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The Block (West Point) - Adams Family Travels
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Fish and camp at The Block, Dirk Hartog Island, Western Australia

The Block (West Point) – Adams Family Travels The Block campsite is located on the north west side of Dirk Hartog Island. It is a great spot for fishermen who love cliff fishing. Unfortunately we had no luck! There is a beach shelter to use which is great if the wind is blowing. This campsite is also a private one which can cater for a few vehicles. There is a drop toilet and they also have a cubicle that you can hang your own shower in. It is also a great spot to be able to see whales and dolphins passing

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Port Gibbon Beach - Image by Overland Exposure
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NEW: Port Gibbon a beachside camping oasis, South Australia

Port Gibbon Beach – Image by Overland Exposure Less than 4 km south of Port Gibbon, South Australia – you’ll find Point Gibbon The Dunes – the newest listing for CAMPS. Said CAMPS Ambassadors, Manda and Dan, “We are in love! We are planning to spend as many days as possible here, because well, why not!!” Suitable for RVs and Big Rigs, it is $50/week with a 14 night time limit. Alternatively, only $10 per night for gorgeous views of the coastline. Permits are available from Beach Rd or Council Office. They said, “BYO water, dog friendly, rubbish bins provided

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Sandon River - Image credit Cathie and Allan Bromwich
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National Park gem: Sandon River, New South Wales

Sandon River – Image credit Cathie and Allan Bromwich Budget priced camping with million dollar views. And there are toilets! Not flushing, but when you are in a National Park campground, with wildlife, as well as countless beaches and waterways surrounding you, who cares?This peninsula is a favourite for my NSW nephews. Right on the Sandon River mouth, you have river on one side and protected ocean on the other. Brooms Head village is 12.5km away and there is 9 km of gravel road to the campground, which varies in condition. At times it may not be suitable for some caravans or vehicles. Check

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Moreton Island - image Steve & Cecily Webster
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Webster family trip, Queensland

Moreton Island – image Steve & Cecily Webster Hello Heatley, We had a 4 week trip during October/November using the App on many occasions. Our trip took us west from Brisbane,  north to Aramac to see the sculptures, then east for a coastal trip to home. Whilst we have had the books for our travels since 2011, I like the app because you include some information about the area we plan to stay in, and also directions for getting there rather than just the coordinates. We very much appreciate the work that Michelle and you, and your team, do towards

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Red Bluff, Western Australia - Image by Adams Family Travels
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World renowned surfing when you camp at Red Bluff, Western Australia

Red Bluff, Western Australia – Image by Adams Family Travels Red Bluff, Western Australia is where you can choose your accommodation – from camping or palm frond humpies, fishing shacks, cottages through to luxury eco safari tents on top of the Red Bluff cliffs. At 54 km N of Quobba Homestead, turnoff 44 km N of station, and drive 10 km rough dirt road to campsite.  It is suitable for off road caravans and has toilets, a dump point, fireplaces and views! It also has the CAMPS tick of approval. Quobba Station is located on the southern tip of the

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Burners Beach, South Australia - image Danielle Quartermaine Thompson
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Budget camping at Burners Beach, South Australia

Danielle Quartermaine Thompson posted photos of Burners Beach, Yorke Peninsula, SA and said it was “peaceful, serene and relaxing”. This favourite camping area is 12 km west of Point Turton. Pet friendly, it has toilets are fireplaces. Fishing, boating and swimming are also available. All designated bush camping grounds are subject to a fee and a permit must be obtained prior to setting up camp Camping is now permitted at Daly Head (permit required) All camping permits will be recorded on a central data base The permit will not be restricted to a particular camp ground, but will allow you

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Mutee Head - Overland Exposure
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“Best camp on Queensland’s Cape York”: Mutee Head

CAMPS Ambassadors, Manda and Daniel from Overland Exposure shared these Queensland photos and declared: “Honestly, the best camp in the Cape! Beach front, off grid, small and quiet, beach walks, sunsets, camp fires, hammock laying, turtles, dolphins – just amazingness! We finally hit the road South and went to Mutee Head Turtle Camp for 2 nights. We checked this out a few days back and loved it. We looked forward to some quiet off grid camping with amazing views, not that Seisia was bad lol, this just had the possibilities of turtles too! It did not disappoint! We saw dolphins

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Brooms Head Caravan Park, NSW - image Shannon Steuerwald
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Absolute beachfront:  Brooms Head Caravan Park, New South Wales 

Have you been to Brooms Head on the NSW North Coast? What a beautiful location, and only 20 minutes drive from the Pacific Highway!  Brooms Head Holiday Park has room for Big Rigs, there’s a playground and boat ramp – a great spot for fishing and swimming. And as you can see from the video below – magical views! You just can’t get any closer to the beach – choose from spacious hilltop cabins, beachfront camping and van sites. The park was pet friendly in low season, but it is now pet free. With five amenities blocks, cabins and villas,

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Weipa - image Overland Exposure
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Amazing beach views: Weipa Camping Ground, Queensland

Have you visited Weipa? Located on Albatross Bay on the western side of Cape York Peninsula – it is right on the Gulf of Carpentaria. Renowned for fishing, wilderness and beaches, this mining town is seriously remote: 800 km drive from Cairns, and 200 km from ‘The Tip’. CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE ambassadors, Overland Exposure, visited Weipa Camping Ground recently and said, “Amazing site with beach views! Some unpowered sites are large and have water views, others not so ask when booking. Kids’ playground, refreshing pool, restaurant to eat at with outdoor dining which was nice. Woolies and shops just outside.”

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