Things to do and places to stay in Camperdown

A golden opportunity

Most visitors to the region would be unaware that the route from Port Campbell and Camperdown via Ballarat to Melbourne is only 20 mins longer than the quickest route along the Princes Hwy through ...

Camperdown Botanical Gardens

The Camperdown Gardens land was put aside in 1869 with work being carried out by Daniel Bunce from 1870, in 1888 inprovements were made under the guidance of William Guilfoyle.

Camperdown Cascade Motel

We are located in Camperdown in the heart of the third largest volcanic plain in the world. The lakes and craters surrounding Camperdown are renound for fishing and water sports or if you prefer na...

Camperdown Courthouse Information and Arts

For tips on how to make the most of your visit, gifts and and warm local hospitality be sure to call into Camperdown Courthouse Information and Arts. Wonderful information and warm hospitality in t...

Edwardia Short-stay

After The Apostles, stay a little longer and relax into 1905 in an Edwardian Banker's residence.
Edwardia Short-stay is an authentically restored and furnished historical treasure where you enjo...

Great Ocean Road Woollen Mill

Set in the lush green hinterland of the Great Ocean Road, in Southwest Victoria, our mill brings together some of the greatest natural fibres to create unique, luxurious yarns. We are a family oper...

Lake Bullen Merri - South Beach

Find your own space on this crystal clear volcanic lake on the southern outskirts of town.

Lakes and Craters Holiday Park

Set on the ridge between two extinct water filled volcanoes, Camperdown’s Lakes and Craters Holiday Park offers fantastic value accommodation. For the water sport enthusiasts, Lake Bullen Merri off...

Manifold Motor Inn

Enjoy old fashioned country hospitality and service at the Manifold Motor Inn, Camperdown`s premier motel. The Motor Inn offers 15 spacious ground floor suites, all tastefully furnished with comfor...

Mt Leura and Sugarloaf

The car park and lookout offer commanding views of Lake Corangamite and views across Lake Colongulac towards Mt Elephant.