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Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland is located below the hightest peaks of the Grampians National Park Grampians Paradise offers large grassed shady and sunny sites with or without power
	Grampians Paradise camping and caravan parkland Photo of Mt William taken above Grampains Paradise from a hot air balloon

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Camping Sites overlooking Blue Lake and Reman Bluff Wetlands at Grampians Paradise

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Rustic setting

Wetlands

Birds

Tranquility

 

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Reviews from our visitors book

"Thanks Aidan.
Just to inform you that my friends and I enjoyed our stay in Grampians Paradise. You are a wonderful help to make the best trip we have had in a while. Cheers"

Suhaila Usuludin - March 2015

Camping on Parkland 12 (P12) a premier unpowered camping site with fireplace at Grmapians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland

Even when booked out Grampians Paradise offers lots of space, helping to make it easy to enjoy camping at the Grampians National Park. This is Parkland 12 (P12) a premier unpowered site on the Labour Day long weekend 2015.

 

"I just wanted to say thank you for accommodating us at your camp ground this weekend. It was fantastic! We were so impressed with your facilities, especially the fire pit -- and the hospitality was superb. We got to meet your father [Tom Banfield] who told us about the climbing he did in the area. We ended up climbing at the Chimney Pots from his suggestion. We've climbed in the Grampians many times before but never at the Chimney Pots, and we had a great time. We were the only climbers there and there was certainly an adventurous feel that you don't get in many crags in Victoria."

Sarah Griffith April 2016

"Hello Aidan,
I just wanted to send you a quick email to say how much we enjoyed staying at your caravan park. Everything was perfect, the van was lovely, and the surrounds are beautiful truly one of the nicest caravan parks I've stayed in. Thank you"

Jason Luca - July 2014

"Great and rustic setting, beautiful views of the lake, farms and mountains. Nice and clean caravan and toilets, sufficiently equipped. What a wonderful holiday".

Soh family, Malaysia.

"We all enjoyed our stay here at Grampians Paradise. It was very clean and tidy, and everyone was helpful. It was beautiful to listen to the birds, and watch them fly past, hundreds of them, and see all the lakes, wetlands and trees. The toilets were especially clean. The caravan was roomy and comfortable, with all accessories. Great stay."

Marion, Melbourne.

"The established garden and bird life, the native plantings and encompassing views are so beautiful. The inspirational vision and scope of the wetlands project is admirable. And after all that the daily evidence of 'hard yakka' needed to work through this vision is so impressive. Collectively - add isolation and tranquility - paradise."

Lois, Phillip Island.

"Great to have the privilege of once again enjoying the beauty and tranquility of this special place. We hope to return yet again! Thanks for your hospitality."

Kevin and Robin, Inverloch.

Emu dad and chicks seen from the North Sites of Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland, on the edge of the Grampians National Park, Victoria, AUSTRALIA

From time to time we have special wildlife treats at Grampians Paradises. In Late Summer and early Autumn 2014 and 2015 we had repeated visits to our Redman Bluff Wetlands and areas within sight of the camping ground by an Emu Dad and his eight nearly adult chicks. Mum lays the eggs, and then the she disappears and the rest is up to Dad. He sits on the eggs and then with his strong maternal nature raises the chicks until they are of an age where they are ready to be independent. The water of the wetlands, and green feed in an otherwise dry landscape is what they have been coming for.

As we don't feed the wildlife, they are remain cautious of people a keep a little bit away at a safe distance. SPECIAL NOTE: Feeding the birds and animals would quickly lead to the disruption and collapse of a well functioning ecosystem and loss of many of our special animals and birds that frequent Grampians Paradise Camping and Caravan Parkland.