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Tungamah RV Park offers a spacious, dog friendly, free campground nestled on the banks of Boosey Creek. On site are clean toilets, showers, drinking water, picnic tables, BBQs and a children’s playground, all within an easy walk into town.
I will offer a word of warning – if you don’t like being woken up by the local birdlife at sunrise, then perhaps this isn’t the ideal spot for you. We were greeted by the resident Corellas at daybreak and enjoyed our morning coffee while watching their crazy, noisy antics.
Address: Bailey Street, Tungamah, VIC
Wikicamps link: https://au.wikicamps.co/site/41730/36166202
- Unpowered sites
- Dogs allowed
- Flushing toilets
- Showers (donation required)
- Picnic tables
- Drinking water
- Children’s playground
- Rubbish bins
- Fire pits allowed
- Generators allowed
- Walking trails
- Telstra and Optus reception
- TV reception
- Suitable for 2WD, caravans, camper trailers, motorhomes, buses and tents
Tungamah Silo Art
The main drawcard for this tiny country town in its silo art. Street artist Sobrane Simcock painted the kookaburra and dancing brolgas in 2018, later returning in October 2019 to add more birds and foliage to the artwork.
Tungamah’s Silo Art is part of the North East Victoria Silo Art Trail.