Jamieson's Track Bush Campground Campground

Last Updated Feb 2017 | Originally suggested by fauxverlocking

Jamieson's Track Bush Campground has picnic tables

Very few single-spot campsites. Basic bush camping- no facilities.

Although it's best accessed by a 4wd, you -can- reach the lower site with a regular car - just be prepared to get some momentum up before ascending the hill.

Two sites are only suitable for tents, with four more available for caravans. The sites start around 50m from the Great Ocean Road (around 70m from the beach) but sites are well sheltered from car noise.

Facilities and activities at Jamieson's Track Bush Campground

Number of sites:


Camping Fees:



This is a free camping area.

How to book:

Bookings are not taken at this campsite


No toilets available at this campsite


Not allowed

Water Availability:

No water available at this campsite

Camp fires:

No fires are permitted at this camp ground.


No bbqs are provided.


This campsite is near the ocean.


It is not known if there are any fishing spots near this campsite.

Picnic Tables:

Picnic tables are not provided at this camsite

Horse Riding:
Canoeing / Kayaking:

There is no canoeing or kayaking at or near this campsite

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Location information for Jamieson's Track Bush Campground

This campsite is in Great Otway National Park

Great Otway is a wonderfully diverse coastal National Park, stretching between Torquay and Princetown in Victoria.

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This site is accessable by caravans in good weather.

Getting there

Turn inland at the Jamieson Track 11kms from Lorne and 5kms from Wye River on the Great Ocean Road. First campsite is around 50m from the road.

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