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Find the best Victoria camping sites near French Island for national park camping trips.
Victoria may be one of the smaller states in Australia, but it is home to many amazing places. There are incredible holiday destinations in Victoria, like Gippsland, Daylesford, the Yarra Valley, Phillip Island, the Great Ocean Road, Grampians National Park...well, you get the picture. Victoria is home to amazing wineries and vineyards, beautiful national parks, scenic drives, stunning beaches, and so much more. While the capital city, Melbourne, is full of sights and attractions, it’s Victoria’s great outdoors that holds our attention. From the countryside to the coast, you can find the best places to go glamping. Victoria camping trips are a breeze to plan when you book with Glamping Hub. Let us help get you outdoors for your next holiday and book one of our amazing glamping accommodations. A great weekend getaway from Melbourne, for example, is French Island. Camping accommodations on the Mornington Peninsula or Phillip Island accommodation would be the perfect home base for exploring the island. You can even find places to go camping on French Island! This secluded and unspoiled island in Western Port Bay is a great place to get away from the city and enjoy nature.
Go glamping! Victoria camping spots around French Island make it easy to explore the national park.
French Island camping: Victoria glamping getaways
Forget about expensive Melbourne hotels. Melbourne accommodation can’t compare to the glamping sites you can find here. If you love camping, Victoria accommodation on Phillip Island or the Mornington Peninsula is the perfect way to get outdoors and explore French Island and French Island National Park. Located in Western Port Bay, two-thirds of French Island is covered by French Island National Park and the northern shore is protected as the French Island Marine National Park. To access French Island, you’ll have to take the Stony Point ferry, which is only about 15 minutes. Once on the island, you can explore with a nature tour, hike in French Island National Park, or go cycling. Some of the most popular hikes include the Old Coast Road Track, which is 5 km, the West Coast Wetlands Walking Track, which is almost 10 km, and the Fairhaven Northern Beach Walk, which is 4 km. When it comes to secluded camping in Victoria, there are few places as easily accessible and as quiet as French Island. Plan the best weekend getaways near Melbourne and go national park camping. French Island adventures are just a click away!