Tallawalla Campsite is nestled in bushland between the ocean and the Great Otways National Park in Moggs Creek, about 750 m off the Great Ocean Road.
Hidden away, you wouldn’t even know the campsite was there when travelling from Anglesea to Lorne.
Tallawalla was completely destroyed in the Ash Wednesday bushfires but was rebuilt and developed to become a prime camping location for Girl Guides.
There is no power at Tallawalla so it is a truly ‘get away from it all ‘destination. Whether you camp or sleep in the cabin, your time at Tallawalla will be accompanied by birdsong and the scent of eucalypt.
For bookings and further information please contact: Vicki Wills
Mobile: 0438 554 251
Please note – We need 3 weeks notice, so please book early. There’s a minimum stay 2 of nights.
Environment – Indoor
The property also boasts a 2 bedroom cabin, sleeping up to 10, with a kitchen, gas fridge, wood heater and indoor toilet and basin. So if an indoor experience is for you, then the cabin will be just right.
With established campsites comprising of flat areas, camp stoves, coppers to boil water, wood supplied, toilet and shower block (hot showers and flushing toilets!), large shelters and equipment supplied and adequate parking the site is ready to welcome you and your unit at any time of the year.
Distance to CBD
The campsite is 129kms from Melbourne GPO and takes about 1 hour 50 minutes to travel from the CBD via the Geelong bypass.
Aireys Inlet, 5kms
Off Site Activities
With four kilometres of beach on your doorstep and hectares of bushland adjacent there is no shortage of activities. Walk one of the many tracks that lead from the local picnic ground; trail ride from Blazing Saddles stables (walking distance); surf and swim at Fairhaven Beach (a short walk from Moggs Creek); visit the historic lighthouse; geocache; enjoy the wildflowers, many of which are indigenous to the area; bird watch all year round and whale watch in winter.
On Site Activities
There is an initiative course and a chapel.
The campsite is accessible by public transport. (Train and then V-line bus)