Immerse Yourself In Nature

Get inspired before you hit the road. For more great sites and content, don’t forget to pack our Travel Guides and App.

Litchfield National Park Central Valley Map
Destinations

More swimming and camping at Litchfield’s Central Valley, Northern Territory

We are so excited about the Litchfield National Park improvements. One of our favourite parks in Australia, we loved the waterfall hopping and Buley Rockpools.  Now we can explore brand new areas – with Central Valley campsites on track to open this dry season. Work on the highly-anticipated $17.5 million Turbo Charging Tourism project is progressing well, with 10 campsites in the northern section of the development now complete. The area will allow campers and visitors direct access to swim in and enjoy the spring-fed creeks. Stage 3 Local company, the Ostojic Group, is carrying out construction for Stage 3

Read More »
Gunna Park
Budget Campsite

Rescue animals, Kayaks and BMX at Gunna Park, Queensland

  Gunna Park is a privately owned Farm Stay just 20 minutes north of Gympie and 4km off the Bruce Highway. A family property and private hobby farm who happily share their little slice of heaven with other campers. There’s wildlife in abundance, views and serenity in this secluded paradise. All sites are unpowered and for only $20 per night, they offer clean portaloos, bush kitchens, firepits and wood, hammocks and daybeds, kayaks for the dam, a BMX track, playground, picnic tables and if that’s not quite enough, its pet friendly as well! We think that’s pretty good value for

Read More »
Camping

Stonehenge has a new name – The Stockmans Camp, Victoria

Stonehenge Farmstay in East Gippsland now has a brand new name – The Stockmans Camp, and it is undergoing some exciting transformations under the management of new owners and hosts, Darren and Cathy Williams. The camp is a working farm located at Buchan South and nestled within a picturesque garden setting with green lawns and shady trees. On offer are powered and unpowered sites as well as two fully self-contained cabins all providing panoramic views of surrounding farmland and mountains. The site is pet friendly with amenities, laundry, camp kitchen, and bbqs. As well as accommodation they offer the opportunity

Read More »
Lamington National Park Falls
Family Friendly Fun

Waterfalls on the Box Forest Circuit, O’Reillys, Queensland

Yalnungala Falls O’Reillys Rainforest Retreat is south of Canungra in Queensland – and after last year’s devastating bushfires in May followed by the COVID-19 pandemic, what was known as Green Mountains campground, reopened as O’Reilly’s Campground. We checked it out recently and Heatley found us our very own waterfall – all to ourselves! The weather was scorching that week, even though we were walking under the cool of the rainforest canopy, As soon as we found the rock pools at Picnic Rock, I couldn’t have been more happy to sink into a little rockpool. it was more like a spa

Read More »
Kooroorinya Falls Nature Reserve
Budget Campsite

Budget Camp: Kooroorinya Falls Nature Reserve, Queensland

  These photos are taken from when we dropped into Kooroorinya Falls Nature Reserve – a little known community-owned camp area between Muttaburra and Prairie in Queensland. You’ll find it in the CAMPS 11 book out this month and the Camps Australia Wide App (QLD site 414 in CAMPS 10). When we were there in winter this year – there was a lot less water to what I’ll guess what is there right now! It was $20 per vehicle per night, no power, BYO water, generators ok 8am-6pm. It hosts the annual OAPRC – Kooroorinya Races so has excellent facilities

Read More »
There's nothing more that our family loves than waterfall and waterhole hopping. Here we are at Edith Falls, NT
Camping

We’re all going on a summer holiday

There’s nothing more that our family loves than waterfall and waterhole hopping. Here we are at Edith Falls, NT Our boys have finished school for the year, so now CAMPS 11 is at the printer, we’ll sneak off to the mountains for a family break. I’m thinking bushwalking, watching sunsets and plenty of swimming under waterfalls. It’ll be great to check out their new campground area – O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat is in Lamington National Park, in the Gold Coast Hinterland.   We are delighted to hear restrictions are relaxing on the QLD border – it means we’ll be seeing more

Read More »
Edeowie Station - image by Ross Plant
Camping

Edeowie Station in the Flinders Ranges, South Australia

Edeowie Station – image by Ross Plant by Guest Blogger Ross Plant Our evening in Peterborough was spent at the rest area just east of town. There are no facilities here and after yesterdays and last nights rain, the whole area is one big mud puddle. Peterborough in its heyday was an important link for trains carrying iron ore from Broken Hill to Port Pirie with about one hundred trains passing through daily. Just over an hour later we stopped in Orroroo. The main street has to be one of the widest street’s you will ever drive down. Several years

Read More »
Must Do's Rainbow Beach
Beaches & Coasts

Top 10 ‘must-dos’ in Rainbow Beach for nature lovers, Queensland

Rainbow Beach has two caravan parks and is surrounded by Queensland National Park’s three most popular camping grounds. They are favourites of generations for good reasons – beachside or on the Island and some are even dog friendly. These famous grounds include Fraser Island, Teewah Beach and Inskip Point. Check out your Camps 10 for these campsites and locations or the Camps Australia Wide App, and do book ahead!  From a local, to you, here’s our Top 10 natural ‘must-dos’ in Rainbow Beach and the surrounds: 1. Carlo SandblowIt really is something special and that first arrival takes your breath away. Sunsets

Read More »
All-natural playground at the popular Swan’s Crossing in Kerewong State Forest
Camping

Swans Crossing Campground is a top spot for kids

Forestry Corporation of NSW has worked with a local contractor to unveil a new all-natural playground at the popular Swan’s Crossing in Kerewong State Forest. Swans Crossing is a camping and picnic site located just 15 minutes from Kendall and a popular spot for locals and visitors alike to come and experience the beauty of State forests. Forestry Corporation’s Partnerships Leader, Sandra Madeley, said the new playground is just another great reason to visit the scenic state forest. “There are so many things to do when visiting Kerewong State Forest, and the new playground is an excellent addition,” Ms Madeley said.

Read More »

Shop Australia’s #1 Camping & Caravan Park Guides

Download our App & put all these sites in your pocket!

Discover tips, reviews & ideas for your next adventure

Subscribe to our Email Newsletter

Stay up to date with our free fortnightly email newsletter and get the latest travel tips, reviews and news straight to your inbox.

Subscribe to our FREE Newsletter
and receive

15% Off

Your first Travel Guide order!