Camping

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Winton Wetlands camping is a great way to get away from it all. You can now stay on site  at our Mokoan camp grounds, overlook the water on the spectacular Mokoan Lunette.

Experience the breathtaking beauty of Winton Wetlands. At one with nature, you’ll have access to gorgeous sunrises and sunsets, plus all the bushwalking and birdwatching your heart could desire.

Our campsite options

We have a range of basic sites for you to choose from, starting at $20 per night at the Crescent Camp and ten great sites at the Nesting Ground.

Each site can accommodate a maximum of four adults.

The Nesting Ground campsites

  • Atop of Greens Hill
  • Beneath the Eagles Nest
  • One of the best sunset viewing spots
  • Direct access to the Woodland Walk and Greens Spit
  • 10 sites
  • Communal firepit
  • Toilet facilities
  • No showers
  • $20 per night

Crescent Camp

  • Set in the bushland of Bill Friday Swamp
  • Haven for kangaroo spotting
  • 3km from the Lunette Walk (4.2km to the Lunette Lookout)
  • Basic bush camping
  • Toilet facilities
  • No showers
  • $20 per night

Important information

Fire bans

When camping, you’ll need to adhere to fire bans that might be in place. Over summer, there are usually periods of total fire ban and during those times.

The CFA website has information about the different types of fire ban that might be in place.

Wildlife

This is bush camping, so you’ll see lots of wildlife. Please be aware that Winton Wetlands is home to snakes and spiders as well as birds, kangaroos and a wide range of other animals.

Safety with spiders and snakes

Pack a snakebite kit when you’re camping in the bush.

Read information about snakebite including first aid on the Australian Government’s HealthDirect website.

Here’s an interesting article from the ABC about snakes in Spring.