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Refuge Cove is a small yet spectacular beach hidden away on the Prom's eastern coast.
The only way you can get there is on foot, by walking along a scenic track from Sealers Cove in the north or Little Waterloo Bay in the south.
Here are ten top spots to get you packing and pitching.
If you like a few creature comforts and the company of a temporary village, then pitch at Tidal River.
For diversity of beach camping options, Victoria is hard to beat.
If you're a wine fiend who loves the stars but hates to be away from bars, there's Mornington Peninsula and Phillip Island.
Found 280 kilometres west of Melbourne (about 20 kilometres west of Warrnambool), Killarney is a tranquil, 800-person village surrounded by lush dairy pastures (hence, the Irish name).
This epic campsite, which has room for nearly 500 tents, lies on the western coast of Wilsons Promontory.
Beautiful Norman Beach runs along one edge and Tidal River along another.
Another camp that comes with a high chance of seeing koalas is the Wye River Foreshore Camping Reserve, 18 kilometres south of Lorne and two-and-a-half hours' drive from Melbourne.
The 64-pitch site spreads across absolute beach frontage and the mouth of the Wye River.
Bookings are vital and stays are limited to two consecutive nights.