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A good percentage of camping and caravanning travellers stop at Caravan Parks in Australia. There are thousands to choose from, and you do not need to be self-sufficient. This means they are suitable for all types of camping, from swags, rooftop tents, tents, camper trailers, campers, motorhomes and caravans.
Few have room for Big Rigs, however caravan parks also offer cabins or glamping. Many caravan parks are located in idyllic spots – close to town or beachside.
Many campers start their adventures in caravan parks as you have familiar comforts and facilities from home. Families can seek out extra attractions like water parks, jumping pillows and playgrounds – which means you can enjoy a get together and not even leave the park!
Just use the symbols or the filters to find them in our comprehensive guide books and Camps Australia Wide App!
Just minutes out of Launceston, you’ll find Old Macs Caravan & Motorhome Farm Stay. If you’re travelling with the kids, you’ll love this family friendly top spot in Tassie. This expansive spot is popular with campers and there’s good reason. With powered and unpowered sites, picnic tables and pretty views, you can pick a beautiful spot by the tranquil lake and lots of wildlife. All vehicles that can be self contained including camper trailers are welcome but no tents permitted. The farm stay has a restaurant, new toilets, even a dump point, however there are no showers here, so make
Tasmania’s rugged western coastline has some of the most beautiful views you will encounter. Camper Jenni Smith recently stopped over for the night at our newest budget spot, the Marrawah Inn and sent us these pictures. The Inn was built in 1913 as a boarding house and general store and while it is a small township, it’s noted for its big swells and some of the most majestic landscape in the north west. New owner Michelle Kelly has opened overnight camping for self contained RV’s. It includes a cafe and bistro serving up that famous Cape Grim beef and hearty
Tasmania has so many romantic locations! We loved our walk to Liffey Falls, with a pretty free camp, a donation camp nearby and a new farmstay in the area! Firstly, I have to say on our drive to Liffey Falls in the Great Western Tiers, you come across the BEST views like the one above… Liffey Falls includes not just one waterfall – but four: Alexandra Falls, Hopetoun Falls, Albert Falls and Victoria Falls (known as “Liffey Falls”). We took the shorter walk from the top carpark (a day use area only). There’s shelters, information boards, picnic and barbecue facilities at the carpark. https://youtu.be/Isc7dQdEFSM
How good does this look? Wonga Beach Caravan Park is located at Wonga and one of the last absolute beach front caravan parks – Please update your guides with a new phone number, 0437 937 991. Looking for the feeling of relaxing on a tropical island (without actually going to one!)? Then check out Wonga Beach Caravan Park, FNQ. Located near the World-Heritage Daintree Rainforest, camp under shady trees next to a beautiful stretch of tropical beach which overlooks the Coral Sea. New management team, Jackie and Steve, are your welcoming hosts, who provide all basic amenities during your stay,
Tasmania? I think we’ll move here! Had a swim in the Bass Strait on this trip, a wee in a bank vault (truly), saw falls, aqua beaches, historic lighthouse and met travelling nurses on a hike, cottages and we slept under a nut! Beauty on every turn. If you are travelling from the beautiful Central Coast of Tasmania to Stanley, here are some vital tips from our team member Leisa, who lived in Stanley for two years. Above is the awesome view we had of this spectacular coast, and a great place to start – at Round Mountain Lookout, Burnie.
Travellers @seaustravl had three incredible days at pet friendly, free camp Cosy Corner North A colourful camping mecca, add The Bay of Fires to your itinerary! Just north of beautiful Binalong, not far from St Helens on the east coast of Tasmania, you’ll find 5 stunning beach camps, one after another! All free, and located in the well known Bay of Fires Conservation Area. https://youtu.be/OSyGR25ihXM We marvelled at the views, some campers had snaffled up pure oceanfront sites on little coves. Others were only metres from beach paths, with good facilities. In all of the locations, there’s fishing and swimming, you would be lulled
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