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Borumba Deer Park, Imbil, Mary Valley Gympie Region, QLD
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Family friendly: Borumba Deer Park, Imbil, Queensland

CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE loves Borumba Deer Park – and keep coming back. As you can see from the photos we tend to visit with other families, we’ve been there for summer breaks, karaoke nights, as well as boating on nearby Borumba Dam. Here’s a perspective from a younger family, and Sunshine Coast local, Emma Thompson. Camping with a 5-year-old and an energetic dog as a single Mum certainly has its challenges but once I had worked out the basics, like how to put a tent up on your own (in case you were wondering the answer was an Instant Up’ tent), then there

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Lake Argyle Caravan and Camping Park, WA - Adams Family Travels
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Swim with crocodiles at Lake Argyle, Western Australia

Hire the BBQ Boat on Lake Argyle, WA – image Adams Family Travels Lake Argyle Caravan and Camping Park is located 70km east of Kununurra in the amazing Kimberley region. They offer a range of villas, cabins, powered and unpowered sites to suit all travellers. You can enjoy a meal in the beer garden and there is also regular live entertainment on the grass area. The infinity pool would have to be one of the most photographed pools in Australia (also one of the coldest). Enjoy spectacular views of Lake Argyle and the surrounding ranges while enjoying a swim. There

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Southern Lost City, Northern Territory
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Hike and camp at Southern Lost City, Northern Territory

When you look at these amazing photos, can you believe this is a site you can camp at? This budget national park site is 4WD only – suitable for caravans, tents (including roof tops and swags) and camper trailers. You’ll find toilets, picnic tables and fire pits. It is not pet friendly and generators are not permitted at night. Karen Putna shared her photos of the park and said, “Southern Lost City (is) between Lorella Springs and Butterfly Falls on the Savannah Way. An amazing 2/3 hour walk to do the circuit.” If you want to be remote, or like

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Cobbold Gorge - image Overland Exposure
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Must See: Cobbold Gorge, Queensland

Hidden in the Gulf Savannah of Queensland is a natural wonder you will want to put on your bucket list. CAMPS Ambassadors Dan and Manda cruised the gorge and trekked the walls, capturing these beautiful images. The only access to this unique landmark is via a guided tour. The rugged sandstone cliffs are up to 19 metres high, and includes an area of about 80 square kilometres. The gorge narrows to just 2 metres in places which indicates that it is the youngest known gorge in Queensland today. Be wowed by the geological processes you will see! They stayed at

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Secret Lake Retreat, New South Wales
Budget Campsite

NEW LISTING: Secret Lake Retreat, New South Wales

Budget priced, pet friendly, modern amenities, big rigs, fishing, swimming – here’s a new camp that has the lot! Secret Lake Retreat officially opened for December 2021, and is live in the Camps Australia Wide App. Situated north west of Lawrence, in the Clarence Valley, on the NSW north coast, west of Yamba. There are over 800 acres of bushland to explore and a gorgeous 60 acre private lake! You’ll find sandstone outcrops, waterholes, seasonal creeks and no nearby neighbours, a perfect destination for a relaxing retreat. So new, not all sites have been fully levelled. With unallocated sites, just

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4WD to the Homestead Camp, Dirk Hartog Island, Western Australia

The Homestead Campground – Images by Adams Family Travels Here’s an update from CAMPS Ambassadors, Dale and Tracey from Adams Family Travels: The Homestead Camp is located approximately 20 km from the barge landing. There are plenty of campsites here, including some suitable for groups. Most people will spend their last night here before they leave the island as it is close to the barge and it can be an early departure time for some. There are toilet and shower facilities as well as a camp kitchen. We enjoyed a coffee from the Inscription Bar & Cafe in the morning

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Weipa - image Overland Exposure
Beaches & Coasts

Amazing beach views: Weipa Camping Ground, Queensland

Have you visited Weipa? Located on Albatross Bay on the western side of Cape York Peninsula – it is right on the Gulf of Carpentaria. Renowned for fishing, wilderness and beaches, this mining town is seriously remote: 800 km drive from Cairns, and 200 km from ‘The Tip’. CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE ambassadors, Overland Exposure, visited Weipa Camping Ground recently and said, “Amazing site with beach views! Some unpowered sites are large and have water views, others not so ask when booking. Kids’ playground, refreshing pool, restaurant to eat at with outdoor dining which was nice. Woolies and shops just outside.”

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Greens Pool, Elephant Cove Western Australia
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William Bay National Park now open

Greens Pool, Elephant Cove Western Australia The McGowan Government has recently announced the completion of the first two stages of the William Bay National Park renewal project and reopening of the park to the public. Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks are much loved icons in Western Australia – near Albany. You can camp at Parry Beach or caravan parks in Denmark.  In 2019, the State Government invested $4.4 million over two years to renew ageing visitor infrastructure in the park and to protect the fragile coastal vegetation. The visitor experience is now better than ever with the completion of newly

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From our visit in January 2020 - the National Park is currently closed
Immerse Yourself In Nature

Wollumbin National Park, New South Wales closures continue

From our visit in January 2020 – the National Park is currently closed The chains at the top of MT WARNING have been removed in the currently closed Wollumbin National Park (Courier Mail). Having grown up in the NSW Tweed Valley, I remember these chains well – they helped climbers reach the rocky summit – in the final leg of a 4 km hike up to the top of a mountain, where you could view Australia’s first sunrise of the day. The formerly known Mount Warning National Park was shut last March “to comply with COVID-19 rules on public gatherings and

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