Wingan Inlet Campground - Croajingolong National Park

West Wingan Rd, Off Princess Hwy, Cann River, VICTORIA View Map

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Welcome to Wingan Inlet Campground - Croajingolong National Park. We are situated in Cann River, Victoria.
Some of our key features include: BBQ area, laundry facilities and more…
We have accommodation available to suit all holiday makers; you won’t be disappointed.
This park is perfect for overnight stays and travellers of all ages. We hope you enjoy your holiday whether it be a short stay or a getaway Wingan Inlet Campground - Croajingolong National Park is the ideal place for you to visit. Stop and take the time out to absorb the surroundings and great atmosphere.
Come stay relax and enjoy!

*Bush walks

*Seal Colony nearby
*Large springfield lake (Freshwater)

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  • No Pets Allowed
  • BBQ Area
  • Sites Available for Short Stay
  • Hot showers
  • Washing Machines
  • Dryers
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Wingan Inlet Campground - Croajingolong National Park

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  • Ian Feb 2015

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    Have just spent an enjoyable three nights at Wingan Inlet, relaxing, walking and kayaking. Saw many people blow in for the night, camp and clear off quickly in the morning, including a group of NSW off road motor bike riders who camped in the bushwalkers area. They were very quiet and considerate fellows who did not disturb anyone. Have made the assumption that many are not paying in advance for their stay. Can't really blame them as mid $30 a night is a bit steep. Did not see a ranger, so as is the norm, the honest pay, while the others don't give a damn! However, money does appear to be a problem for Parks Victoria, as only three out of four toilets were in operation. Apparently, one was full, so door locked and would not be pumped out till another was also full. Made it difficult, as the other toilet was the most popular, as it didn't stink like the two near the information board. The jetty is taped off with do not use signs as it is derelict. Word was that Parks does not plan to replace it. Sad state of affairs.

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