Old school campground fun – with ‘million dollar views’ of the Gariwerd / Grampians National Park – is waiting for you at Grampians Edge Caravan Park.

Quick Overview 

Grampians Edge Caravan Park is located in the Northern Grampians in Victoria. The drive from Melbourne to Grampians Edge Caravan Park takes about 3 hours to complete.

The nostalgia of the ‘good old days’ of camping are what Steve and Jen Vines have created at the Grampians Edge Caravan Park. Leave your devices and socials at home and enjoy bike riding, yabbie days, big screen movie nights, damper making and live music.

Add to this the adventure playground of Gariwerd / Grampians National Park and you’ve got yourself a holiday worth writing home (on pen and paper) about.

Update: The marlin hidden at Grampians Edge Caravan Park has been found!

Explore the other campgrounds for your chance to win a whopping $10,000 BCF Voucher thanks to our mates at Great Northern Brewing Co!*


Mackenzie’s Falls

The Details


Grampians Edge Caravan Park is located at 20 Krause Road, Dadswells Bridge in the Northern Grampians. Access is via the Western Highway.



  • Swimming pool
  • Fully enclosed camp kitchen
  • Recreation room
  • Tennis courts
  • Two BBQ areas
  • Playground
  • Toilet and shower facilities


Camping Options

Type of camping available:

  • Cabins
  • Powered campsites
  • Unpowered campsites


  • Cabin prices start from $80 per couple, per night
  • Powered sites start from $32 per couple, per night
  • Unpowered sites start from $14 per person, per night


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Things To Do

At The Campground

  • Get involved in some camp cooking and damper making
  • Go fishing or yabbying
  • Cool off with a dip in the pool
  • Set yourself up with a chair, a Great Northern and views of the mountains


Preparing a campfire by the dam


Adventures Close By

  • Take your pick of the rock climbing and bouldering sites within a short drive of the caravan park
  • Explore local trails around Mura Mura (Mt Zero) Gunigalg (Mt Stapylton), and Wudjub-gayan (Hollow Mountain)
  • Chase winter waterfalls (Beehive Falls is a great one), or wildflowers in Spring
  • Walk sections of the 160km Grampians Peak Trail
  • Leave the bitumen behind for some 4WDing in the national park


View of Mt Stapylton Amphitheatre from the Lazy Mooneli Cave


Food & Drink Close By

Your Hosts

Jen and Steve Vines’ tree change moment came five years ago when they bought the Grampians Edge Caravan Park in Dadswell Bridge. They saw potential in the bushland setting surrounded by national park, with amazing panoramic views of the mountains. With a young family in tow and a love for hiking and the outdoors – this was the perfect spot to share with like-minded campers.

They kept the original feel of the park but added rustic touches to revisit the fun they had whilst camping as kids. For Jen and Steve the joy is in sharing this atmosphere they’ve created, as well as sharing their ‘million dollar views’. When it’s quiet, they relish family time and being so close to the hikes and 4WD tracks on their doorstep.

They’re also not afraid of a dress up party! The park’s second birthday under their watch was an ‘Aussie Bogan’ themed party with beer shirts and mullets as far as the eye can see. No doubt there was at least one rendition of Land Down Under played by the band during the celebrations as well.

HINT: Where’s the Marlin hidden?

With the views of Briggs Bluff, wet or dry, it’s only a hop or skip to find the treasure!

Where’s the best spot to drink a Great Northern?

Pull up a camp chair at the back of the park and take in the ‘million dollar views’ Steve and Jen are talking about with a brew in hand.

*AU res 18+ only. Starts 12.01am (AEST) on 28/04/2022, Ends 11.59pm (AEST) 08/05/22. Ts&Cs can be found here. Promoter: CUB Pty Ltd (ABN 76 004 056 106).

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