Walk through history at Moonta RV Overnight Stop

Our roving CAMPS researchers, Judy and Graham Gardiner shared their stay at Kinto Park, Moonta. 

Kinto Park is a large grassed shady area, right at the edge of Moonta, a lovely country town with historic buildings and pleasant parks. 

Self-contained vehicles only. Showers and toilets are available a few blocks away. 

Great

Stay at Burra Caravan and Camping Park

Anne and Wayne Tomsen invite you to stay when them when you are next near Burra. Burra is at an important crossroads – from here you can travel north to the Red Centre or via the Barrier highway to Broken Hill NSW, west to the Yorke Peninsula or even WA, or travel east to Berri and Victoria. But don’t make the mistake of simply driving through.

Help restore the historic Farina Township

 

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

Changes to Paskeville campsites, SA

CAMPS has been informed that Paskeville Oval (SA no.284) has been closed for camping. The reason, we were told, was because too many people were leaving a mess. This is not something communities or volunteers should have to deal with.

3 New Farmstay Listings in South Australia

When CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE hears about about new campgrounds being set up by teenagers, we think it is worthwhile sharing the story. Kadee Clarke (pictured on the right) told me it is best to list the phone number of her business partner, Hannah (her older brother’s girlfriend, on the

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New Free Camp: Whitewell Tank Campsite

Thanks to Geoff Eardley for his update from South Australia:

My wife and I recently went to Head of Bight to view the whales, a very worthwhile trip.

On the road to Head of Bight, 1.9 km west of the Eyre Highway, at the gate which closes off the whale watching

The one that didn’t get away

What a week or so! Heatley took time out to ski at Hotham, so I became well acquainted with our new postal system. Luckily our youngest was at home to help me with packing – we truly are a family business at CAMPS!

Nature Foundation SA introduces 4 new budget campgrounds

If you want to experience a different place to camp, volunteers have been adding facilities to both these properties, only in the last few months. Visitors are welcome and fees apply, whilst you are here learn about these special ..

Salt Creek Roadhouse closes in protest until September 1

Adam Stewart, has closed his Salt Creek Roadhouse in a bid to draw attention to mismanagement of his region, the Coorong. “Salt Creek is a very important half way …

Explorers Highway – Iconic Roads of Australia

Explorers Highway

Re-tread the footsteps of one of the most intrepid souls ever to set foot in the Australian interior by following the Stuart Highway. Affectionately known as the Explorer’s Highway, this 2,834km long road splits the country neatly in two, and roughly traces the route taken by Scottish explorer