Monthly Archives: January 2019

One month left of summer

Summer! Now we’ve only one month left of it. What are your plans? Many travellers we’ve been talking to will be up and moving in the next few weeks. 

Here’s one such traveller, CAMPS researcher Sheng Yee is currently on the SA south coast at Wrights Bay Bush Camp (SA 33

By |January 25th, 2019|App, General|0 Comments|

Help restore the historic Farina Township

 

Gavin Scrimgeour from Heathmont, Victoria, wrote in to tell CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE to let travellers know that Farina Township now has a bakery! 

Gavin told us, “My involvement in the Farina Restoration has been as they say ‘An Arm Chair Quarterback’  not directly involved in doing the heavy lifting.

“After passing through

Keep us updated

If you have upgrades and changes to your park, please let us know! 

Changes to pet friendly status, contact details, affiliation, addition of disabled facilities, playground, even making sure we have a street number listed with the street in the book – please email or call so we have the

Email us words for your App listing

What else can you do to make your free listing on newly updated CAMPS AND CARAVAN PARKS AUSTRALIA WIDE App even better?

You are also very welcome to email us (leisa@campsaustraliawide.com) a paragraph (no more than 150 words please) to attract people to your park and area. Talk about other things not mentioned in your listing or symbols –

By |January 17th, 2019|App|0 Comments|
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    Caravan Park owners make your App listing work even better

Caravan Park owners make your App listing work even better

We are receiving great feedback on the newly updated CAMPS AND CARAVAN PARKS AUSTRALIA WIDE App. 

Make the most of your free listing with us, and add content to your listing.

Add photos to your listing. This will allow travellers to see not just the camping area (which should be the main photo displayed

By |January 15th, 2019|App|0 Comments|

Camps 10 release and our summer news

Happy New Year! Summer is here, it’s time for the beach or stationing yourself beside some water. This newsletter travels from Queensland, to NT and onto WA, with more top spots for you to visit. 

2019 couldn’t have had a busier start for us, with pre-sales opening for our brand new

By |January 14th, 2019|General|0 Comments|

Help the camp at Heritage Wines reopen

Heritage Estate Wines are closed for camping, awaiting a permit from council (Site 882 in Camps 10). Situated just north of Stanthorpe, in the Granite Belt of Queensland, known for it’s beautiful wineries and fresh produce.

Owner Bryce Kassulke told CAMPS, “The cellar door is just off the highway so it

Why visit Shark Bay?

Shark Bay World Heritage Area is situated on the Western Australian Coast, it is actually two bays – and it is area you do not want to miss.

Situated north of Kalbarri, and south of Carnarvon on the beautiful WA coastline, all of these favourites are accessible with a conventional

New ownership at Denham Seaside Caravan Park

Denham Seaside is the most westerly Caravan Park in Australia, where you can watch the country’s last sunset from your RV.

We stayed at this caravan park a few years back, and they were kind enough to accommodate us in their overflow area during the busy WA school holidays. 

It was

New budget camp: Ozzy As, NT

Ozzy As is a Camp Area 59 km south of Darwin, and 45 km north of Batchelor, at 335 Old Bynoe Road, Livingstone, Northern Territory.

CAMPS researcher Kym Leech, “Darwin can be seen as expensive. We found several private campgrounds on the outskirts of Darwin.”

He said that when you drive up the

By |January 14th, 2019|Camping, NT|0 Comments|