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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

Where we are - address and location map

Link to Google Maps showing our location: 443 Long Gully Rd, Pomonal, Victoria, Australia


watching male eastern grey kangaroos fight on an Exclusive Wildlife Stay at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland

Watching kangaroos on a Wildlife Stay


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

Mt William - Grampians National Park

You're welcome to call us on:

(03) 5356 6309

Or if you prefer by email:




When you contact us by email


(or the - inquiry form - ),


if at all possible please provide a phone number so we can follow up after sending an email to you. Unfortunately as many as 1 in 5 of our first response emails are ending up in people junk or spam folders.


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

Pictured: part of Redman Bluff Wetlands, an easy walk from Grampians Paradise.


Current News:

New Experienced Launched

To Discover about our Grampians Paradise Exclusive Wildlife Stays follow this link to find out more:


For additional news on vacancies for peak times, or current events or things of interest see this space on our home page.


Past events

Traditional wood Frame Workshop

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

In October 2018 Grampians Paradise hosted the Fox Maple's World Tour of Traditional Timber Framing Workshops here at Grampians Paradise.

This 10 day workshop included both theory and practical hands on learning while working on a large scale traditional timber frame project. During the project we built the frame of a timber bridge that will eventually even have a roof.


For more information and pictures see the Page:

Timber Framing Workshop Oct 2018


@wetlandscreations on Facebook


Canoeing on our Blue Lake

Time to relax



Wildlife Stays:

What Are Exclusive Wildlife Stays at Grampians Paradise ?

Exclusive Wildlife Stay participants watching the nearby Eastern Grey Kangaroos at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland

An Exclusive Wildlife Stay at Grampians Paradise, is where you get the best possible opportunity to experience seeing the private lives of the native Australian birds and animals within the grounds and surrounding ecosystem of Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland.


For more information on Exclusive Wildlife Stays see the following landing Pages:

Exclusive Wildlife Stays Info. page


Wildlife Stays Welcome Package

Additional information:

Stories from some of those who have experienced an Exclusive Wildlife Stay

The History of the creation of a wildlife haven at Grampians Paradise

and the story page:

A letter to David Attenborough about our wildlife and the letter David Attenborough sent Back

Exclusive Wildlife Stays
Discovery Phone Call

You are welcome to make a phone call and talk with me Aidan Banfield to discover more about our

Exclusive Wildlife Stays

We can talk about anything that you are wondering about our Exclusive Wildlife Stays. I love talking about our native Australian animals and birds, our created ecosystem and how we can tailer an Exclusive Wildlife Stay to work for you and your family or small group.

If want to call from overseas, or out of standard business hours, please send an email to arrange a time.

(or you can use the - inquiry form - ,
by putting in the "Special Needs / Requirements" field "arrange a time for a discovery call for an Exclusive Wildlife Stay" or something to that effect.)

Ph +61353566309

Phone calls are also welcome to make an Exclusive Wildlife Stay booking.

Aidan Banfield of Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland out beside one of the ponds of Redman Bluff Wetlands (which he build beside the camping ground), holding the winers certificate for the Green Parks Award from the Victorian Caravan Parks Association.

In 2022 Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland won the 2022 Elizabeth White Green Park Award

In 2022 Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland won the 2022 Elizabeth White Green Park Award in recognition of a significant contribution to the establishment and growth of environmental practises in a member caravan park.



For lots more current pictures, videos and reviews see our Facebook Page

Even if you don't use Facebook you can view the content on our Facebook page by clicking on the "Grampians Paradise Caravan park" link below.


"Like" Us on Facebook

If you want to keep up to date with news about Grampians Paradise, please "Like" Grampians Paradise, and then keep liking or sharing our posts. Once “Liked”, when we put posts up of any updates, pictures or news at Grampians Paradise they will appear on your facebook news feed (so long as you keep interacting with our page by liking or sharing posts).


What is An Exclusive Wildlife Stay? Find out on the Exclusive Wildlife Stays Information Page...

If you prefer talking with someone, or you are 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.

Work in the Grampians at Grampians Paradise

Opportunities for work do pop up from time to time here at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland.
If you are interested in either short or long term casual work please feel welcome to contact us.

We are looking for people who enjoy working in a diverse work environment, that is largely outdoors and covering a wide range of tasks in an exceptionally beautiful setting where people come from all over the world to experience the Grampians National Park, and what we have to offer.

Not only will you be working about our native wildlife, and helping us run an environmentally sustainable camping ground, you will also be interacting with our guests. This is a really fun part of the job, as we have guests representing many cultures and an incredible diversity of camping styles from ultra basic swags and small tents to camper trailers and luxury caravans.

Grampians Paradise is down 4 kilometres of gravel road (30 minutes for Stawell and Ararat), and in an area with little light pollution, so is we get some amazing starry skies.

We are a family run and owned camping ground, which has been open to the general public since 28th December 1989 (many camps have been held on property before this going right back to 1929). Our team consists of members of 3 generations at present plus other staff that are present at times.


Aerial photo taken from a Hot Air Balloon of Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland

WWOOF with us at Grampians Paradise

We are also hosts within the Willing Workers on Organic Farms (WWOOF) orgaisation.

Wwoofing is an exchange of accommodation for work. An example of this is 3 hours work helping us with camping ground and projects (particularly outdoors) per day in exchange for each days accommodation.

There is lots of information on the Wwoof Australia website, and if you decide you would like to come wwoofing at Grampians Paradise, you will need to join Wwoofing (a small annual fee applies to be a member of Wwoofing Australia)

If you are interested in Wwoofing at Grampians Paradise send us an email, and we can let you know if we have opportunities available at the time you are looking at.


Extra Information:

For more information about what we are like, the things there are to see in our area, and some of the projects we are undertake see the other pages on this website, as well as:

The Grampians Paradise Facebook page

The Grampians Paradise Instagram page

My (Aidan Banfield) Wetlands Creations facebook Page for information on our traditional timber framing projects.

Information about Innerji Sound and Massage, which is Nessa's Natural Therapy Studio (at Grampians Paradise)

Innerji Sound and Massage facebook

For more about Grampians Paradise, these is lots of information and pictures on the website.



Terms and conditions for bookings and stays at Grampians Paradise
in addition to those listed on the Exclusive Wildlife Stays - Cancellation Policy page:


Follow these links for information on:

Exclusive Wildlife Stays information page,
and the Exclusive Wildlife Stays Welcome Package where there is more detailed information.

Stories from some of those who have experienced an Exclusive Wildlife Stay

The History of the Creation of a wildlife haven at Grampians Paradise

More pictures and information of our wildlife, native birds and their home, our created Redman Bluff Wetlands

and the story page about my letter to David Attenborough and the letter he sent in reply

Sorry no Pets.

Rates effective 1/3/2022 (Including rates for Exclusive Wildlife Stays) and subject to change without notice.

There is some important and really useful additional informational that you need to read before making a booking to stay at Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland in our Terms and Conditions. We have written and formatted our terms and conditions so that they are easy to read and understand. The terms and conditions information includes information on how you can pay, deposits, what to do if you need to cancel or change the details of your booking, night time noise restrictions after 11:00pm, when and where you can have camp fires and lots of other useful information. Click here to read our terms and conditions.


Grampians Paradise offers a retreat from the pressures of busy life — a place to relax and to relate to a rich and varied country environment. You can take time to sit and enjoy the views of lakes and mountains and listen to and watch the native Australian birds and animals.