RV Parks in Palm Island Aboriginal Queensland

If you have a motorhome or caravan, an alternative cut-priced camping option are RV park camp sites in Australia. 

Most only allow self-contained vehicles, as toilet facilities and power are generally not available. They tend not to allow tents or camper trailers. Surfaces vary, but many are bitumen or concrete.

Just use the symbols or the filters to find them in our comprehensive guide books and Camps Australia Wide App!

Here’s a preview of campsites and caravan parks we have found with 30 years of research! Happy camping…

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Burekup Oval & Hall

Burekup & Dardanup – 2 new free camps in WA

Burekup Hall Oval Image Courtesy Michael & Maureen Lennon There are two new free camps to add to your travels in Western Australia,  around 20 minutes east of Bunbury in the Dardanup Shire.  We’re happy to announce the re-opening of Burekup Hall (pronounced burra-cup) beside Gardiner Reserve. The site had been closed earlier this year by council, pending community consultation and feedback on its future. It re-opened recently and recreational Vehicles can camp within the designated bays of the RV Parking Area for a maximum of 24 hours within any six (6) consecutive days. A limit of 3 vehicles are

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CMCA Port Pirie RV Park

New RV park in Port Pirie, South Australia

The CMCA have opened their second park in South Australia, this one at Port Pirie.  It’s located within the grounds of the Port Football and Community Club on the corner of Wandearah and Esmond Roads. You’ll have access to their facilities during opening hours and the club are offering discounts to members. Lunches and dinners are available most days. The park is a five minute stroll to shopping and businesses and provides a dump point, potable water, happy hour shelter, and park custodian. Well behaved fur babies on lead are permitted as are generators in reasonable hours. There are around

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Gympie Region RV Parks - Camps Australia Wide

6 new RV parks proposed for Gympie, Queensland

Breaking news! Gympie Regional Council RV strategy has proposed 6 new RV sites at Amamoor, Gunalda, Gympie Showgrounds, Kilkivan, Tin Can Bay and a second Kandanga park.  This adds to Free RV parks at Dickabram Park, Widgee, Kinbombi Falls, Chatsworth Park, Carters Ridge and Kandanga in the Queensland region, just north of the Sunshine Coast. We’ve been encouraging council for years on this – as it is our local area. It is especially pleasing to hear about Gympie Showground and that for the first time the Cooloola Coast is included, at Tin Can Bay Qld. Plus it is wonderful news

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Port Hedland Golf Club

4 Camps and Caravan Parks at Port Hedland, Western Australia

Port Hedland Racecourse Port Hedland is the gateway to the Pilbara and there’s lots to explore.  Set up camp at the Port Hedland RV Stop – previously known as Port Hedland Racecourse. This free short term self-contained vehicle parking area is provided by the Town of Port Hedland Council just north of the town oval. Whilst the dump point remains at the west end of McGregor Street, access to the RV Stop has changed in 2022 to the east end, by the skate park and is well-signposted.  This very busy site has a three day limit and is within walking

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CMCA Humpty Doo RV Park

CMCA Humpty Doo RV Park – Northern Territory

It’s always great to add a new site to our listings, and this time it’s the new CMCA Humpty Doo RV Park in the Northern Territory. Located off the Arnhem Highway south-east of Darwin you’ll find it at the rear of the iconic Humpty Doo Hotel. There are large flat sites with direct access to the hotel and park guests are able to use the hotel swimming pool also. It is suitable for all sized RVs, with a dump point with potable water as well as onsite caretaker. The park has disabled access, is pet friendly and generators are permitted. 

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Wills Beach Shack SA 2

New listing: Wills Beach Shack, South Australia

Located approx 240 km South of Adelaide or 140 km North West of Mt Gambier, the small coastal town of Kingston SE lies at the southern end of Lacapede Bay, just north of the Cape Jaffa on the South Australian coast. This seaside town is home to the famous “Big Lobster”, known by locals as Larry. Larry sees thousands of visitors every year. You can dine in at the on site restaurant or take your choice of fresh lobster back to your camp for some fancy bush tucker! A great spot to kick back and enjoy your lobster dinner, is

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