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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!
When you are in the dry Pilbara region of Western Australia, how good is it to find a campground that has riverside frontage, a beautiful red gorge and it is free! Access is for 4WD vehicles and offroad RVs.
If you are travelling east, Wiluna in Western Australia, is your starting point for two of the most isolated and iconic four wheel drive desert roadtrips in Australia!
El Questro Station on the has opened for the season! You should always check conditions before you leave Kununurra
We only stayed one night at Home Valley Station on the Gibb River Road, Western Australia – but it is a place I would love to return here to The Kimberley. Why? 1. It was the location we decided to continue our lap of Australia. Initially we had seven weeks – we had worked and played our way through outback NSW, touching the Murray in Victoria and South Australia – travelling up the centre and looping through the Top End. Relaxed, at this bar, we decided to keep going! And we did. 2. We received an upgrade! They were revamping
Have you visited Pinjarra, near Mandurah, only an hour south of Perth? And did you know Australia had another Murray River? Pinjarra RV Parking Area in Western Australia is a free camp and within walking distance of the town centre. You’ll find picnic tables, shade and the dump point is about 100 metres away. Additionally, it is pet friendly and there is room for Big Rigs. There is space for 15 recreational vehicles, with a maximum stay of 24 hours only. There must be 5 consecutive nights between any of your stays here. Where to eat Make sure you stop at Pinjarra
Have you visited the $5.2 million campground and boating facilities at Lake Kepwari, near Collie?
Formerly an open-cut coalmine, the site has been transformed into a water-based tourism hub
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