Lake Sambell Caravan Park Beechworth North East Victoria
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Beechworth Lake Sambell Caravan Park

Top 5 Great Reasons toStay With Us

1. Location, Location, Location
We are the only caravan park in central Beechworth, located within easy walking distance to the town centre and attractions.

2. Value for money
We offer a 'Bed for every Budget', from fully self-contained cabins to on-site caravans, powered and un-powered camping sites.

3. Great service and clean facilities
We offer friendly service and very clean facilities. Our role is to ensure your stay with us is a memorable and rewarding one.

4. Get active or just relax
The park is a cyclists paradise located near the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail and  Beechworth Mountain Bike Park providing cyclists with spectacular road rides, trails and paths to explore the area.  It also provides access to many walking trails. Go swimming and fishing in the lake, play golf, read a book or just kick back and enjoy the spectacular view of Lake Sambell by the warmth of a campfire.

5. Keep the kids happy
We have a range of activities available to keep children amused. There is a playground, free mini golf, badminton and volleyball, swimming in the creek or at the sandy beach in Lake Sambell and we have plenty of room for the kids to ride their bikes around the park.


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Out & About in Beechworth North East Victoria

Here we have provided you with some ideas for activities in and around Beechworth.

Beechworth - Historic Precinct

Take a self-guided walking tour around the collection of historic buildings including the Beechworth Historic Courthouse, Telegraph Station, Sub Treasury, Chinese Cultural Centre, Forestry Museum and the Robert O’Hara Burke Museum. These buildings were all constructed in the 1850’s from local honey coloured granite. Together they provide a fine reflection of a prosperous era.

Another self-guided walking tour takes in the legacy of the pioneers in our historic buildings, heritage streetscapes and houses. Stand in the dock and cell where Ned Kelly stood during his committal hearing, and visit the sites of bushranger gang hideouts.

Details of these walking tours and other attractions are available from the Beechworth Visitor Information Centre.

Beechworth - township

More than 32 buildings are listed by the National Trust and Beechworth is regarded as Victoria's best preserved historic gold mining town, containing a rich legacy from the last century. Meander through the eclectic mix of shops and galleries, including antiques, old wares and local handcrafts.

Visit the award winning businesses such as Beechworth Sweet Co, Beechworth Bakery and Beechworth Honey Experience, taste gourmet cordial mixers at Murray Breweries and try the many award winning beers at Bridge Road Brewers. Visit the classical granite arches of the Goldfields Hospital Facade or pick up a tour brochure at the Beechworth Cemetery front gates, follow the arrows which lead to each historic grave and the Chinese Burning Towers. Take a bus tour around the town of Beechworth with full commentary on the history of the town, bookings are taken at the Visitor Info Centre.


Walk around Lake Sambell - follow the walking path around the banks of the lake – approx 30-40 minute round trip. Lake Sambell to Lake Kerford - this 5km walk which starts from the bridge over Spring Creek at the entrance to the park. It follows Spring Creek and Hurdle Creek to Lake Kerferd. Be sure to stay on the walking track as many of the mine shafts are deep and potentially dangerous.


The Murray to the Mountains Rail Trail - a bitumen sealed bicycle trail following 98kms of historic railway lines, from Wangaratta to Bright, via Myrtleford’ and connecting with Beechworth.

Mountain Bike Park - to find the trail drive out along High Street for 2.5km (road turns to dirt and becomes Alma Rd). Look for the big Beechworth Mountain Bike sign on your left on the corner of Alma and Greenwattle Roads. Simply follow the trail signs to ride the 'Cross Country Loop' and/or the 'Jumps Track'. The trails are marked out as a loop with options for 'easier', 'more difficult', 'advanced' and 'expert' tracks. Get out there and explore the trails.

Hire a Mountain Bike - Mountain Bike hire is available from Lake Sambell Caravan Park.

Picnic Spots

Murmungee Lookout - a fantastic picnic spot at the scenic lookout on the road towards Myrtleford. The turn off is at the head of the Buckland Gap to the left and provides magnificent views of farming land of Murmungee below. Wood fire BBQ facilities - sealed road except the last few kilometers (about ½ hour trip from Beechworth)
Lake Sambell - a lovely lake worthy of a picnic or afternoon stroll. Adjoins the recently established Chinese Gardens built to commemorate the Chinese population of the district.
Woolshed Falls - picnic tables and shelters. View the waterfall from the viewing platform or take the circular walk.

Local Wineries

Pennyweight Winery
Indigo Vineyard
Amulet Vineyard
Brown Brothers
Star Lane Winery
Gapsted Wines

03 5728 1747
03 5727 0233
03 5727 0420
03 5720 5500
03 5728 7268
03 5751 1383

Local Restaurants

The Provenance
The Press Room
The Stanley Pub
The Ox and Hound Bistro

03 5728 1786
03 5728 2360
03 5728 6502
03 5728 2123