26 October 2011 . BY
Victoria’s Affordable Accommodation – Campsite
Where is it?
Corringle Foreshore Reserve, East Gippsland, Vic. Situated at the mouth of the Snowy River estuary, this beachfront camping area offers a host of activities, from boating or surf fishing in the estuary or canoeing in the Corringle Slips backwater and Frenchs Narrows.
Swimming is not advised at Corringle due to strong rips and currents, but bushwalking is another alternative.
What’s it like?
Although still in a relatively natural state, Corringle Slips camping area is equipped with barbecues, designated fireplaces, picnic tables, pit toilets, a boat ramp and jetties. However, drinking water is not available and visitors must bring their own or know how to make untreated water safe to drink. The area is accessible to all vehicle types. At Christmas and Easter, bookings are determined by ballot.
How much does it cost?
Camping fees from $13.50 per night per site, covering up to five people.
Corringle Slips Foreshore Reserve, East Gippsland, Vic. (03) 8627 4699;