Emu Bight Campground

  • Unpowered Site

Pitch a tent or park a caravan or campervan at one of 20 unpowered sites nestled among vegetation. Campsites can accommodate up to six people per site. Bookings are required year-round.

A picnic shelter, tables, BBQs and fireplaces are scattered among the campground. Toilets are also available. Remember to bring your own firewood.

Take a short walk to Lake Victoria and stroll along the sandy shores or go for a swim. Set off in a kayak or canoe to explore the inland waterways.

Drive to the north-eastern end of the park and enjoy a picnic at Point Wilson. There are BBQs, a day shelter, untreated water and toilets. Walk along the jetty and admire the sparkling lakes.

The Gippsland Lakes are a haven for waterbirds. More than 190 species have been recorded in The Lakes National Park, including the rare White-bellied Sea-Eagle. See how many birds you can spot from the birdhide at Lake Killarney. Back at the campground, follow the walking track to Cygnet Swamp.

Lake Reeve is renowned for birdwatching and is listed under the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance (RAMSAR). Start at the Lookout Tower and take a 30-minute self-guided walk along the Nature Trail. Walk through a variety of habitats to the lake shore to see waterbirds feeding and roosting.

Take a day trip to Rotamah Island, accessible only by boat from Paynesville (6km) or Loch Sport (18km). Enjoy a picnic at Jetty Observatory and choose from a variety of walks that are great for birdwatching and scenic coastal views.

Facilities & Amenities

  • BBQ Area

  • Phone Reception

  • Suitable For Campervans

  • Suitable For Caravans

  • Suitable For Tents

  • Toilets

  • Water (Drinking Water)

  • Water (Non drinking)


  • No animals

  • No parties or events

  • No smoking



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