Monthly Archives: February 2019

Tasmanian camping is open for business

13 February 2019 by Peter Gutwein, Treasurer
There is no better place that caters for the free and low cost camping market.

Importantly, visitors and locals alike continue to enjoy camping, and no camping sites have closed, or are flagged to close.

There has been a review into the practical application of the

CAMPS 10 has arrived!

It’s here, the much anticipated CAMPS 10 is shipping out of the warehouse to homes across Australia, from today! Our preorders were so popular – it was unprecedented. With 950 new sites added since CAMPS 9, the latest Hema maps and a new look – it is no wonder. 

The

Stay at Burra Caravan and Camping Park

Anne and Wayne Tomsen invite you to stay when them when you are next near Burra. Burra is at an important crossroads – from here you can travel north to the Red Centre or via the Barrier highway to Broken Hill NSW, west to the Yorke Peninsula or even WA, or travel east to Berri and Victoria. But don’t make the mistake of simply driving through.

Scottsdale Northeast Park – Tasmania

The Scottsdale Northeast Park was so busy, I dropped in to see why it was so popular over the Australia Day weekend. I said hello to a great couple from Gippsland, Ron and  Lee Harwood.
I caught them enjoying a breakfast of pancakes and local blueberries. Along with another camper

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    Help keep our campgrounds cleaner and safer with the push of a button

Help keep our campgrounds cleaner and safer with the push of a button

Ron Harwood (who we met in the Northeast Camp at Scottsdale)  introduced us to a new app we hadn’t heard of before called Snap, Send, Solve.    It is a free app and it is helping community members all over Australia and New Zealand report issues to local councils, utilities

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