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
CAMPS Researcher, Graham Gardiner was very impressed with the quality of this free camp, and wanted to say, “Thank you Kambalda and to the friendly council ranger who welcomed us”.
It is a find for any family – with BBQ, covered playground, free tennis court, skatepark and sports field close
Waratah Wynyard Council advised CAMPS last year that Boat Harbour Beach, had never been an official camp site. We are pleased to here that council has allowed freedom camping. This site is now in our App. Please add back to your CAMPS 10: 108 E6 (GPS: 40 55 37
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With stunning landscapes and no facilities, this is a great overnight stop, with amazing views and colours at sunset and dawn. Previous owners of CAMPS, Cathryn and Philip said they always stop here. Others will tell you it is the best stop on the Great
13 February 2019 by Peter Gutwein, Treasurer
There is no better place that caters for the free and low cost camping market.
Importantly, visitors and locals alike continue to enjoy camping, and no camping sites have closed, or are flagged to close.
There has been a review into the practical application of the
The Scottsdale Northeast Park was so busy, I dropped in to see why it was so popular over the Australia Day weekend. I said hello to a great couple from Gippsland, Ron and Lee Harwood.
I caught them enjoying a breakfast of pancakes and local blueberries. Along with another camper
Gavin Scrimgeour from Heathmont, Victoria, wrote in to tell CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE to let travellers know that Farina Township now has a bakery!
Gavin told us, “My involvement in the Farina Restoration has been as they say ‘An Arm Chair Quarterback’ not directly involved in doing the heavy lifting.
“After passing through
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