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Camps 10 release and our summer news

Happy New Year! Summer is here, it’s time for the beach or stationing yourself beside some water. This newsletter travels from Queensland, to NT and onto WA, with more top spots for you to visit. 

2019 couldn’t have had a busier start for us, with pre-sales opening for our brand new

By |January 14th, 2019|General|0 Comments|

Help the camp at Heritage Wines reopen

Heritage Estate Wines are closed for camping, awaiting a permit from council (Site 882 in Camps 10). Situated just north of Stanthorpe, in the Granite Belt of Queensland, known for it’s beautiful wineries and fresh produce.

Owner Bryce Kassulke told CAMPS, “The cellar door is just off the highway so it

Why visit Shark Bay?

Shark Bay World Heritage Area is situated on the Western Australian Coast, it is actually two bays – and it is area you do not want to miss.

Situated north of Kalbarri, and south of Carnarvon on the beautiful WA coastline, all of these favourites are accessible with a conventional

New ownership at Denham Seaside Caravan Park

Denham Seaside is the most westerly Caravan Park in Australia, where you can watch the country’s last sunset from your RV.

We stayed at this caravan park a few years back, and they were kind enough to accommodate us in their overflow area during the busy WA school holidays. 

It was

New budget camp: Ozzy As, NT

Ozzy As is a Camp Area 59 km south of Darwin, and 45 km north of Batchelor, at 335 Old Bynoe Road, Livingstone, Northern Territory.

CAMPS researcher Kym Leech, “Darwin can be seen as expensive. We found several private campgrounds on the outskirts of Darwin.”

He said that when you drive up the

By |January 14th, 2019|Camping, NT|0 Comments|

How to find jobs for travellers

Working bees are are part of life when volunteering for Nature Foundation SA (pictured at Hiltaba) Linda recently contacted us, wanting to know where she can access a list of job availability at caravan parks or campgrounds – relieving owners when on holidays, or helping them out in busy

Oh, Christmas Tree

What a whirlwind we’ve had – Christmas parties, a folk festival, flights and ferrying kids to holiday jobs – so much so, our tree is not even decorated yet, and not a present wrapped! 

We had quick trips to Sydney and Melbourne last week, and we did squeeze in Andrew

By |December 17th, 2018|General|0 Comments|

See the turtles at Mon Repos

Definitely a thing for your bucket list. 

The turtles were THE reason we stayed at Bargara Beach Caravan Park. Mon Repos supports the Pacific region’s largest breeding population of loggerhead turtles, and the largest nesting marine turtles on the eastern mainland Australia.

Of course we found lots of other lovely things to

Tried and tested: Bargara Beach Caravan Park

Bargara Beach Caravan Park is located across the road from the patrolled beach, and playgrounds at Neilsen Park, on the northern side of town.

The park was quiet and friendly. Even though there was a major surf lifesaving carnival on that weekend, there was still ample spaces, plenty of shade,

Free camp: Legerwood Memorial Park, Tasmania

The Legerwood Memorial RV Park and Day Use areas are adjacent to each other, with electric bbq’s, picnic tables, playground, toilets, an information centre, shade, water and a cafe across the road. 

Just a short detour off the Tasman Hwy, 86km north of Launceston, the Legerwood Carved Memorial trees are the