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Experience Spectacular Natural landscapes and relaxation like never before in the calming natural surrounds of Victoria's Volcanic Lakes and Plains.
For nature lovers, there's nothing more magnificent than the evolution of the landscape over time, and through this region, the volcanic story echoes through the mounts and lakes. The dry stone walls built by early settlers petition the paddocks where you'll see some of the most fertile pastures in Victoria.
Stretch your legs and climb up to savour the views at some of our favorite lookouts. Once you've reached your peak, the volcanic past will unfold in the landscape right in front of you. From volcanic craters inside the mounts, endlessly deep lakes and trails where lava once erupted through the landscape.
OUR TOP 7 LOOKOUTS
Climbing to a lookout for a spectacular view over the landscape is a treat - sometimes looking inside the hill is just as dramatic!
1. Mount Elephant
2. Mount Noorat
3. Mount Rouse
4. Harmans Valley Lookout
5. Tower Hill
6. Mount Leura
7. Red Rock Lookout
You can plan your trip around these and some of the most spectacular features of the Volcanic Lakes and Plains using the interactive map below.
Find places to stay
Lakes and Craters Holiday Park
The Lakes and Craters Holiday Park features cabins, powered and unpowered camping sites at very affordable prices.
Terang Motor Inn
The Terang Motor Inn is a 3.5 star rated motel. Offering 12 ground floor clean, comfortable refurbished rooms in Terang.
Cascade Motel Camperdown
Camperdown Cascade Motel is located in Camperdown and features free Wi-Fi and features free onsite parking.
Manifold Motor Inn
Offering 15 spacious ground floor suites, all tastefully furnished with comfort and cleanliness guaranteed.
Keayang Farm Stay
Keayang is located adjacent to the Terang dry lake and golf course on the Princes Highway in south-west Victoria.
Elephant Bridge Hotel
Elephant Bridge Hotel is one of Victoria's oldest inns (circa 1842). An historic bluestone establishment nestled in a rural landscape alongside Mount Emu Creek, is where bullock wagons once crossed...