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Amanda with a quokka on Rottnest Island, WA
Beaches & Coasts

Did you know you can camp and glamp on Rottnest Island, Western Australia?

Wadjemup Rottnest Island is best known for the cute quokkas. But did you know it also offers camping? You can, only don’t take your RV. Tents only. CAMPS Ambassadors, Amanda and Dan shared their day on Rottnest Island: “We took the mountain bike and EUC over to check out the Quokka’s and the island.       Previous Next Enjoyed a pub style lunch, had a snorkel at the beach and I worked my hamstrings and glutes like they have never been worked before. “Have you ridden around Rottnest? Did you know there were so many hills? I didn’t!” Check

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Murphys Haystacks, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia
Budget Campsite

Budget and views: Camp at Murphys Haystacks, South Australia

The Eyre Peninsula in South Australia really is a wonderland to discover. As we drove south from Streaky Bay, we dropped in to check out Murphy’s Haystacks, listed as a budget campground in our book! These amazing rock formations are on a farm – in a paddock! There is a picnic area and toilet, and the site is not far from the highway. The camp area is pet friendly, has 24 hours maximum stay for RVs and Big Rigs. There is a small fee, mobile coverage, shade, limited level spots, but it is so unique, we’ve given it our CAMPS tick of approval! It is

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Shark Bay WA
Beaches & Coasts

Why visit Shark Bay, Western Australia?

Eagle Bluff Shark Bay World Heritage Area is situated on the Western Australian Coast, it is actually two bays – and it is area you do not want to miss. Situated north of Kalbarri, and south of Carnarvon on the beautiful WA coastline, all of these favourites are accessible with a conventional vehicle: Wild dolphins at Monkey Mia Monkey Mia, probably what we knew the area best for, before our visit. We wanted to check it out and compare it to our very own Tin Can Bay – also known for feeding wild dolphins. It is best to arrive early and

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Giralia Station WA - image Adams Family Travels
Camping

NEW national parks in WA

Giralia Station WA – image Adams Family Travels Five million hectares of new national parks, marine parks and other conservation reserves has been the five year plan for the West Australian government.  You’ll find them from the Kimberley in the north, right down to the southern coastline. Here’s some of the names to look out for: Helena Aurora Range National Park Houtman Abrolhos Islands National Park, off Geraldton Fortescue Marsh, the largest ephemeral wetland in the Pilbara Marine parks Buccaneer Archipelago in the Kimberley Sites in the Perth metropolitan area Recherche Archipelago near Esperance Stokes Inlet National Park Opportunities exist

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