Do you agree that the most important element to make a camping trip absolutely perfect is the old fashioned CAMPFIRE?
There is in my opinion nothing better than after a day of exploring to sit around the fire, with family or friends, with a cold beer, a cuppa tea or glass of wine, toasting marshmallows, having a yarn or just sit there quietly, taking in the tranquillity of nature, staring at the flames, reflecting on the day?!
Unfortunately many parks do not allow any fires or have restrictions on times of the year they can be lid!
BUT we have some amazing news to share! You just found Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park where we DO ALLOW campfires all year around!! Of course not on days of total fire bans. For a small fee we deliver a fire drum & bag of wood to your site or cabin.
Although the main rule we have here is respect I attach the terms and conditions below.
We are one of only a handful of parks that still allow campfires and we do not want to stop you enjoying this integral part of camping. However we are living in a National Park surrounded by bush and therefor we ask everybody to be sensible with the use of a firedrum therefore we have some rules in place about the use of a firedrum.
Our campfire rules and some explanation:
For safety and cleanliness reasons we have added some additional rules about storing wood on the sites and the use of our firedrums.