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Suspension Bridge Cataract Gorge Image by Overland Exposure
Camping

All you need to know about Cataract Gorge, Launceston

Suspension Bridge Image by Overland Exposure Cataract Gorge is an amazing destination and one of the most visited natural attractions in Launceston, Tasmania.  It is particularly popular in Summer with loads of visitors making the most of the First Basin swimming Pool. Cataract Gorge Image by Archie Gilmore Camps Ambassadors Overland Exposure visited with their family and said they totally recommend it.  They were impressed something so beautiful was really close to town. Daniel and Amanda chose to walk the First Basin Loop including across the suspension bridge plus the walk to the lookout on the way to the pump

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The Granite Skywalk - Castle Rock WA - 8293
Bucket List

A must do: The Granite Skywalk, Castle Rock, Western Australia

This #graniteskywalk at Castle Rock near Albany Western Australia is a Definite MUST DO. This is absolutely the best image I have seen of this adventure. It really is as cool as it looks! Hands down, this was one of my (and the family’s) favourite walks in Australia. Granite Sky Walk, WA – Image Overland Exposure Challenging? Yes. Terrifying to look down? Well, a bit… Worth it? definitely! Overall you are looking at a 4.4 km return walk. National Parks say it is Class 5 and requires moderate to good fitness. Walk through yate, marri and karri forest, past the

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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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Port Neill Lookout Image by Overland Exposure
Beaches & Coasts

Visit Port Neill on the Eyre Peninsula, South Australia

CAMPS Ambassadors Manda and Daniel loved visiting the jetty and town of Port Neill so much, they returned to stay at the Port Neill Caravan Park. As you can see, it has location plus! Said Manda: “We just chilled out at the jetty and playground and caught up on the washing. You know all the fun jobs! “It’s a great dog friendly, wonderfully located and friendly caravan park. It had a takeaway kiosk too, which is always dangerous.” “Just a short walk to two beaches too!” Manda added. What to see and do The travelling family recommend: “The picnic area

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Darwin Waterfront NT
Beaches & Coasts

10 reasons to visit Darwin Waterfront, NT

We loved our time at Darwin Waterfront – the newest precinct on the ocean in Northern Territory’s capital. And believe me, you’ll want to get wet in this Top End climate. 

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Buderim Waterfall, Sunshine Coast, Queensland
Destinations

Day Trips: Buderim Waterfall, Sunshine Coast, Queensland

We checked out beautiful Buderim Forest Park and Buderim Falls (Sunshine Coast, Qld) this morning.  I’ve always wanted to see it, as we dropped our youngest off at soccer we had an hour before the game. Off Quorn Place, there is the shorter circuit walk – with lots of steps and quite steep in places. We veered left and could hear people chattering and the water. There’s a lovely big bridge across which gives great views of the falls. If we had our togs and more time you’d wander down to the waterhole and cascades. Instead we kept in the

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