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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!
What kid doesn’t like a pedestrian suspension bridge? You know, the type that you can jump on and the bouncing freaks your brother/sister/mum out whilst they’re on it, too! We visited Taylor’s Crossing just last week or so. Make sure you access this little gem from the Benambra – Corryong Road. (Yes, you can get there from the Omeo Valley Highway, but trust me, unless you are a serious 4WD traveller, you WON’T want to do this. The jump ups were insane. That’s the female side of the team, not male talking!) This site has been inaccessible for a while,
By all reports, Potters Lane, Victoria is a hidden gem. CAMPS Ambassadors, Tracey and Dale, from Adams Family Travels, say it is a “Good camp spot on the river, very quiet. No facilities, doesn’t look like too many people come out here.” On the outskirts of Elmore, in Western Victoria it boasts a large area with beautiful big trees. It is a pet friendly site, with access to all vehicles (not Big Rigs). Fires are also allowed at this secluded spot. Find sites like this and more nearby in the CAMPS 12 guide books, CAMPS Pendium boxed set and CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE App.
Pioneer Bridges free camp Victoria Pioneer Bridges is a spacious waterside free camp, conveniently close to wineries, with beautiful stands of trees. Pioneer Bridges free camp Victoria Pull into this lovely campground and you can choose from a waterside spot near the bridge, to a spot in a shady grove. There is plenty of room. In summer, I’d be cooling off with a swim under the bridge. Its the perfect spot to launch a kayak from. Any season, just pull up a chair and watch the Ovens River go by! There are toilets, as well as a firepit, lots of
Parks Victoria, Forest Fire Management Victoria and the Conservation Regulator are urging travellers to be extra prepared before visiting parks and forests. Even where the rain has stopped, the impacts of floods and storms will continue for months ahead. Things might not be as expected, and forecasts and park conditions may change rapidly. Victoria continues to experience the impacts of widespread floods and storms, affecting many communities across the state. Many campsites and access roads, particularly near rivers in northern Victoria, such as along the Murray River, are closed or partially closed and will remain so until they are safe to access. While they
We’ve had on authority from THE family who hike every chance they get – Mount Feathertop Hike, near Hotham, Victoria is one of Australia’s greatest! At 1922m, Mount Feathertop is Victoria’s second highest peak. It is located just outside (2.5km towards Harrietville) from the Hotham Alpine Village, starting at Diamantina Hut. Take the 22km, 7-8 hour Razorback Track, a high narrow ridge. You’ll find it is a difficult but rewarding Grade 4 walk. Best times are summer to April, but be prepared – it can snow year round in Victoria’s High Country. Look out for wildflowers! The peak is a
A big thanks to Katrina Cragg for sending in her review and photos a beautiful free camp she found in her CAMPS book – Annya Campground, Victoria. “Hi Michelle, I have really enjoyed doing weekend trips away, exploring my own area, checking out free camps that I didn’t know existed, so thank you Michelle and Heatley, for all the work you and your team puts in to the books and the app! I love them! I receive your newsletters, which are awesome, thank you.” Regards Katrina Cragg Katrina Cragg at Annya Campground, Victoria This pretty spot is located in the south
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