That’s the name of one of our newest listings. Named because you’ll be camping on the banks of Yabba Creek at the Crossing Number One. Only 3 km out of Imbil, in the Mary Valley, Queensland – if you reach the crossing, you’ve gone too far. Owners, Lian
Thanks to Phil Hughes for this update.
We are staying at a free camp on the Little Mulgrave Creek, approx 11kms west of Gordonvale and 46kms east of Atherton, Queensland. Co ordinates: 17 8’ 22” S 145 43”26” E.
From Gordonvale you travel 11kms on Gillies Highway, turn right where a
When CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE hears about about new campgrounds being set up by teenagers, we think it is worthwhile sharing the story. Kadee Clarke (pictured on the right) told me it is best to list the phone number of her business partner, Hannah (her older brother’s girlfriend, on the
Tozer’s Bushcamp near Bremer Bay, WA will be a new listing in CAMPS 10. There’s amenities, fireplaces, BBQ and picnic tables, mobile phone coverage and pets allowed (under control). Carron Stevenson sent us this report and images.
It’s all in bush and wildflowers and orchids abound, including the Queen of Sheba which is flowering now.
Julie Lee and husband Mark have a working cattle property called ‘Birchgrove’ in the rural Queensland town of Aramara, with a camping area in one section called Arvos Camp. Julie wrote to us about their new venture: After travelling Australia for 2 laps during …
In light of the royals Harry and Meghan’s visit to Fraser Island, we thought it was high time to add more campsites to the App and CAMPS 10. In addition to Cathedrals on Fraser listed in Caravan Parks 4, we now have four more campgrounds and six dump points
A big thanks to Rob Jeffrey, who describes himself as a Grey Nomad, for this campground update and photos: Another low cost camp no longer as it was.
Visit Alroy Station, a working sheep and cattle station situated in remote Outback Queensland, for wildlife and bird watching, bush walks, yabbies and fishing, spectacular night skies and stargazing, peace and quiet, photography and wide open space.
The open camp fire has wood supplied – there are camp oven packs
Thanks to Geoff Eardley for his update from South Australia:
My wife and I recently went to Head of Bight to view the whales, a very worthwhile trip.
On the road to Head of Bight, 1.9 km west of the Eyre Highway, at the gate which closes off the whale watching