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Coolum Beach Holiday Park, Coolum, Queensland
Beaches & Coasts

Coolum Beach Holiday Park, Coolum, Queensland

I visited Coolum last week and checked out the only Coolum caravan park – and it’s a beautiful one in a brilliant location. With at least 3 beach entrances, the surf and sand are right on your doorstep! There’s a park and playground on either side – outside the park. A bottle-o, supermarket, shops and eateries are over the road- plus the Coolum Surf Club next door. Bring your bike as you can cycle or walk both north and south on the coast path. Plus you can climb Mt Coolum. When we stayed, the kids loved having the shops so

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Caravan Parks

New owners and new name: Dumbara Burru Caravan Park, Western Australia

As the new managers of the Dumbara Burru Caravan Park (formerly West Kimberley Lodge & Caravan Park), the Winun Ngari Aboriginal Corporation invites you to enjoy this little slice of paradise set amongst tropical gardens. Kick back and relax in its child free, tranquil surroundings or get involved in the community art space. Dumbara features 20 shady powered sites, 16 unpowered sites and is pet friendly for smaller dogs. It is open seasonally from May – November. The site has a full suite of facilities including toilets and showers with disabled access, drinking water, dump point, laundry as well as

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Mission Beach Camping & Caravan Park
Beaches & Coasts

New Listing – Mission Beach Camping & Caravan Park, Queensland

Mission Beach Camping & Caravan Park lies on a quiet stretch of the Tropical North Queensland coast between Cairns & Townsville. Offering absolute beachfront access to white sandy beaches with 50 pet-friendly sites for camping and caravans and views out to Dunk Island​.   It combines World Heritage rainforest alongside 14 kilometres of pristine beach. Just a short walk to the town centre, Mission Beach Camping and Caravan Park delivers a quiet, laid-back vibe with easy access to a long list of activities.  Though the amenities are simple, they are maintained to the highest standard while they work on plans to

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Standown Park QLD
Camping

Standown Park, Queensland

Between Gympie and the Cooloola Coast, is a little oasis called Standown Park, QLD site 212 in Camps 11, 256 in Caravan Parks 5 or find it on the Camps Australia Wide App.  As we turned into their road, kangaroos were there to welcome us.  The pet friendly caravan park has powered sites and budget unpowered out of the way sites as there are 18 acres beside forestry, set amongst gardens, wide open spaces and memorial walls.  Standown is a military term for ‘rest/relax’ and that is exactly what you do here. Independently owned, Pam and Rod Elkington say the property was originally a ginger, pumpkin and watermelon farm

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Eumundi RV Stop Over
Camping

Eumundi RV Stop Over: top spot but still closed, Queensland

On our way back home, we stopped into the Eumundi Markets and the Eumundi RV Stop Over. We noted it says it is still closed due to COVID (which you will see on the Camps Australia Wide App), so we put in a query. Here’s there reply, that they are: “just not an RV park but also a very busy car park on market days. We have plans to re-open over coming months and once we do, we will be putting the information up on our website…. We are limited to 20 per night…” We thought it looked a great

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Image by Big4 River Myall Holiday Resort
Camping

Bulahdelah awaiting reopening of key campgrounds

Image by Big4 River Myall Holiday Resort The last time we were Buladelah, we were very impressed. Here was a town that had been bypassed by the Pacific Highway – yet, there were caravans everywhere!  Set on the beautiful Myall River with mountainous backdrop, the town boasts beautiful picnic areas, 4 free/budget camps and a caravan park. Instead of businesses suffering from the bypass, by offering a range of accommodation for RV travellers, their tourism flourished.  However two campgrounds are still temporarily closed.  Bulahdelah Lions Park  This riverside park is NSW site 91 in CAMPS 11. It is currently a donation site,

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Eighty Mile Beach Caravan Park - image by Kerrie Wall
Beaches & Coasts

Visit: Eighty Mile Beach Caravan Park, Western Australia

image by Kerrie Wall Have you visited Western Australia’s longest beach? Located between Broome and Port Hedland – you’ll find an oasis with wonderful fishing, white sands and shells! Just a short walk over the dune you can stay at Eighty Mile Beach Caravan Park with grassy, powered and drive-through sites, toilets, showers (accessible amenities, too), fresh water, BBQ, camp kitchen, shop, shade and dump point. No pets. Enjoy four-wheel driving, swimming, walking, birdwatching and did we mention the sunsets? The best time to visit is June to August. As a significant flatback turtle rookery, you can watch turtles lay

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Bellinger River Tourist Park NSW
Camping

Stay at Bellinger River Tourist Park, New South Wales

  Bellinger River Tourist Park is located at Repton, between Urunga and Coffs Harbour, on the New South Wales North Coast. Big thanks to Debbie Witt for sending through these photos between kayak trips, fishing and family time out these holidays. This pet friendly caravan park has all the features – swimming pool with kid’s pool, children’s playground, private boat ramp, dump point, on site shop, camp kitchen and BBQ (pictured) plus awesome river frontage! Find it on the new updated CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE App and CARAVAN PARKS 5 book. Things to do and see nearby: Browse markets in nearby

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Riverglade Caravan Park Tumut NSW - image Michelle Dubois
Caravan Parks

Riverside at Riverglade Caravan Park, Tumut, New South Wales

  This park has prime position, right on the Tumut River in the Visit Snowy Mountains region. You can fish, use the playground with swings, slippery dips and climbing bars. There is a grassed volleyball area, too. The BBQ area has seating for 40+ people, and has a lounge and TV, and bathrooms are recently refurbished.  There are lots of cabins to choose from, including some riverside. Pets are allowed out of peak periods. Find the listing in the Caravan Parks 5 book or the #campsaustraliawideapp Do and See: Walking tracks Festival of the Falling Leaf in March/April Yarrangobilly Caves Kosciuszko National

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