Bimbi Park – Camping Under Koalas

90 Manna Gum Dr, Cape Otway, VIC 3233

Be away from the traffic and town noise and stay at Bimbi Park in Cape Otway. Bimbi Park is sheltered by manna gums and surrounded by a range of wildlife.

Onsite at Bimbi Park, all guests have access to the toilets, showers, playground, and the camp kitchen which has a TV.

Accommodation options

Bimbi Park has a variety of different accommodation options for small to large groups, with budget friendly options available. There are also powered and unpowered campsites available for those who have their own camping setup.

Standard cabin with ensuite

The standard cabin with an ensuite comes with a toilet and shower, a fully equipped kitchen, and a lounge room. The lounge room has a table and chairs, a sofa, and a heater. Only the two bedroom cabin has a TV.

There is a two bedroom cabin and one bedroom cabin, both fitting up to four people on a queen bed and bunk beds. Linen will be fully supplied for all the beds.

Standard cabin without ensuite

The standard cabin without the ensuite will have full access to the nearby camp amenities block. The cabin has a fully equipped kitchen, and lounge room with a couch, table and chairs.

This cabin has two bedrooms with a king bed and a set of bunks, fitting up to four people. All linen is provided for the king bed and for the bunks only pillows, pillow cases, and bottom sheets are provided. Towels won’t be provided.

Deluxe ensuite cabin

The cabins either overlook the back paddocks or the camp site and playground. There is an open plan, two bedroom, or three bedroom cabin, fitting between four to six people.

All cabins have a fully equipped kitchen, lounge room with a couch, table and chairs, TV, and ensuite with a shower and toilet.

The open plan cabin has a king bed and a set of bunks. The two bedroom has a king bed and two sets of bunks. The three bedroom has a queen bed, two single beds, and a set of bunks. All linen is provided for the deluxe cabins.

Eco ensuite cabin

Similar to a hotel room, but off the grid and is completely powered by a solar storage system. The eco cabin sleeps up to four people with a king bed in the lounge room and a set of bunks in the bedroom. All linen is provided.

The kitchen is fully equipped and the ensuite has a toilet and shower. The lounge room has a couch, table and chairs, TV, and heating.

Bunk room

The private bunk rooms are perfect for those in a larger group or on a budget. The small room has a double bed and three singles (all bunks), sleeping five people. The large room has a double and seven singles (all bunks), sleeping nine people.

All rooms have heating, and you’ll have access to the camp kitchen and amenities block. You will need to supply your own linen, bedding, pillows, towels, and kitchenware.

Onsite van

Sleep in a classic Aussie holiday van either with a single bed or a double bed. The vans have a small kitchenette, heating, and a verandah. Linen is supplied for the double but you’ll need to bring your own towels. You can use the amenities block.

Camping pods

The camping pods are solid structures suitable for all weather. The pods sleep up to five people with either a double or a single bed, with room for others to sleep on the floor. You’ll need to supply your own linen, bedding, and kitchenware.

The camping pods don’t have any lighting, power, ensuite, or kitchen. The pods are nearby to the toilets, but the camp kitchen and showers are in the main part of the park.

What’s nearby?

If you’re looking to go to a beach, a short drive away is Blanket Bay or Johanna Beach.

You can check out Cape Otway Lighthouse which is the oldest lighthouse on Australia’s mainland.

You can drive for half an hour and go to Apollo Bay. Or drive an hour in the other direction and see the famous Twelve Apostles.

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