Bookings for the rest of the year, including the Summer Peak period are  open. This encompasses the period up until Jan 26th 2021.
Admission will be subject to Victorian Government Covid-19 restrictions in place at the time of intended stay. 

Bookings will have availability capped at 60% of normal capacity to allow for reduced occupancy and physical distancing. The reduced capacity is being achieved by blocking off some sites. In the booking system, blocked sites are indistinguishable from booked sites; both will appear in red as unavailable.  Further information as to how the reduced capacity will be achieved is available here.

Due to Covid-19, the following arrangements are currently in place at Walkerville Foreshore Camping Reserve:

  • Everyone over 12 must wear a fitted face mask covering their nose and mouth when indoors or when physical distance cannot be maintained outdoors. Face masks will no longer be required outside as long as physical distancing can be maintained. 
  • Up to 50 people can gather in outdoor spaces such as public playground, BBQ areas, beach, kiosk, communal campfires etc while staying 1.5 metres apart
  • Communal facilities, including toilets, showers and BBQ’s, are open.
  • There is a Covid-19 declaration form attached to the reminder email that must be completed and returned before check in. Admission to the camping reserve is not permitted unless a signed declaration form has been returned.

The Covid-19 related requirements may change before the date of your planned stay at Walkerville Foreshore Camping Reserve.  You will receive an email prior to your arrival containing up to date requirements.

All bookings will be subject to cancellation or change by the Walkerville Foreshore Reserve Committee of Management Inc (WFRCoM).  In the event that a booking is cancelled by the WFRCoM, you will be entitled to a full refund. 

All other government directives such as social distancing, not visiting the Reserve when unwell and personal hygiene/hand washing etc must be adhered to all at times.

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