Buggy Museum
Major Events
Centred in the heart of the Lakes and Craters Country, Camperdown is central to one of Australia's agricultural rich farming districts. This pleasant rural town services a wide area of Dairy, Sheep and Beef farming communities.Mount Leura and Mt Sugar loaf volcanic crater with steep inner walls. Botanical Gardens. Stone Wall Fences.
Parks & Gardens

A magnificent view of the Lakes and Craters can be had from the Botanical Gardens, which is situated next to the Caravan Park at the top of Park Lane. The Gardens have played host to many guests including musicians from all over the country which attend the World Music day, part of the Leura fest. With its splendid array of trees and flowers, the views of the town and surrounding district from this vantage point are spectacular. .
Victoria has more examples of dry stone walls than any other state in Australia. South West Victoria has a vast variety of these walls for visitors to see. Camperdown, Mortlake and Terang have many different types of walls, each one having special features which hold cultural and historical significance. The early Anglo-Celtic immigrants utilised the abundance of basalt that was found in the region, the early settlers were able to construct gracious Homesteads and Dry stone Walls. Building these walls served three purposes; they were used as boundaries; to keep out Rabbits; and to clear the land of rocks.