Images Courtesy John Nieddu Jacksons Crossing Bush Camp is located in the Snowy River National Park. This is stunning Victorian High Country Camping, with large areas of grassland beside the river. It is definitely 4WD only, and dry weather only. There are river crossings and off-road campers should check local conditions at the Buchan office first. There’s a small sandy beach to camp at the end of Varneys Track and very pretty views. It has no facilities, so you’ll need all your own provisions including drinking water. You can fish here, there are no pets allowed as it is National
If you’re travelling Tassie our newest listing is a great little find! Owners, Beck and Scally welcome everyone and all vehicles from tents and caravans to big rigs and well behaved pets! The campground is located on the same site as Freycinet Paintball (so you can have some fun while you’re there). The campground offers large grassy sites, there’s plenty of room to camp in the field or under shady wattles beyond the main campsite with views of Moulting Lagoon. You can enjoy the licensed bar opened in the evenings with TV, BBQ and firepit to share some stories
Swap your everyday routine for a unique tourist attraction in the wheat belt of York, Western Australia. Whitegum Farm is a 300-acre farmstead comprising caravan park and campground, with its own lake, airport and 4WD tracks. Gary and his team will welcome you to this bush camp with a difference! No alarm clocks here, unless you’ve got a date with a fishing rod or a flying lesson. The onsite lake, Lake Kimberley is stocked with silver perch and West Australian Marron. You can swim, fish or take the kids paddleboating. Relax at the end of the day in the newly
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