Set on 35 acres, at the foothills of the Warby Ovens National Park, 2.5kms from the historical town of Glenrowan our quiet family owned park is the perfect place to base yourself to relax or to explore the many attractions of the region.

There are 10 cabins, 22 powered sites and a number of un powered sites in our bush area. Native flora, fauna and bird life in abundance!

Our cabins are all en-suited and range from one to 3 bedrooms.

Read more about our ACCOMMODATION options and FACILITIES available.

About Us

Glenrowan Tourist Park is our family home and we warmly welcome you to share it with us! We are a local family – Kylee, Dean and not so little kids Tyler and Deacon. Kylee has spent the last 16+ years working in the local tourism department and Dean is a builder.

We moved into the park to manage it in June 2018 and we quickly knew we wanted to own it and live here permanently. We sold our home and purchased the park on February 28, 2020 with big dreams and plans……..just before Covid hit.

We have been working hard to continually improve the offering here at the park whilst keeping it’s small, unique, country feel.


A town full of history in Victoria’s High Country


The township of Glenrowan is the site of the final siege and capture of the infamous bushranger Ned Kelly and his gang in 1880. Their story is preserved in the townships attractions, museums and historic walks.

You can easily explore the town on foot. Pick up a copy of the Glenrowan Heritage Siege Precinct walking map from one of the local business or from the local information stand at the Glenrowan Vintage Hall & Cafe. This helpful flyer will guide you around key Ned Kelly Gang sites of significance such as the Ann Jones’ Glenrowan Inn, Police Shelter Site, Gravel Contractors Encampment, Ned Kelly Capture Site, McDonnell’s Railway Tavern and much more. With roots steeped in history, you will find many local characters and people willing to have – or spin, a yarn!

Don’t forget to have your photo taken in front of the six metre high Big Ned statue – you can’t miss him in the main street!

Whilst there is no supermarket in town for supplies there are a few dining options. Whether you are looking for a pie, Devonshire tea, pizza, or a hearty home made meal you will find something to fill your belly at one or more of the places in town.








Glenrowan maybe famous for the Ned Kelly story, but the region is also renowned for producing premium wines for the last 150 years. Particularly bold reds and delicious fortifieds. Be sure to visit the nearby historic cellar doors for warm country hospitality –
Morrisons of Glenrowan (our next door neighbour),
Bailey’s of Glenrowan
Booth’s Taminick Cellars.
If beer is more your thing don’t miss Black Dog Brewery, a craft brewery also located at Taminick Cellars Wines.

Discover the unique look outs, waterfalls, and picnic areas of the Warby Ovens National Park. The park protects some of Victoria’s most significant bushland and offers many great bushwalks of various lengths and difficulty. The park is also popular for birdwatchers, mountain bikers and native orchid enthusists. Popular tracks include;
Mt Glenrowan Lookout Walk
Pine Gully Nature Trail
Salisbury Falls Walk
Sunrise Walking Track
Warby Falls Heritage Trail



Wangaratta & Surrounds

Glenrowan is the perfect base to explore Victoria’s High Country


Wangaratta is a thriving regional city which is home to a strong local community, a broad range of businesses, wonderful annual events, great services and infrastructure and wonderful parks, gardens and attractions.

The area is popular of its many any events and festivals such as the annual Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and La Dolce Vita in the King Valley. There are plenty of iconic local attractions and things to do including bike trails, bush hiking tracks, nightlife, live performances, eating out, enjoying the river, parks and community events.



Winton Wetlands

Around the world places once used for industrial or agricultural purposes are being redeveloped in ways that make them valuable community assets and economic drivers. The Winton Wetlands Project is one of the world’s most significant environmental, social and economic renewal projects, whether measured by its environmental ambitions, its social and cultural significance, or its sheer scale.