The Starlings Gap Campground is perfect spot for campers with a tent, especially those that love hiking. There are beautiful camping spots on lush green lawn which you walk into from the car park. Fire pits are provided as well as benches made out of a tree logs.
You are surrounded by tall Mountain Ash trees which are amazing trees to sit, relax and gaze up their amazing straight trunks up to the sky. When we visited it was winter and at this time it’s a place where the air you breathe is so crisp and fresh. It truly is a beautiful spot to take time out and really relax.
From the campground there are hiking tracks. You can even hike to the popular tourist destination and view the Ada Tree which is the oldest known tree in Victoria.
5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Starlings Gap Campground
- You love the great outdoors
- Seeking serenity
- Enjoy hiking
- Looking for a free campground
- Escape the city hustle and bustle
Starlings Gap Campground Facilities
- Fire pits
- Picnic Tables
- Under cover area
- Drop Toilets
- Take your rubbish home
- No water
- Noojee Trestle Bridge
- Ralph Cornwall Loch Valley Tramway Walk
- Noojee Heritage Centre
- Toorongo Falls Walk
- Amphitheatre Falls Walk via Toorongo Falls
- The Noojee Waterwheel
Nearby Free Campgrounds
Before you head to the campgrounds check their websites to ensure they are open. Sometimes the campgrounds are temporarily closed. When we explored this absolutely beautiful area the Toorongo Falls Campground was temporarily closed.
Starlings Gap Campground Location
- Big Creek Rd, Ada, VIC 3833
- 101km, 1hr 50min from Melbourne CBD
Have you explored this gorgeous part of Victoria? If you have we’d love to hear about your experiences.