Our pick and recommendations of some of the best camp sites and areas to stay in our Gypsy wagons.
1. Farm Stay
This beautiful property is located in Boneo nestled in the foot hills of the Morningtion Peninsula and is only a hop, skip or jump to all the attritions the area has to offer. Down the road from Greens Bush Park, this property is full of native wild live and farm animals. Even in the busiest times of the year, this site will always feel like your far away from it all but with the advantage of being right on the door step.
- Privet facilities and site
- Powered Site
- Beautiful area / quiet area / shaded
- Short drive to shops, Hot Springs, Parks and Beach
*To book add to cart upon check out
2. Balnarring Foreshore Camp Ground
Balnarring foreshore camp ground is another great location. The sites are nestled into the native vegetation and provide shade during those hot summer afternoons. Its located 10min down the road from Balnarring shops, but is out of the hustle and bustle of the town and main roads. Its a short walk through the camp ground to the beach and the facility blocks, BBQ and picnic area are well maintained.
- More private than other camp ground
- Powered Sites and non Powered available
- Shaded areas
- Walk to the beach & coffee shop
- Close to shops, wineries and restaurants
3. Shoreham Foreshore Reserve
It has to be said the views are incredible. Staying on the cliff top over looking the beach in the gorgeous location is pretty special (picture taken from a camp site we set up on). This camp ground is quiet and there is no tolerances for noisy campers so it makes for a lovely retreat for us quieter folk. The sites are not powered so this camp ground is suited for those of us that want to unplug and unwind. Its not an easy camp ground to book due to demanded but well worth it if you can. We suggest booking as early as you can.
- More private than other camps & quiet
- Walk to the beach
- Ocean views on some sites, trees for shade
4. Point Leo
Point Leo foreshore camp ground has a lovely communal atmosphere and is family orientated. There are limited sites with power but normally pretty easy to get into during non peak times. You can walk to the beach and get a coffee on your way at the little local shop. Its a short drive to Balnarring shops, restaurants and wineries.
- Open camp sites with tall trees
- Powered &non powered sites
- Family atmosphere
- Camping is next to the beach
Handy tip use a computer to book and you
can choose your camp site
5. Camron's Bight / White Cliffs
Cameron's Bight & White Cliffs are the quieter camp grounds along the front bay (Port Phillip) and are part of of Rye and Blairgowrie. Camping on the foreshore with the main road (Point Nepean) adjacent to the camp site, you will be in the middle of all the goings on of the town and shops. Drive or walk to the shops, enjoy the bay and views from your site. Great to enjoy with friends or family. Keep in mind the road and jet skis will be going in peak seson.
- Beach side camping sites
-Powered & non powered
-Close to the shops / main street
6. Hip Camp
Hip camp is a great website to find a private site on the Mornington Peninsula. There are quite a few popping up and they offer some lovely spaces and some even let you take your dog friends to! They offer flexible check ins check outs and the ones I've been to have been fantastic. Good things to check are if they are powered and what facilities do they offer. there no toilet in the wagons!