Temporarly closed: Coronavirus COVID 19

As directed by the Chief Health Officer on Wednesday 25 March, Jamieson Caravan Park will be temporarily closed from 11.59pm (local time) 25 March 2020.

These actions follow further restrictions on domestic and international travel, with all non-essential travel banned.

No further bookings will be taken, and all existing bookings up until 31 May 2020 will be contacted by phone within the next few days.

We are in the process of advising current guests that they are required to leave the park.

We are keeping the caravan park closed until we receive further government advice.

As per government advice, any travellers with no residence to return to in Australia (or out of state people who cannot return home) will still be able to stay. We will have limited numbers, strict quarantine requirements and you would need to be willing to stay put for the duration of the travel ban. 

For further information regarding coronavirus and/or government advice please visit: www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus or call the coronavirus hotline on 1800 675 398.

Stay strong everyone and keep your distance to others.




The sing-song of birds, babble of the river, crackle of the fire, laughter of friends and the rustle of windswept leaves is everything you need to unwind. Set in the Victorian High Country, Jamieson is your relaxation destination. 

Jamieson Caravan Park is located on the banks of the Jamieson River, and the ideal spot for kayaking, fishing and swimming. During school holidays the park is packed with families and there is plenty of entertainment for the kids. Spring and Autumn are easily the best times to visit, with the trees changing colour, perfect temperatures and outside peak holiday season. In winter, Jamieson is a winter wonderland. With fire pits throughout the park, comfortable cabins and just over 1 hour from Mt Buller, its an effortless way to check out the snow.







Jamieson has everything you need to escape; a café, general store, pub, brewery, caravan park, gallery and museum all within walking distance of each other.  Magnificent trees planted by European gold miners make the place magical, and you can learn all about them and the history of the town strolling through our beautiful streets. If you’re the more adventurous type you can check out the abandoned gold mines, embark on a 4WD trip or take on the river in a kayak.