ON-LINE Camp-site Bookings

Bookings can now be made online for any night outside of the Summer and Easter school holiday periods, and the Melbourne Cup and March public holiday long weekends

Sites 1 to 56 are available to be booked  year round

Sites 101 to 249 are open for camping from the start of the September school holidays through to the end of the Easter school holidays (occasionally we will keep these open if there is a need)

Please use a desktop computer if you would like the option to select your site from a camp site map.

 To make a booking on-line please CLICK HERE  


After consultation with the CFA, other Rangers,  and the Shire council,  it has been decided that campfires will NOT be permitted until further notice.
The park and peninsula is tinder dry,  Until the CFA and council lift their burn off restrictions campfires will not be allowed in the reserve.
Please note:

A maximum of  six people ( maximum 4 adults) can be booked onto one site at any time, however not every site will accommodate 6 people. If we receive a booking for 6 people on a site which we consider unsuitable for your group we reserve the right to  move your group to a more suitable area

We will make every attempt to to ensure that the site you choose is the site you get to camp on, however sometimes due to circumstances outside our control we need to change the site that you are booked onto. If this happens we will make every attempt in the time remaining to notify you of the change before you arrive.

To book multiple sites for multiple families please see the instructions at the bottom of this page

Sites 1 to 56 are available to be booked  year round.  Sites 101 to 405 are only available to be booked from the September School holiday period to the end of the Easter School holiday period excluding the peak periods of Christmas school holidays, Easter public Holidays and the March Long Weekend.

Bookings can not be made using the online function for the peak periods of Melbourne Cup,  Christmas school holiday, March Long Weekend or Easter school holiday periods.

To book for the above mentioned peak periods please follow the instructions in this link 

Check In / Check Out times

Unless prior arrangements have been made in writing with the manager, Campers are requested to observe the following check in and check out times.

If you think you may be arriving later that the times below please contact the office .

Check in : Daylight savings: 1pm to 8.30 pm

                   Outside daylight savings: 1pm to 6.30 pm

Check out : Year Round : 11 am

Bookings  made online after 6 pm for same day arrival will not be honoured. After 6 pm  the earliest you can book for is the following day.

Schoolies / Birthdays
Schoolies camps will not be permitted within the reserve. Bookings for 25/11 to 18/12 for groups of 3 or more  young adults to 21 years old must email the manager separately before booking.  All participants under 18 years must have a parent or legal guardian present at all times. Online booking that are made that are for schoolie groups may not be honoured and may not be permitted to set up and camp.


Birthday groups must discuss plans with park staff before making a booking. Failure to do so may result in the booking being cancelled.


Dogs are never permitted, at any time of the year, or day, within the campgrounds at Point Leo



Camp fires strictly prohibited during daylight savings. Outside of daylight savings fires are permitted with the Rangers consent and with the following conditions.

  • Fires are strictly prohibited when wind warnings are current. Decisions to not allow fires that are made at 4 pm will be in effect until 7 am the following morning, regardless of any change in condition overnight.

  • There must be a minimum distance of 3 meters between all fires and vegetation and flammable material

  • The fire must be in a drum with solid sides at least 30 cm high. You must provide your own drum, Point Leo Foreshore does not provide fire drums under any circumstances.

  • The ground under the fire must be protected by either sand (from the beach) or a suitable shield

  • Enough water / or a fire extinguisher must be readily accessible with the capacity to fully extinguish the fire at all times when the fire is lit.

  • A responsible adult must be present at all times when the fire is lit

  • The fire must be fully extinguished before you go to bed or out for the day

  • The fire must raised of the ground by at least 5cm

  • All wood, including kindling be brought in from outside of the reserve, no wood is to be scavenged from the reserve whatsoever.

  • Wood is now available for purchase from the office during office hours.

  • All ash be placed in the ash bins provided.

A Ranger will be patrolling and inspecting campfires and campsites to ensure compliance with all of the above restrictions.
Anyone found to be lighting a fire when strong wind alerts are in force, or are in breach of any of the above conditions will have their fires immediately extinguished and may have future bookings refused.


Cancellations that are received more than 14 days prior to booking arrival – full refund offered

Cancellations that are received between 14 and 7  days prior to booking arrival – monies paid will be able to be transferred to another booking within 6 months of the original booking

Cancellations that are received within 7 days of  booking arrival – No refund will be offered and a $50 booking fee will be charged to any booking that is not already paid in full.


How to book multiple sites for multiple families

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