Philip

About Philip Fennell

CEO (Chief Exploring Officer) at Camps Australia Wide

Camping with Kids

More and more Australian families are choosing to take a few months, or even years, out of the rat-race in exchange for adventures travelling around the country. Instead of the daily grind, they choose to explore the great outdoors and wake up each morning to a new view.

By |February 15th, 2018|General|0 Comments|

Australia Quarantine for Travellers

Travelling interstate, check out the latest information from Australian Quarantine.  

Click below to go to Australian Interstate Quarantine and download the guide so have a copy  when travelling.

By |February 1st, 2018|General|0 Comments|

Working While Travelling Around Australia

An increasing number of Australians are hitting the road to explore the best the country has to offer. Domestic caravan travellers and campers were on the road for a collective 5.16 million nights in 2016, creating $1.8 billion of revenue for cabins, camp sites, and caravan sites.

By |January 3rd, 2018|General|0 Comments|

Caravan and Tow Vehicle Towing Capacity

When it comes to towing a caravan, there is definitely more than meets the eye involved in the process. To an outsider it looks simple enough, but any seasoned caravanner knows that it can get very complicated.

Camping With Dogs

Guest post by PIA Australia

Thinking of taking your four-legged companion on a camping adventure this summer? Pet Insurance Australia catches up with Camps Australia Wide to get the facts about camping with dogs. PLUS; some top tips to ensure you are prepared.

Silo Art Trail VIC Wimmwea/Mallee region

Celebrate the rich heritage of Victoria’s Wimmera/Mallee region with a journey along the 200km Silo Art Trail, soon to become the country’s biggest outdoor gallery. Cruise from town to town and witness this innovative art project that sees renowned street artists from Australia and across the globe transform wheat

Cumberland Historic Mine Site

Cumberland is a ghost town the Shire of Etheridge in Queensland , located approximately 20 kilometres (12 mi) west of Georgetown on the Gulf Development Road

It’s a great free overnight stop with a large area to park a number of RV’s. There is a long drop toilet.

There is a bird watching area

Callipoe River Picnic Area QLD

Calliope River Picnic Area is a low-maintenance rest area, located 26km west of Gladstone and 100km south of Rockhampton, beside the Calliope River. Visitors have the option of setting up camp above the river on the high northern side or  on the southern side.

The northern side can be accessed

Playing Tetris; Video Game Lessons in Caravan Packing

If you’re embarking on an adventure in your caravan, a Big Lap or something a bit shorter (but no less exciting!), there is a lot involved in organising your trip. Destination planning, understanding caravan and vehicle weights, learning how to tow confidently, developing an emergency plan and undertaking first

Alpine National Park in Summer

Pack the tent or the van and head to the Alpine National Park in the warmer months. Make camp in snow gum woodlands at Lake Catani or camp amid wildflowers at Falls Creek. Cool off and cast a line in the Rocky Valley Dam or waterways in the Kiewa