Tarra Valley Caravan Park is very quiet, serene, lush and green with a river running past the property which is just amazing.
Tarra Valley Caravan Park offers clean air, clean grounds and there are lots of outdoor activities for kids to do. They can go fishing (lots of eels and fish), go bush walking, bike riding and valley is cool and with lots of ferns and old trees, waterfalls and lots more.
A narrow road from Yarram leads up to the Tarra Bulga national park. The caravan park is surrounded by huge trees and ferns with the Tarra river running gently. The Camp kitchen has a nice big fireplace where people congregate in the afternoon. No phone or tv service but the environment is exceptional.
You don’t have to walk far to find a perfect spot beside the river for a picnic. A short drive into the national park is worth while.
What a beautiful and peaceful place to stay and unwind! The hosts are friendly and accommodating but not pushy. The camping sites by the river are just so delightful and when it’s quite, you can simply unwind by watching the local wildlife swimming, flying or wandering by.
We recommend the drive through Yarram, via the South Gippsland Highway, as it is much simpler and very pretty.
If coming via Traralgon with your caravan or large motor home, take the Hyland Highway into Yarram, then follow the signs to the Tarra Bulga National Park.
Tarra Valley Rd via Balook is not recommended for towing caravans or vehicles over 8 meters in length, as the road is narrow and very windy.
From Yarram follow the Tarra Bulga National Park signs for 19kms on route 484 (Melways, page 928 D-8)
38.28 South 146.33 East