Camp Cooriemungle is set on 25 hectares of picturesque farmland, 18 kilometres inland from Port Campbell.
Originally an old prison farm with a collection of individual prison cells that are still standing, Camp Cooriemungle now offers guests a variety of affordable accommodation options including camp sites, cabins and a house.
The camping area consists of unpowered grass sites which are suitable for tents, caravans and motorhomes. There is a toilet and shower block available for guests.
Cabin accommodation consists of 5 bunk style cabins with vehicle parking at the door. Each cabin can sleep up to 5 people. Shared bathroom facilities are available at the amenities block. Adjacent to the cabins is a communal hall which has a kitchen, dining area, lounge and billiard table.
There is a self-contained house which can sleep up to 8 people. It has 2 double beds, 2 single beds and one bunk bed. The home has an open plan lounge and dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen, a bathroom and a childrens play area outside next to the house.
There are covered BBQs located on the property, extensive lawns, shady trees and a lake.
Camp Cooriemungle is home to farm animals including chooks, sheep, cows, pigs and alpacas. Guests are welcome to get up close and personal with them. Native animals can also be spotted on the property, including koalas and kangaroos.
Camp Cooriemungle is 15 minutes drive from the 12 Apostles and within easy reach of the many attractions of the scenic Shipwreck Coast including beautiful beaches, stunning coastal features and the Great Otway National Park.
Nightly rates from
Unpowered camping sites - starting at $20
Cabins - $35 per person
Self contained house - starting at $40 per person
Discount rate applies for children between the ages of 2 and 12.
• BBQ facilities
• Disabled access
• Dogs allowed - view details