For us, it has all the info we need. Camps is our first reference we reach for when planning our trips. (Our next one takes us across the Gunbarrel, Birdsville and Oodnadatta tracks next week). We travel with a Pajero and Aussie Swag Camper, and journey on until we come across an ‘Orange Triangle’ we like! Thanks heaps for your efforts.

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Hi, I have had your books since 2008 and have planned and used them for all our trips. I cant think of anything else I would like to see in them – after all its hard to improve on perfection.

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I though that I would drop a quick note to say thank you for such a great resource. We used the Camps 6 Book for our trip from Wollongong to Melbourne and back, and it more than paid for itself with finding free camping spots, showgrounds and caravan parks.

We wrote a review based on how much we appreciated the book. Thanks you so much for the best resources while travelling Australia.

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