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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!
Bremer Bay Beaches owner, David Harder invites you to Bremer Bay, the only place to see Orcas in the wild, in Australia. He says, “Our caravan park is closest to the departure point for Orca tours with Whale Watch Western Australia and Naturalist Charters.” The canyon tours run from January 1 to April. Then in winter, southern right and humpbacks arrive for land based whale watching. A short drive off the highway, between Esperance and Albany, “Beaches” sits at the gateway to the Point Henry Peninsula and the Indian Ocean. With easy access to Bremer Bay’s eight pristine beaches, Enjoy fishing, swimming, 4WD
Wadjemup Rottnest Island is best known for the cute quokkas. But did you know it also offers camping? You can, only don’t take your RV. Tents only. CAMPS Ambassadors, Amanda and Dan shared their day on Rottnest Island: “We took the mountain bike and EUC over to check out the Quokka’s and the island. Previous Next Enjoyed a pub style lunch, had a snorkel at the beach and I worked my hamstrings and glutes like they have never been worked before. “Have you ridden around Rottnest? Did you know there were so many hills? I didn’t!” Check
Granite Sky Walk, WA – Image Overland Exposure CAMPS Ambassador, Manda said “Albany Region in WA seems to like you pushing yourself and your limits to walk at heights! The Gap and Granite Sky Walk are both 20-30minutes out of Albany. The Granite Sky Walk is not for the faint hearted, it is a 2km hike which is a constant climb, then a huge boulder manoeuvre, a ladder and then walking on a platform on the edge of the granite boulder. The Gap (at Torndirrup National Park) is not as difficult, even wheelchair/pram friendly.” “When you come to places like this, you
In an Australian-first the ‘Giants of Mandurah’ have come to life in a spectacular free exhibition of larger-than-life hidden sculptures by world-renowned Danish artist, Thomas Dambo CAMPS Ambassadors, Daniel and Manda from Overland Exposure, said they look amazing, it is proving to be a popular trail! Six Giants have been built in secret locations throughout Mandurah and the Peel region – plus an additional one in Subiaco – and will be waiting for explorers of all ages and abilities to come and find them in an interactive sculpture trail. The sculptures will reside in their hiding spots for at least
Lucky Bay, Kalbarri – Images Adams Family Travels Most people know Lucky Bay near Esperance in WA but there is also a Lucky Bay campground 46km south of Kalbarri and it doesn’t disappoint. Both are wonderful bases to explore two unique National Parks – one on the west coast the other on the south. For us it was, regretfully, the last beach stop in WA before we crossed the border. Lucky Bay, Kalbarri How does a protected bay, reef, massive sand dunes and a budget campground only 50 metres to the beach sound? As you travel 2km down a gravel
An update for campers – We closed Site number 452 during production of our new Camps 12 budget edition and unfortunately the number did not get reassigned and appears on Map 166 in Western Australia at coordinates J1. Please update your books to remove it from Camps 12. You will however find Bullara Station in our current Camps Pendium edition site number 700.
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