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Gnoorea Point - image Adams Family Travels
Beaches & Coasts

Online booking trial for Gnoorea Point (40 Mile) and Cleaverville Beach campsites near Karratha, Western Australia

Gnoorea Point – image Adams Family Travels Gnoorea Point or 40 Mile is a popular beachfront campsite on the Pilbara Coast, near Karratha in Western Australia.  CAMPS Ambassadors Dale and Tracey were there recently and said, “Just 11km of dirt road leads you to the main campground …we really got lucky with our camp spot. “We had site 13 which gave us our own private site on the cliff and a path down to the beach. At low tide we enjoyed a walk amongst the shallow rock pools where we found some octopus and some huge clam shells. Octopus in

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Spinifex Brewing Company - Cable Beach, Broome, Western Australia

NEW caravan park, foreshore and brewery for Cable Beach at Broome, Western Australia

Cable Beach is an iconic location in The Kimberley – there’s the red red sand, holiday atmosphere and the camel rides. After improvements at Broome’s Town Beach and Chinatown, travellers and locals can look forward to a $36.5 million foreshore redevelopment at Cable Beach. The master plan includes a whole new promenade, entry with public art and gardens, waterplay area, event space and beach access options – and it is all likely to start in March to May 2023. Upgrades are planned for the amphitheatre, carpark as well as renovations for Broome Surf Lifesaving Club. All of this means better

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Coalseam Conservation Park - image Sue Newham
Immerse Yourself In Nature

BEST places to see wildflowers in Western Australia – when to go and where to camp!

Coalseam Conservation Park – image Sue Newham We feature lovely photos from our Facebook Group, like Sue Newham’s Coalseam Conservation Park (pictured above) and reveal where to go in WA for wildflowers, plus where to camp! Bring your camera and pick up a wildflower booklet from visitor centres to help you identify these colourful blooms! When do you see wildflowers in Western Australia?  Wildflowers blossom between June and November in Western Australia. It is amazing when the rest of the year the land appears barren. September is reported as the time when most of the state is in bloom!  Visit the

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Carnival of Flowers, Queens Park, Toowoomba, Queensland

3 Amazing Flower Festivals for Spring

Carnival of Flowers, Toowoomba, QueenslandSeptember 1-30, 2022 If you are near the Darling Downs around in the month of September then seeing the Carnival of Flowers in Queens Park, Toowoomba is a must! There are all sorts of events held across town during the festival – food, cinema, markets and a parade! Impressively, 2022 is the 73rd year of this event. Everlasting Kings Park Festival, Perth, Western AustraliaSeptember 16-30, 2022 With tours, workshops, art and guided walks – and those amazing views over the city. It is fun for the family any time of year – but especially during the festival. Floriade, Canberra,

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Cable Beach - Image by Overland Exposure

Must Dos in Broome, Western Australia

Cable Beach – Image by Overland Exposure Broome is remote! It is almost 2000 km to drive from Darwin, and over 2000km to Perth. When we initially planned our trip we just couldn’t fit it in. At Home Valley Station, which we had planned as our turnaround spot, we decided to extend our trip. I was so pleased, partly because I would finally see Broome! Here’s what our family loved.  1. Pearl LuggersSeriously don’t miss the Pearl Luggers, it was awesome! We all learnt so much about the industry, the history and early Broome. We tasted pearl meat and held

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Mitchell Falls Camp, The Kimberley, Western Australia Image by Overland Exposure
Western Australia

10 out of 10: Mitchell Falls Camp, The Kimberley, Western Australia

CAMPS Ambassador Amanda said: “We loved our truck overnighter here and we all forgot how fun and comfy camping in the truck is. “A basic bush camp but with hybrid eco toilets and a water collection point for boiling, and fire pits – what more do you need?  “Fees were $11/adult, $7/concession and kids 6 & up $3 /night. Overall Mitchell Falls experience 10/10!” Ngarinyin and Wunambul people as the traditional custodians of Mitchell River National Park, you need an online Uunguu Visitor Pass, before you arrive. Give yourself 4-6 hours for the round trip, walking through “rough country” to Mitchell

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Bungle Bungles, Western Australia - image Adams Family Travels

What you need to know: Purnululu National Park – Bungle Bungles, Western Australia

Isn’t this photo by CAMPS Ambassadors Dale and Tracey amazing? It just makes you want to be transported, right there – walking under those those striking banded sandstone domes. Dale said, “If you are unsure on whether to camp or not in the Purnululu National Park, we would highly recommend it. We camped at the Walardi campground at the southern part of the National Park. “There are 37 campsites here and you need to book online to secure a spot. There are toilets and bore water but no fires are allowed and you must take all your rubbish out with you.” Warlardi

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Mary Pool Free Camp, Western Australia- image Adams Family Travels

Free Camp at popular Mary Pool, Western Australia

Mary Pool Free Camp, Western Australia- image Adams Family Travels Mary Pool free camp is located 180km east of Fitzroy Crossing and 108km west of Halls Creek in WA. This huge area, located beside the Mary River, has plenty of shade, clean toilets, dump point and rubbish bins. There is plenty of bird life to be seen and also cows wandering around.  It is a very popular free camp so recommend getting in early. Thanks to CAMPS Ambassadors, Dale and Tracey from Adams Family Travels for their update and images. It has some super reviews on the CAMPS App, Kerrie rated

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Windjana Camp - image Overland Exposure

Five stars: camp at Windjana Gorge, Western Australia

How is this view out the caravan window? Travellers rate this Kimberley campground  5 stars at Windjana Gorge, in Western Australia. It exceeded expectations – with a great backdrop and only a 5 minute walk to the stunning gorge itself! CAMPS Ambassador, Tracey from Adams Family Travels is back in the Kimberley again, and said, if you want to see a freshwater crocodile, Windjana gorge is the one place you are nearly guaranteed to see some. The campground has two sections – generators to the left and no generators to the right. CAMPS Ambassadors Dan and Manda, Overland Exposure loved

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