Bimbi Park is in Cape Otway, the centre of the Great Ocean Road and the Great Ocean Walk, an area of magnificent forests, beaches, secluded bays and spectacular coastline. It is sheltered among tall manna gums far away from the wearing noise of towns and traffic.
In the local Aboriginal language, ‘bimbi’ means ‘a place of many birds’ and the park’s bushland is alive with bird song.
Camping and Caravaning
Accommodation to suite all budgets from camp sites, powered camp sites, on-
Camp fires are permitted, however, during the summer months fires cannot be lit on total fire ban days. Bimbi Park supplies portable fire places and there is a modern amenities block with laundry facilities. Essential groceries, drinks and ice-
Bimbi Park is a great starting point for beach walks
Short walks and car trips take you to beaches and rock headlands where the great Southern Ocean roars onto the shore, or to small safe sandy bays and beaches where children can swim and play. There are lots of longer walks in the magnificent forests of Otway National Park including “The Great Ocean Walk” Australia’s premier walking trail (www.greatoceanwalk.asn.au)
You can fish from the rocks and beaches, go scuba diving or visit historic Cape Otway Lighthouse built in 1848 to guide seafarers through the hazardous waters of Bass Strait. While the climate of Cape Otway is temperate and pleasant through most of the year, its beautiful and dramatic coast has a formidable reputation. Fifty vessels have sunk on this stretch of coastline with the Schomberg, Loch Ard, Eric the Red and the Falls of Halladale being the better known of them.
2013 Winner –
2013 Winner – Trip advisor certificate of excellence
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2011 Winner –
2010 Finalist –
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2009 R.A.C.V. –
Australian Camps Association Accredited.
Accredited to accommodate school students of all ages
Bimbi Park came 17th out of the many thousands of accommodation providers to stay in Victoria.