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Moira North campgrounds

Murray Valley National Park

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Book a camping stay at Moira North campgrounds in Murray Valley National Park, near Mathoura. Enjoy the largest continuous river red gum forest in the southern hemisphere.

Choose from 13 campgrounds when you arrive:

  • Greensborough campground
  • Poverty Point campground
  • Plain campground
  • Narrows campground
  • Kings Landing campground
  • 258 Tree campground
  • Coolamon campground
  • Red Gum campground
  • D Tree campground
  • Porters Creek Road campground
  • Lakes campground
  • O'Shannassy campground
  • Hollows campground

There are no camping fees, but a $6 booking fee applies. Bookings are required. Book online or call 1300 072 757.

There are no rubbish collection points. Please take all rubbish when you leave.


  • Campfires are permitted between April and September.
  • Collection of deadfall timber is permitted for small campfires only.


  • You can’t remove firewood from the park. Chainsaws are not permitted.
  • Pets and domestics animals (other than certified assistance animals) are not permitted in Murray Valley National Park. If you want to camp with your dog, find a campground in Murray Valley Regional Park.

Vehicle access and road quality

All roads leading to Moira North campgrounds are unsealed. 4WD vehicles recommended when wet. RVs/motorhomes are not recommended in these campgrounds.

How to get there

From Mathoura/Picnic Point Road:

  • Take the Picnic Point Road turn-off and continue along the road.
  • Turn right into Tarragon Road and continue along over a little one-way bridge.
  • Veer right as you continue along this road along the top of the levy bank.
  • Veer left into river road and until you reach the park entrance.
  • At Greensborough campground and picnic area, proceed to your campground from there.



  • A family in 2 canoes paddles down the Murray River, Murray Valley National Park. Photo © Boen Ferguson

    Murray River canoe trails

    These 4 canoe trails in Murray Valley National Park and Victoria’s Barmah National Park offer something for every paddler. Canoe the flowing Murray River, secluded creeks or Barmah Lake.

  • Reed Beds Bird Hide, Murray Valley National Park. Photo: David Finnegan © OEH

    Reed Beds Bird Hide boardwalk

    It’s an easy walk along the boardwalk to Reed Beds Bird Hide, with fun things to do along the way. Listen to see how many different bird calls you can hear on the way.

These maps give a basic overview of park attractions and facilities, and may not be detailed enough for some activities. We recommend that you buy a topographic map before you go exploring.


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