Anne and Wayne Tomsen invite you to stay when them when you are next near Burra. Burra is at an important crossroads – from here you can travel north to the Red Centre or via the Barrier highway to Broken Hill NSW, west to the Yorke Peninsula or even WA, or travel east to Berri and Victoria. But don’t make the mistake of simply driving through.
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
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.
Bargara Beach Caravan Park is located across the road from the patrolled beach, and playgrounds at Neilsen Park, on the northern side of town.
The park was quiet and friendly. Even though there was a major surf lifesaving carnival on that weekend, there was still ample spaces, plenty of shade,
Housework. Piles of washing. Mess. Groceries. One computer smouldering and one phone line down (our CAMPS line survived the storm). Then the ultimate – dealing with Telstra.
Oh, take me back to last weekend, we scrambled three nights and managed to have our entire crew, and some of their mates,
Caravan Parks Australia Wide 5 (our new 2019 edition) is now available on pre-order.
The book will be shipped late December – estimates are for after Christmas. Including free shipping, you can purchase it now, and you will be amongst the first deliveries, hot off the press.
Already, the bookings are
Last weekend we realised our caravan plus the tow A-frame is closer to 24 foot, not 23. When you visit Main Beach Caravan Park, if yours is a similar length, ask for a longer site.
Just a moderate sized park in-between Southport and Surfers Paradise, QLD, the staff were welcoming,
A big thanks to Rob Jeffrey, who describes himself as a Grey Nomad, for this campground update and photos: Another low cost camp no longer as it was.
Wildflowers are on show now spring is here. In the Eastern Wheatbelt of Western Australia, the town of Kulin is going above and beyond to attract us RV travelers.
Located in the town’s centre, the Kulin Caravan Park (WA no. 125 in CAMPS 9) guests contribute an amount which they
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