Whatever your requirement, accommodation is available which will cater for your holiday needs, and your budget. The Lake Eildon Accommodation area has luxury Boutique Hotels and B & B's plus Motels, Hotels, Holiday Flats, Cottages, Cabins, Caravan Parks and Camping facilities. Full Service, or Self Catering, as you choose.

How about hiring a Houseboat and spend your time exploring Lake Eildon, or come and find out what a Boatel unit is?

Many couples and families bring their own accommodation, because of the many Caravan Parks and Campgrounds in the area. Caravanners can enjoy some great facilities and locations. You can holiday at a park with a pool close to town, or relax beside a river or lake. Most Caravan Parks also have on-site vans or cabins to rent.

For the more adventurous, tent camping can be enjoyed at one of these Caravan Parks where you have use of all facilities, or if you're looking for something a little closer to nature try camping in Lake Eildon National Park where facilities are close by. Another option is one of the more remote lakeside or riverbank campsites that are available throughout the region.


 

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