Get back to basics, pitch a tent and relax at Victoria Park. Adjoining the Queenscliff Recreation Reserve, Victoria Park is within easy walking distance to the Hesse Street shopping precinct, cafes and restaurants. Following the adoption of Council Policy 054: Victoria Park (PDF, 173KB)in August 2022, the park has been categorised into three separate sections, outlined below.
To view the updated Victoria Park site map, click here.(PNG, 1MB) If you have any queries about whether your caravan is suitable for Restricted Camping zones, please contact the QTP team.
Whether you're staying overnight or here for the long haul, Queenscliff Tourist Parks can accommodate groups of all sizes all year round.
With powered sites available across all our parks, there are a range of options to suit your needs (subject to availability and season).
Pets are welcome at campsites (must be under effective control) during off-peak and shoulder seasons only.
Check in 12:00 noon; check out 10:00am.
Single person, no power. Not available on QMF weekend.
Peak: 26 December – 31 January; Easter holidays; public holidays; special events
Shoulder: 1 September – 25 December; 1 February – 30 April
Off-peak: 1 May – 31 August
Download park rules as at July 2021(PDF, 395KB)
Camping in Victoria Park is restricted to the period of five weeks from 26 December to 31 January annually, as well as the weekend of the Queenscliff Music Festival.
Victoria Park is situated in the heart of Queenscliff, an easy one-and-a-half-hour drive from the Melbourne CBD, or a short trip from the Mornington Peninsula via Searoad Ferries.
Download site map
Download map of zones(PDF, 349KB)