Monthly Archives: March 2019

March wrap up

We’ve found a few new campsites lately! Don’t worry, we’ll be sure to spread the word on our blogs in coming months and add into the App. 
 
Oh my goodness, word of mouth must be working because we are selling double the number of Apps now. Thanks for the great

Pub Stay: Hotel Motel 5

With all the changes on the Pacific Highway rest areas, it is good to know there’s a low cost option at South Grafton. Hotel Motel 5 is NSW no. 38 in CAMPS 10. Called “Hotel Motel 5 – Five Mile” on Facebook.

This is free stop if you patronise the hotel.

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    10 Essential Things to Bring on Your Easter RV, Camping or Caravan Adventure

10 Essential Things to Bring on Your Easter RV, Camping or Caravan Adventure

1. Easter fareĀ  Pack your chocolates eggs or bunnies, candy Easter eggs. We buy the candy eggs from Pittsworth, QLD – they are a Easter essential, and sometimes hard to source. If you are off the beaten track, you don’t want to make a trip back for topping up

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    Free Campsite Checklist: 50 Things You MUST Have To Free Camp in Australia

Free Campsite Checklist: 50 Things You MUST Have To Free Camp in Australia

Free Campsite Checklist: 50 Things You MUST Have To Free Camp in Australia
If you want to freedom camp, and stop wherever there is a free site or bush camping, here are a few things you need to pack. So we asked CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE Facebook friends what they consider

Visit Ongerup Caravan Park

Previously called Ongerup Gardens Caravan Park, new owners Lee and Stephen Baker welcome travellers to their corner of WA.

The park is perfectly situated between the Stirling Range and Fitzgerald River National Parks. Home of the Yongergnow Australian Malleefowl Centre with its own aviary as well as a sanctuary for this

Travel to Wuruma, Nambucca and Gympie!

I hope you are on the road right now, having fun! We attended a consultation for the draft RV strategy for our region, and followed it up with a country drive into the Mary Valley – checking on sites.

Our feedback to council was to provide a greater number of

Experience the Nambucca Valley

Here’s a topic I can tell you a bit about! My mum grew up in Nambucca Heads and Bowraville, so we regularly traipsed down to their cottage in Lee Street.

I loved the beach walks, there’s beach after beach – shells, too. Visit the V Wall at Nambucca Heads where the

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    Where has the free campsite been relocated to at Wuruma Dam?

Where has the free campsite been relocated to at Wuruma Dam?

 

Sunwater relocated the campsite at Wuruma Dam, QLD to near the dam wall and spillway, 2.6 km south of the old site. Recreational day use at the foreshore and boat ramp will continue. 

The GPS coordinates for the new designated camping site are: 25 11 48.9 S 150 59 24.5 E

Why the

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    Traveller’s Review: Foreshore Caravan Park, Nambucca Heads

Traveller’s Review: Foreshore Caravan Park, Nambucca Heads

Nev and Alicia Cooper and their dog often stay at the Foreshore Caravan Park at Nambucca Heads, on the northern NSW coast. Please note in your CARAVAN PARKS 5 books NSW site 379, that the park IS pet friendly, there is a BBQ, but not a camp kitchen, and add