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If you have upgrades and changes to your park, please let us know! 

Changes to pet friendly status, contact details, affiliation, addition of disabled facilities, playground, even making sure we have a street number listed with the street in the book – please email or call so we have the

Help the camp at Heritage Wines reopen

Heritage Estate Wines are closed for camping, awaiting a permit from council (Site 882 in Camps 10). Situated just north of Stanthorpe, in the Granite Belt of Queensland, known for it’s beautiful wineries and fresh produce.

Owner Bryce Kassulke told CAMPS, “The cellar door is just off the highway so it

New ownership at Denham Seaside Caravan Park

Denham Seaside is the most westerly Caravan Park in Australia, where you can watch the country’s last sunset from your RV.

We stayed at this caravan park a few years back, and they were kind enough to accommodate us in their overflow area during the busy WA school holidays. 

It was

New budget camp: Ozzy As, NT

Ozzy As is a Camp Area 59 km south of Darwin, and 45 km north of Batchelor, at 335 Old Bynoe Road, Livingstone, Northern Territory.

CAMPS researcher Kym Leech, “Darwin can be seen as expensive. We found several private campgrounds on the outskirts of Darwin.”

He said that when you drive up the

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Free camp: Legerwood Memorial Park, Tasmania

The Legerwood Memorial RV Park and Day Use areas are adjacent to each other, with electric bbq’s, picnic tables, playground, toilets, an information centre, shade, water and a cafe across the road. 

Just a short detour off the Tasman Hwy, 86km north of Launceston, the Legerwood Carved Memorial trees are the

“CAMPS is my bible”

We love to hear from fellow travellers. Thanks Chris for this glowing testimonial:

“CAMPS is my bible”

It’s forever sitting on my lap when we travel. We were on the road for 19 years, and 4-5 months each year on the road. We speak to everybody and it always comes up.

Budget camp draws travellers to Eumungerie

Chris Shepherd is a volunteer who helps administer Eumungerie Recreation Reserve (NSW no. 826 in CAMPS 9), between Dubbo and Gilgandra.

The camp has toilets, cold showers, powered sites, BBQ, and it is pet friendly. There is a fire bin and they even provide firewood for free. There is no longer

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Relisted: Woolbrook Hall, NSW

After first mentioned in CAMPS in 2012, Woolbrook Hall in NSW has just been relisted in CAMPS. The Camp Area is behind School of Arts Hall, on the south side of river. There is a toilet, shower, information shelter, playground, and the women’s amenities have disability access. 

Power is available, pets are allowed, plus

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3 FREE new camps in Bunbury, WA

Congratulations to Bunbury Council with 3 new free camps planned.

The Western Australian city announces a trial of overnight rest areas for a period of two years at the following locations:

Wyalup-Rocky Point – Barbecues, ablutions, picnic tables, litter bins, beach showers, drink fountain, ocean views.
Ocean Drive Carpark – (at Scott Street)

Changes to Paskeville campsites, SA

CAMPS has been informed that Paskeville Oval (SA no.284) has been closed for camping. The reason, we were told, was because too many people were leaving a mess. This is not something communities or volunteers should have to deal with.