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A good percentage of camping and caravanning travellers stop at Caravan Parks in Australia. There are thousands to choose from, and you do not need to be self-sufficient. This means they are suitable for all types of camping, from swags, rooftop tents, tents, camper trailers, campers, motorhomes and caravans.
Few have room for Big Rigs, however caravan parks also offer cabins or glamping. Many caravan parks are located in idyllic spots – close to town or beachside.
Many campers start their adventures in caravan parks as you have familiar comforts and facilities from home. Families can seek out extra attractions like water parks, jumping pillows and playgrounds – which means you can enjoy a get together and not even leave the park!
Just use the symbols or the filters to find them in our comprehensive guide books and Camps Australia Wide App!
Located 53 km from Manjimup in Southern WA Western Australia – Shannon National Park is well worth a visit. Wind your way through karri, jarrah and marri giants in a 50 km Great Forest Drive or walk to Snake Gully Lookout and Big Tree Grove. Bring your canoe or kayak to paddle on the Shannon River and dam. Recent upgrades means there are now 60 campsites, two camp huts and upgraded walking trails. Horses are welcome too, in the new horse camp area. CAMPS Ambassador, Manda said, “This was a very unplanned and unknown camp that we stumbled across when
Birds-eye view of the Bullfinch Campground, WA – Images Courtesy @Itinerant Ozzie If you find yourself travelling along the Great Eastern Highway, stop for lunch at Southern Cross, campers tell us the pies are de-lish! If you need somewhere to camp then the little town of Bullfinch is just 30 km north on the Bullfinch Road where you’ll find a budget friendly as well as pet friendly campground. Run by the progress association and local volunteers, it offers toilets, hot showers, drinking water and power hookups for only $15 per night. You’ll need to call ahead and one of the
CAMPS Ambassadors Dale and Tracey from Adams Family Travels show that creek crossings are a way of life in some parts of Australia, like here in the Pilbara. It looks like it is worth it! This camping spot at Kalgan Pool, 54km north of Newman, is all about the journey to get there and not the destination. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89BdRLpSROc We love taking the road less travelled and this was such an epic 4wd track. Most of the 30 km of dirt road travels in or along the Kalgan Creek. There are 6 creek crossings, two of which the creek is actually
At CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE, we don’t only follow up with authorities, but we also have roaming travellers. CAMPS Ambassadors Manda and Daniel advised us about the Eucla Old Telegraph station free camp. Manda said: “We went for a drive and a sticky beak and there is a day use area clearly marked out, but then an additional large cleared gravel area that looks like the area for free camping just to the west and near the track to the beach. We stayed the night here with a few other campers and no-one came to move us on. Just thought the
Boolaboola Parking Area – image Sue McKee One of our great camps spots thanks to you guys. “This spot was about 62ks east of Madura WA. We are travelling from Snowtown in SA and heading west, then up to the Kimberleys across to Cairns and Port Douglas, back down to Rockhampton to cross over to Longreach, down to Lightning Ridge, over to Broken Hill and head back home….we’ve only got 4 months so if by the time we get to Katherine we may head to Longreach and do Cairns etc. or extensively next year. Travelling with my husband who has
Image Courtesy Minds Eye Images Camp among the blue gums at Dunns Ecopark, a nature based camping facility east of Esperance WA. It offers an alternative to beachside camping, nestled amongst pristine bushland and wetlands. It adjoins gorgeous Cape Le Grand National Park and makes the perfect base from which to explore and only 40 km east of Esperance. You can solo or group camp as there’s plenty of room, a camp kitchen, barbeque, picnic area, firepit and toilets are provided. The communal camp kitchen has gas cooking, fridge and microwave. Sites are unpowered, there is a cold beach shower
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