Langi Ghiran Campground

Waypoint: -37.32181 , 143.06595 GPS: -37.29015 , 143.08978
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Langi Ghiran Picnic Road
Warrak VIC 3377
Freecall: 13 1963
  • Cozy campground with mostly level ground
  • Situated at the foot of Mount Langi Ghiran
  • Bushwalking and birdwatching
  • Aboriginal rock art on the Lar-ne-jeering walk
  • Not suitable for very large rigs
  • No dogs or cats permitted
  • Be bushfire aware. No fires in total fire ban period.

Driving Directions

Turn off highway at waypoint. After crossing railway at boomgates, proceed for 5km to campground. The road is a well formed gravel. It can have severe corrugations at times.

Turn right just before the campground sign.

Last updated by Clyde Camel on 24th May, 2014
Langi Ghiran Campground, in the Langi Ghiran State Park is only 5km from the highway and provides toilets, fireplaces picnic tables and plenty of walking tracks to explore.
This cozy campground is suitable for caravans and motorhomes and especially tents. Set at the foot of Mount Langi Ghiran, it is a popular spot for locals and visitors alike.

Mobile phone signal varies, but is best at the back of the campground towards the right hand side.

The mountain is also known as La-ne-jeering in the local aboriginal dialect and means "home of the black cockatoo". The mountain is surrounded by open woodland with River Red Gums, Yellow Box and Candlebark trees.

Major Thomas Mitchell climbed Mount Langi Ghiran in 1836 during his "Australian Felix" expedition.
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