Details on 126 campsites within 100km of Macalister River,

Macalister River Campground

Last Updated Nov 2014 | Originally suggested by Peter

Macalister River has toilets Macalister River has water available Macalister River has picnic fireplaces There are picnic tables available at Macalister River Macalister River has picnic tables You can go fishing at Macalister River You are able to canoe in Macalister River Pets allowed in Macalister River

An extended, open, level, well grassed (slashed) reserve along the Macalister River.

Overlooked by the Licola Rd. Faces steep rocky, forested hills. Some shade provided by a few tall Gippsland Red Gums and Southern Blue Gums.

Rated 3.6/5

Facilities and activities at Macalister River

Number of sites:


Camping Fees:

Free Camping.


This is a free camping area.

How to book:

First in, best dressed.


Flushing Toilets


Pets are allowed with conditions

Water Availability:

Non-potable water may be available. Boil all water for at least 10 minutes before drinking.

Camp fires:

There are no built fireplaces in this camp ground, however it may be permisable to have a camp fire under certain conditions. Please check local fire restrictions and rules before lighting fires.


No bbqs are provided.


This campsite is near a river or creek that has swimming holes.


There are fishing spots at or near this campsite.

Picnic Tables:


Horse Riding:
Canoeing / Kayaking:

There are canoeing and kayaking spots at or near this campsite

Location information for Macalister River


This site is accessable by caravans in good weather.

Getting there

From Heyfield: north 32.5k on the Licola Rd [C486], on the right just before the Macalister River Bridge. Signed rest area

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