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CAMPS at Kata Tjuta, Northern Territory (known as The Olgas)
Beaches & Coasts

Free absolute beachfront camping ideas this Christmas and much more

Here’s another virtual lap for you – stopping into every state and one territory! I’ve had several friends visit the red centre lately, here’s a photo of us near Kata Tjuta, Northern Territory (known as The Olgas). We include top beach campsites in Victoria (the free Reeves Beach), on a WA island and the best free camp on the Cape, Queensland.  Or choose a SA farm stay on an olive grove, a whole list of free camps in Tassie and we discuss price hikes at Bellingen Showground in NSW. Our community includes travel with tents, rooftop tents, swags, campervans, motorhomes, caravans, buses, cars,

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South East Cape, Wilsons Promontory by Joy O'Neill 
Beaches & Coasts

Do you know Australia’s extreme north, south, east and west?

South East Cape, Wilsons Promontory by Joy O’Neill  Have you camped at Australia’s extreme north, south, east and west? How far in each direction you can travel in Australia? And have you visited any or all of these must see destinations? There is 3680 kilometres between north and south, and 4000 km East to West – so a lot to discover in between! Here’s some more for your bucket list – so many make pilgrimage to visit all of the extreme cardinal points on the Australian mainland in their lifetime. Cape York by Overland Exposure Most Northerly Point: ‘The Tip’ Cape York, Queensland The

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Australia’s westernmost point: Steep Point, Western Australia

Steep Point, Western Australia If you want to see Australia’s most westerly point – then 4WD to Steep Point, and check out a jaw dropping campsite video by our ambassadors.  It is located in the proposed Edel Land National Park, west of Shark Bay – between Kalbarri and Carnarvon, WA. When anchored off the southern tip of Dirk Hartog Island in 1697, the Dutch seafarer Willem de Vlamingh named this point Steyle Hock, translated as Steep Point. Today this is part of pilgrimages to visit all of the extreme cardinal points on the Australian mainland. This proposed park has massive

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