradise. If you are lucky you may get to meet Tom and Aileen Banfield, Aidans parents. Tom established the Campground originally.

 

lakeside powered camping site at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland

Early morning light and green grassy sites by our little Blue Lake. This is Lakeside 3 (L3) a Lakeside Powered Site suitable for camper trailers, tents and small or mid sized caravans.

Grampians Paradise hosted a 10 day Traditional Timber Framing Workshop 21st to 30th October 2018:

Before bolts, screws and nails, building were made of large timber beams and post held together by joinery - tenons and mortises held in place by timber pins. While there are very few examples of this style of Traditional Timber Buildings in Australia, around the world buildings using the traditional style of timber construction have stood for hundreds of years, some even close to 1000 years.

In the last 30 to 40 years there has been a revival in Traditional Timber Framing in America, England and Europe. Grampians Paradise now has the pleasure of hosting one of the great teachers of this revival, Steve Chappell, for the next of his "Fox Maple's World Tour Traditional Timber Framing Workshops". The workshop is intensive, includes both theory and practical hands on learning, using both traditional hand and modern powered carpentry tools, while working on a large scale timber frame project.

The workshop started early on Sunday 21st October and came to a close late on Tuesday 30th October 2018
For more information and pictures see www.grampiansparadise.com.au/timberframing

Interested in reading more? Steve hosts workshops around the world, so for more information go to Fox Maples School of Traditional Building and Registration Form

10 day Tradistional Timber Framing Workshop to be be held in October 2018 at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland

Information on the above photos:
Top left: Traditional 2 story timber frame built in the Spring 2017 Workshop at Fox Maples Maine, USA campus. This was the 35th Anniversary Year of Fox Maple Workshops.
Top right: Course participants assembling the frame they had cut - Spring 2017.
Bottom Right: The Dining Hall at Fox Maples Maine, USA campus - the frame was cut and raised by students in the June 1997 introductory and advanced workshops.
Photos taken by Aidan Banfield while attending the introductory and advanced workshops in USA - Spring 2017

 

Reman Bluff, one of the Grampians National Park's highest mountains refected in Blue Lake at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland

Looking for a place to stay in the Grampians, Victoria, Australia?

If you drive via Redman Rd through the avenue of trees and along the 4 kilometres of gravel road, you'll find Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland, with the opportunity to escape wifi and technology and lose yourself in nature . Grampians Paradise is nestled on the eastern side of the Grampians National Park with views of its highest mountain, Mt William and Redman Bluff (3rd highest peak) and surrounded by the seasonal Redman Bluff Wetlands (spring time is amazing for the wetlands and Grampians Waterfalls).

We invite you to be our guests and to enjoy a relaxing holiday at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland, with large grassed spacious sites with shady trees (some sites are shady, some are sunny and some have amazing views of the mountains).

We are outside the crowded tourist area, with beautiful views of the mountains and surrounding countryside, but within easy reach of the popular Grampians attractions and Halls Gap (15 minute drive to the Gap).

We believe in the quality of natural experience. Our water comes from the small lakes above the camping ground which are feed by mountain streams, and often our water has the tannin content loved by makers of whiskey and without the chlorine of town water supply.

Our water is heated traditionally by a wood fired boiler which gains solar boost during sunny days.

With the spacious powered sites and unpowered sites taking some of the best locations within our parkland, we differ from most other tourist parks in that there are no rows of cabins interrupting the views of the grounds and surrounds. The small number of period style (vintage and retro) onsite caravans are scattered about the camping ground and within easy reach of the amenities and other basic facilities.

We trust you will enjoy the peace and tranquility of camping in our beautiful parkland, with some sites overlooking our small lake. The camping ground is also surrounded by wetlands that are the home of many native Australian animals and birds.

Many of the spacious grassed camping areas are shaded by tall trees and "bush garden areas", some with beautiful Australian native flowers, which attract a myriad of native birds and animals. Kangaroos are often seen about the camping ground in the evening and night time.

There are only a very few other area's in all the places I have visited with as many birds (both in total numbers per hectare, and numbers of species - over 100 different species recorded) than here at Grampians Paradise.

The Parkland Sites (P1 to P12) are the ones that have great views of the Grampians Mountains.

While we will not suit everyone, if you are after a camping ground, or a place to stay with a tent, camper trailer, caravan, camper van or motor home, that has a few more facilities than a National Park camping ground, but not the development and "mini" suburb feel of a big commercial caravan park, then we feel you will love Grampians Paradise.

Your hosts,

Aidan Banfield & Vanessa Beckitt.

 

Kangaroos grazing right beside the lakeside powered camping sites at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland

Kangaroos grazing in the early morning in front of our little lake, right beside the Lakeside Powered Sites.

 

Sunrise on the Grampians mountains from Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland

Sunrise on the cliffs of Redman Bluff reflected in the waters of Observatory Lake, one of thirty wetland ponds of the Redman Bluff Wetlands that surround three side of Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland.

Grampians Paradise Site Map (this map is accurate to scale).

All of our sites have something special about them. It might be they are shady, or are big, by our lake, have a fire place (available for use in late autumn, winter and spring) or have great views of the mountains.

This map is to scale, and some of the sites are huge. South 7 (S7) for example is 18 by 10 metres in size (180 square metres). Even North 3 (N3) is 8 by 9 metres in size.

To help you select your site we have two list with photos. For these lists go to Sites by Location or Area or Sites by Classification or Type (each type of site has a different price to other types - see the tariff page).

Site Map showing powered and unpowered sites for caravans, motor homes, camper trailors and tents at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland