Caravan & Camping

The Mortlake caravan park is the perfect place to marvel at the beauty of this picturesque part of the world.  Mortlake is known as Australia’s Olivine capital, and is a town that although small, has plenty to see and do.  It is a town lined with bluestone buildings which date back to the 1850s, and visitors enjoying wandering these historic streets, fishing at Tea Tree Lake and fossicking for gems.

Our Site Options

Powered Sites

We have a number of Powered Sites available for those who wish to bring their caravan or motorhome. The sites come with power and water connections, as well as access to communal bathroom and laundry facilities. 

Unpowered Sites

We offer a range of unpowered camping sites, perfect for those who want to get back to nature. The sites are spacious and well-maintained,  close to communal facilities and  offer a stunning backdrop of the Moyne Shire Region.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many powered & unpowered sites are available?

There are 34 powered and 16 unpowered sites available.

Can sites be purchased next to one another?

Yes they can, subject to availability.

Are dogs allowed to stay at the park?

Yes, pets are welcome to enjoy a holiday at the park.

Guests that are permitted to have dogs stay with them must:


(a) No more than two (2) dogs are permitted per allocated dog friendly Camping Sites.

(b) Dogs must be kept under effective control at all times and must not be left unattended.

(c) Dogs must be registered.

(d) Dogs must have received the C3 vaccine (for canine distemper virus, canine adenovirus and canine parvovirus).

(e) When dogs are outside the van/tent/annex/RV etc they must always be on a lead under the effective control of a person who can manage the dog.

(f) Dogs are not permitted in common areas unless advised by Caravan Park management.

(g) At night, dogs must be tied up or corralled in a suitable enclosure from which the dog cannot escape.

(h) Owners must not allow the dog(s) to enter other Camping Sites.

(i) Dog owners must clean up after their dogs immediately and dispose of the waste in designated bins.

(j) Excessive barking will not be tolerated and will be treated as excessive noise issues as per the Caravan Park and Camping Grounds Rules.

(k) Aggressive behavior by dogs will not be tolerated. Owners will be asked to take steps to correct the aggressive behavior in the first instance. If the aggressive behavior cannot be mitigated the Dog(s) may be required to leave the Caravan Park.

(l) All other relevant Victorian and local council regulations must be followed in respect to the dogs, including, but not limited to, dog regulations (such as timeshare regulations and lead regulations) on surrounding beaches.

(m) No exceptions to these conditions will be made for any camper without the express permission of the relevant Caravan Park Manager.

3.6. Any dog that has been declared a dangerous dog, menacing dog or restricted breed dog, within the meaning of the Domestic Animals Act 1994, must NOT be brought into any Authority managed Caravan Park.


Is WiFi access available at the park?

No, there is no Wi-Fi access at the park, allowing guests to switch off and relax. However, surrounding towns have Wi-Fi access in selected cafes and restaurants.

Can I see a layout of the sites?

Yes, park map tab at top of home page.

Are visitors allowed to lite fires or firepits?

No, fires are not permitted at this park and there are no fire pits on-site.

Is there a dump point available


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Way too expensive for a powered and uncovered sites!!!!!!!!!!
Raelene Cook
Raelene Cook
Stayed overnight on camping site recently. Paul a very charming host. Facilities old but very clean and well maintained. Camp kitchen no frills but adequate. Pleasant location and good for dogs.
Athol Gunther
Athol Gunther
Lovely little park. Dog friendly Nice mix of gardens and countryside. Small town with a couple good places to eat. Park owner is really sweet. Amenities were nice. Lovely place to camp overnight. One downside was the birds. Those things don't know how to be quiet. I suggest you bring earplugs. Would stay again if I ever pass through there again.
kris irwin
kris irwin
Great park to relax. Especially with little babies. Paul is fantastic 🙂
Laura Dk
Laura Dk
Very nice place, amenities clean, Paul was very helpful ! Totally recommend !
Christelle Matherat
Christelle Matherat
Birds get a bit loud
We would highly recommend this park. Quiet, lush green grass, very clean amenities and a very nice and informative caravan park caretaker.
Kerri Sebire
Kerri Sebire
Very clean, peaceful. Park manager is awesome. Skate park for kids, small but tidy and easy to navigate. Lots of walking trails and sensational bird life.
Vaughan Scott
Vaughan Scott