Successful Camping and Caravan grants

5 campgrounds and caravan parks were successful for multiple rounds of funding. Horsham, Chiltern, Corinella, Nelson, Mallacoota, Wycheproof

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The Camping and Caravan Grants project is part of the Victorian Government's $105.6 million Victoria’s Great Outdoors.

Since 2019, $6.6 million worth of grants between $5,000 and $200,000 have been awarded to support Crown Land Committees of Management (including councils and Traditional Owner groups) to provide quality and affordable visitor accommodation across Victoria’s coastline and diverse regional and rural areas.

Round 3 successful grants

Round 3 of the grants were awarded in October 2021, with $2.01 million allocated to 20 project across Victoria. This was the final round of the grants program.

ProjectRegion 2021/22 grant amount
Barwon Heads Caravan Park - toilet block upgrade Barwon South West $100,000
Portarlington Holiday Park– Installation of 3 eco units Barwon South West $93,590
KywongCaravan Park, Nelson Install shower block water tanks Barwon South West $71,390
Corinella Caravan Park – Cabin refurbishment Gippsland $20,190
Warragul Gardens Caravan Park - Facilities upgrade Gippsland $53,350
Mallacoota Foreshore Holiday Park – Upgrade recreational facilities next to viewing deck lookout Gippsland $28,563
Horsham Riverside Caravan Park – Amenity block upgrade Grampians $142,720
Blackwood Caravan Park – Amenities makeover Grampians $200,000
Lake Charlegrark Caravan Park – Camp kitchen upgrade Grampians $83,831
Oxley Recreation Reserve – Playground, camp kitchen and signage Grampians $48,000
Marysville Caravan and Holiday Park– Powering 11 sites and installation of camp kitchen BBQ and shelter Hume $61,849
Beechworth Lake Sambell Caravan Park – Multipurpose recreation building construction Hume $100,000
Lake Anderson Caravan Park Reserve Chiltern - Camp kitchen and amenities block upgrade Hume $80,000
Murchison Caravan Park Reserve – Camp kitchen equipment upgrading Hume $50,000
Harrietville Caravan Park – Rejuvenation and upgrades Hume $200,000
Gentle Annie Caravan and Camping Reserve – Upgrade existing ablution block Hume $200,000
Echuca Holiday Park (part of Victoria Park Echuca) – Amenities block renewal Loddon Mallee $200,000
Big Four Riverside Caravan Park, Swan Hill – Pontoon installation Loddon Mallee $27,980
Balnarring Foreshore (C Reserve) – C Reserve amenity refurbishment and camp kitchen Port Phillip $113,235
Point Leo Foreshore Park and Reserve – Changing places disabled facility and public toilets and kiosk Port Phillip $140,000 

For more information:

Camping and Caravan Grants round 3 - Funding Guidelines

Camping and Caravan Grants round 3 - Frequently Asked Questions

Round 2 successful grants

Round 2 of the grants was awarded in January 2021, with $2.06 million allocated to 19 projects across Victoria.

ProjectRegion2020/2021 grant amount
Port Campbell Recreation Reserve - PCRR camping ground levelling up projectBarwon South West$198,881
Kywong Caravan Park - Replace vinyl floor coverings in 9 cabins & outdoor furnitureBarwon South West$16,891
Dunkeld Caravan Park - Development of North East side of Caravan ParkBarwon South West$32,700
Corinella Caravan Park - Cabin refurbishmentGippsland$23,705
Walkerville Foreshore Camping Reserve - Construction of a camp kitchen shelterGippsland$33,040
Mallacoota Foreshore Holiday Park - Newbook self-service kiosksGippsland$9,900
Eagle Point Caravan Park – Self-serve kioskGippsland$9,900
Warracknabeal Caravan Park - Enhancing Warracknabeal Creekside camping assetGrampians$185,000
Horsham Riverside Caravan Park - Accessibility and environmental upgradesGrampians$113,352
Nhill Caravan Park amenities block refurbishmentGrampians$185,000
Stawell Grampians Gate Caravan Park upgrade - Stage 1Grampians$170,000
Mongans Bridge Camping Park - Amenities block upgrade to include disabled facilitiesHume$200,000
Colac Colac Caravan Park - Building the heart of Colac ColacHume$185,000
Chiltern Racecourse Recreation Reserve - Creating North East Victoria's Horse Camping CentreHume$195,000
Cohuna Waterfront Holiday Park - Power site upgradeLoddon Mallee$85,000
Lake Charm Foreshore Caravan Park - Amenities upgradeLoddon Mallee$150,000
Picnic Gully Campground - Improvement at La Larr Ba Gauwa ParkLoddon Mallee$200,000
Rejuvenating Wycheproof Caravan Park camp kitchenLoddon Mallee$46,630
Warburton Holiday Park - Power and reticulated water upgrade, and installation of indigenous heritage signagePort Phillip$21,921

Round 1 successful grants

Round 1 of the Camping and Caravan Grants was awarded in April 2020, with $2.5 million allocated to 25 upgrade projects across Victoria.



2019/2020 grant amount

Kywong Caravan Park - provide disabled facilities to shower/cabins and repaint camp kitchen

Barwon South West


Kennett River - Rhel Drain Upgrades

Barwon South West


Riverview Family Caravan Park - Bathroom Upgrade

Barwon South West


Lakes & Craters Holiday Park sewer connection project

Barwon South West


Corinella Foreshore Reserve - Safety and Amenities improvements



Seaspray Caravan Park - Fire hose reel and electrical substation upgrades



Minyip Caravan Park Upgrade



Lake Lascelles Campground - All Abilities Access



Johnny Mullagh Reserve Install New Playground



Dimboola Caravan Park - All-ability accessible amenities and facilities upgrade



Eskdale Caravan and Water Reserve Power Upgrade



Walwa Riverside Caravan and Camping Reserve - Fire safety compliance, camp kitchen extension, BBQ and Playground Installation



Porepunkah Bridge Holiday Park - Removal of Remaining Septic Tanks



Victoria Lake Caravan Park Refurbishment of existing amenity blocks



Gordon Park (Charlton) Caravan Park Amenity Block Rejuvenation

Loddon Mallee


Riverside Park aka Newbridge Recreation Reserve - Access Steps to Amenities

Loddon Mallee


Donald Lakeside Caravan Park Rejuvenation

Loddon Mallee


Robinvale Riverside Caravan Park Leisure Amenities

Loddon Mallee


Green Lake Caravan Park thrives as water flows back into lake

Loddon Mallee


Future proofing Tchum Lake Camping Ground

Loddon Mallee


Heathcote Queen Meadow Caravan Park installation of Fire Hose reels throughout the park

Loddon Mallee


Re-imagining Wycheproof Caravan park

Loddon Mallee


Lake Boga Caravan Park new ablutions facilities

Loddon Mallee


Lake Cullulleraine Caravan Park Amenity Upgrade

Loddon Mallee


Wooroonook Lakes Campground Expansion

Loddon Mallee


More information

Victoria’s Great Outdoors is boosting regional tourism and making it easier for Victorians to enjoy nature by investing $105.6 million in better walking trails, campgrounds, four-wheel drive tracks and visitor facilities.

To find out more, visit Victoria’s Great Outdoors or contact our team.