It bills itself as “the traveller’s bible” with good reason. The comprehensive 408-page fifth edition of Camps Australia Wide guidebook includes more than 3550 campsites, making it mandatory reading for budget-conscious roadtrippers. Authors Philip and Cathryn Fennell have traversed more than 90,000km reviewing sites for this long-awaited new edition,
Updated edition of the staple reference guide for any self-respecting camper. Pinpoints most, but not all, sites with easy to follow symbology and accurate map placing with directions. Would be even better if there was a smaller version for backpacks. ‘CampsSnaps’ version with images gives you an idea of
A Sunshine Coast couple living the Australian Dream and travelling around the nation are now earning a living from their many adventures.
The self-published book on campsites and caravan parks, Camps Australia Wide, has become a bible for the budget conscious traveller. A must have for the budget traveller, it
Ask Ernie… “In terms of where to travel, Australia has some great spots for caravan holidays right across the country. For a comprehensive guide, Camps Australia Wide has got over 3300 listings including rest areas, free camps and National Parks all over the country. You can contact the publisher
Camps Australia Wide –
The Ultimate Guide for the Budget Conscious Traveller
by CMCA Member, Phil Procter
A4 size, over 400 pages. 3,300 sites, 101 maps, colour-coded States, index of highway routes, alpha list of site names, regular updates on the Camps Australia Wide web site. An order form is depicted on
This is definitely the most expensive camping guide available in Australia – but is it? All the others to date, bar one, cover individual states and some just parts of a state, so overall it really is terrific value. Added to this, it truly is a very professional publication.
Camping in Oz – The original concept behind Camps Australia Wide was to provide a comprehensive list of free and low-cost campsites located around the main highways of Australia.
However, author’s list soon expanded to include camps in national parks, state forests and even some caravan parks. His list has