The Red Centre is internationally famous for good reason, with massive natural wonders like the Ayers Rock and the Olgas in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, the breathtaking sandstone escarpments of Kings Canyon and the contrasting extremes of the MacDonnell ranges high, dry peaks and the cool, fresh sanctuary of
An overnighter – but a beauty! Just a slight detour in off the beaten track, Port Albert is a sleepy fishing village on the Victorian coast that caters well for a few self-contained RVs right on the foreshore.
The town is steeped in maritime history with some of its buildings
Who needs facilities and reception with views like this? Read about this stop and you will hear it described in five-star superlatives.
These breathtaking views are for all to see, or you can take a walking trail for more magical vistas.
Picnic table and fireplace, big rig and pet suitable is
Now known as the Les Jingles Myers Rest Area, this site is still listed as Dumaresq River Camping Area in CAMPS 10 as QLD site 930 or on our Camps Australia Wide App.
This spot is an amazing find, that will surely not disappoint!
With level grassy areas, wooden BBQs and rubbish
How good does this spot look? Especially when it has been so chilly! We know a lot of travellers are on their migration north. Some move in the opposite direction, and make the most of the lack of crowds and choice of spots in our southern states.
We are pleased to add this pet friendly property to our list. This stay is perfect for horse lovers especially as there are more than 60 gentle mannered horses and over 1600 acres of pastures and bush land for you to explore. With horse riding, there’s something for all
Thank you Viv for this review of WA site 216 in Camps 10, or find it on our Camps Australia Wide App!
In WA … off the Albany highway, between Cranbrook and Mt Barker, is Kendenup, at the sporting grounds.
There is power and unpowered sites, very good toilets and showers.
The team at CAMPS send our sad farewell to Kym Leech, who passed away this month.
He and his partner, Lyn Hutton, formed the ‘No Boundaries’ team. They had the enviable job of visiting and photographing campsites all over Australia – and helped us keep the book and app updated.
Kenilworth Bluff Campground is a new addition to the App. It is pet friendly with toilets and showers, fireplaces, shade views and mobile coverage. Highly recommended by CAMPS researchers Graham and Judy Gardiner, they say it is a terrific place for groups and budget priced, too.
There’s a new name for the camp at Pooncarie – known as Padda Park in Camps 10, NSW site 1153. It is now Pooncarie Multi Purpose Park (Wakefied Oval).
Site fees and deposit for key (for power) is payable at Pooncarie Hotel, 9 Tarcoola St.
This site features 1200 acres of dispersed