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Travelling the Great Arnhem Road and Nhulunbuy

Travelling the Great Arnhem Road and Nhulunbuy

The designated biosecurity areas in the Northern Territory have been lifted as of June 5, 2020. At this stage, due to Covid-19, individual recreation permits to enter Aboriginal land will not be issued , with the exception of residents and tourism businesses with...

Travelling the Great Arnhem Road and Nhulunbuy

The designated biosecurity areas in the Northern Territory have been lifted as of June 5, 2020. At this stage, due to Covid-19, individual recreation permits to enter Aboriginal land will not be issued , with the exception of residents and tourism businesses with...

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Jundah Hotel Caravan Park is now free!

Jundah Hotel Caravan Park is now free!

by Jed Elmer We are all feeling the pinch financially at the moment, with many campsites and caravan parks increasing their fees year on year, and free sites sometimes feeling a bit 'bare bones'. It’s a rare pleasure to hear about a council bucking the trend and...

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Trip planning for ‘Freedom Explorers’ 

Trip planning for ‘Freedom Explorers’ 

We love receiving traveller's stories. Keith Skinner's Dig Tree Trip in August 2019, is a little different. The first blog is all about the planning, where he outlines his methods and way of travelling this enormous and amazing land. Part 1 by Keith Skinner If you’re...

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Niagara Dam

Niagara Dam

This is a great camp in an interesting historical area. There are three designated campsites – one below the dam wall and two to the west of the dam. It is rugged country, but some level sites are available near the dam. Toilets, BBQ, picnic table, dump...

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Lake Lascelles

Lake Lascelles

This lake is fed by the clean water from the Grampians Wimmera Mallee pipeline. Pull up and enjoy a beverage lakeside as the sun goes down. A known location for water sports and fishing, this top spot is on the edge of the Lake Lascelles in Hopetoun, developed...

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Ludlows Reserve

Ludlows Reserve

If you’d like to wake up to beautiful views of a lake and mountains, here’s your camp spot! You are situated very close to the shores of Lake Hume, and on the 64km High Country Rail Trail. The large grassy area has easy access and a boat ramp. There are toilets,...

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Meredith Park

Meredith Park

A lovely peaceful spot on the shores of Lake Colac, the largest natural freshwater lake in Victoria. Meredith Park has large flat camping areas with easy access, views, and good facilities. There is, water, shade, picnic table, fireplace, mobile phone coverage,...

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Petal Point

Petal Point

Petal Point is a primitive camp situated high on an escarpment looking north across Bass Strait. Situated in the less travelled north east corner of Tasmania, we loved it because of its remoteness and panoramic views. At Petal Point, you need to be fully...

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Mayfield Bay

Mayfield Bay

If you are looking for scenery, this is your spot. There’s good camping, fishing, swimming, surfing and diving, as well as wonderful views across Great Oyster Bay to Freycinet Peninsula. Disabled toilets, shady trees, fireplaces, mobile phone coverage are available,...

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Greenrise Lake

Greenrise Lake

Penola is described as the “perfect place to pause”, and it is a well-earned title. There are more than 20 wineries and cellar doors in Coonawarra – you can even cycle to some from the campgrounds. For self-contained vehicles, it is just outside Penola, with large...

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