Howqua Valley Caravan Park

Caravan Park

3.5 from 11 users


Howqua Valley Resort is located on the banks of Lake Eildon - just 20 minutes from the rural township of Mansfield (40 minutes to Mount Buller) Turn in off the main road to discover our secrete world - we have an awesome 9 hole mini golf course and luxurious pool area beside a beautiful waterfall or you can play tennis at the edge of the lake. Children of all ages can ride their bikes throughout the park or group together for a game of Volleyball. Mums and Dads can rest easy at the Gazebo while their little cherubs explore the children's playground and spot the local Kookaburras and wild Bush Parrots, Kangaroos or Wombats. Our extremely long concrete boat ramp is an anglers dream, and super convenient for those who enjoy the variety of water sports - launching your ski boat and or Jet Ski couldn't be any easier. Make your way up the Goulbourn River arm to the Jamieson Brewery or cruise around the lake to Goughs Bay or Macs Cove. Forgot the fuel or just need some more - no problem!! Pull up on our banks for a refill. Touring motoring enthusiast (rods and road bikes) often stop in and refill at our bowsers and the 4x4 and dirt bike riders which we often accommodate in the park cabins fill up and ride/drive straight out of the park up into the hills to explore. Our general store offers ICE, Cold Beer, Take Away Food, fantastic Coffee, fresh Fruit & Veg, all manner of Groceries, Fishing gear (including live bait and licences), Gas and the latest Magazines and Newspapers. Just 10 minutes by car to historical Jamieson, 45 to the top of Mount Buller, 20 minutes to Mansfield, wineries all around us, beautiful and iconic tourist attractions, a zoo and a maze all within a few minutes' drive - why wouldn't you stay with us!

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Lat: -37.230891 Lng: 146.11782

User Reviews


Sue Chapman

Unpowered sites and foreshore sites (small vans only) are the nicest sites. We were on Level 2, no views, concrete slab that is raised and has a metal border. Be very careful of this metal as it could rip into walls of van tyres if you scrape it. Water comes from lake and their is blue/green algae alert, so byo drinking water. Park is mainly permanent cabins but was very quiet when we there, most still unoccupied. Amenities pretty small, 2 toilets, 1 shower. Not a problem for us, but could be in busy times. There are blocks on each level.


Fanny the vanny

We recently stayed here for 4 days. When we arrived we was told the water was unsafe to drink. The pool was out of order for cleaning. We was put on a solid gravel site and struggled to get awning pegs in. No Internet or wifi. No view of the lake. However, the staff was very friendly and apologetic. The surrounding scenery was breathtaking and friendly campers. The general store was well stocked and so was the bottle shop. And good price. We would stay again knowing what we know now.


Stevens Escapes

Whats not to love. Next to the lake, swimming pool, play ground, boat launching, coffee, general store including bottle shop and mini golf. Managers saved us in peak season after we had to abandon our free camp due to a storm. Now wanting to purchase a permanent site. Have stayed at many caravan parks across Australia and this is now our favourite. Plenty of day trips around and don't forget to check out the Jamieson Brewery.


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