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Best of The Beach & the Bush – Warroora Station Stay, Western Australia,

Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Warroora Station Stay where the Outback meets the Ocean. This pristine part of Australia will have you longing to return time and time again.   Warroora (pronounced Warra)  is a cattle station with the stunning Ningaloo Reef Coastline as its western border.  The region offers camping in a range of wilderness campsites along 50 km of its coastline including 14 Mile, Sandy Point, The Lagoon, Black Moon Cliff, Elle’s Beach, Maggies and Stevens Surf Break all booked through and managed by WA Parks & Wildlife or bush camping on the Station Stay. 14

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Jennacubbine Tavern
Camping

Two sites to choose from at Jennacubbine Tavern & Hall, WA

There’s two sites to choose from at our newest free camp listing in Western Australia.  This country pub stay with its welcoming atmosphere is only 10 km off the highway – is the Jennacubbine Tavern.  Friendly owners Michelle and Brett offer free camping with plenty of room and level sites, they also leave access open to the toilets.   Hearty pub meals are served Thursday – Saturday and Sunday lunches, with pizza and steak nights popular. You can also camp at the hall, across the road. For just $10 per night, they provide toilets, showers and power is available to boil

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Coonalpyn Caravan Park, South Australia
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A free caravan park at Coonalpyn, South Australia

Who doesn’t love a freebie! We have to give a shout out to Coorong District Council managing Coonalpyn Caravan Park also known as the Coonalpyn Soldiers Memorial Park. The park underwent some refurbishment earlier this year and council opted to charge no fees during that time, and have decided to continue that model for the time being and you will only pay as you use with a $5 fee for the shower.  No bookings, first come first served! Coonalpyn, in the Coorong region, in the south east corner of South Australia, has a local hotel, bakery coffee shop plus a

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Burekup Oval & Hall
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Burekup & Dardanup – 2 new free camps in WA

Burekup Hall Oval Image Courtesy Michael & Maureen Lennon There are two new free camps to add to your travels in Western Australia,  around 20 minutes east of Bunbury in the Dardanup Shire.  We’re happy to announce the re-opening of Burekup Hall (pronounced burra-cup) beside Gardiner Reserve. The site had been closed earlier this year by council, pending community consultation and feedback on its future. It re-opened recently and recreational Vehicles can camp within the designated bays of the RV Parking Area for a maximum of 24 hours within any six (6) consecutive days. A limit of 3 vehicles are

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Hidden Camp at Pie Creek, Gympie, Queensland
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NEW CAMP: Hidden Camp at Pie Creek, Gympie, Queensland

Our latest listing is a favourite with campers. Tucked away just 10 minutes west of Gympie you’ll find Hidden Camp at Pie Creek, a 6.5 acre property where you can get back to nature. The perfect destination … close to most things but still away from everything! Families will love it here, you can bring the kids, dog, push bikes and canoe. Enjoy a campfire in season in the fire pits provided and there’s plenty of firewood available. The camp offers a pretty view, there’s a camp kitchen and bar setup near the dam, with lights, barbeque, fridge/freezer and some

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New Listings: 100+ Murray River National Parks in South Australia

All Images courtesy of the Department for Environment and Water, SA There’s been some changes in the many riverside campsites that are nestled in the Murray River National Park. Sites we had listed previously known as Lock 4, Eckerts and Katarapko Creek are now all listed for booking under simply Katarapko from the National Parks and Wildlife Service website. We’ll be updating our app shortly to relist all these sites with their new names. This includes favourites like Booky Cliffs and Sawmill campsites as well as the large Causeway camp for group bookings. There are over 55 campsites along the

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Lilydale Falls, Tasmania
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Lilydale Falls Reserve – North East Tasmania

Travel_and_tassie via Instagram While heading off on an early morning trip towards the Meander Valley, it was an opportunity to stop at the Lilydale Falls Reserve about 25 km east of Launceston, just on the outskirts of the village of Lilydale.  The spot is popular for a picnic, to camp or for bushwalking.  (Above image @Travel_and_tassie via Instagram ) The reserve is a leafy, shaded haven, with lots of birdlife and plenty of room for vehicles,  caravans, motorhomes or to camp up for one night. There is an undercover area with bbq, a playground for the kids, picnic tables, toilets, bins

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Wedged Tailed Eagle Retreat courtesy Mark Howarth
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A Farmstay Retreat for Eagles, Trigwell WA

Drone images by Mark Howarth If you are looking to find the perfect spot to relax, then Wedged Tailed Eagle Retreat might be just the ticket. Nestled beside the Blackwood River in Trigwell, south of Perth, WA, this Farmstay offers bush camping on a beautiful farm with over 40 acres of bush walking, canoeing, wildlife and more. Silvie is a lovely host who will make you feel welcome, as she delights in sharing her paradise with you. She grows organic produce, can supply you with firewood and provides basic amenities like shower and toilet at the homestead, around 300 metres

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Djarindjin Campground
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New Site in remote far North Western Australia Djarindjin Roadhouse

Images Courtesy Djarindjin Campground There’s a brand new campground and caravan park at the Djarindjin Roadhouse in far north WA, just south of Cape Leveque.  With the recent closing of Kooljaman at Cape Leveque it is timely that a new site has opened up not far away. Djarindjin has modern amenities and large powered sites and is accessible off the sealed Cape Leveque Road. It makes the perfect stopover if you are heading for the Kimberley or exploring the Dampier Peninsula.    There are 37 powered and 10 unpowered sites, with camp kitchen and barbeque, flushing toilets and hot showers, as

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