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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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Engine Point in Lincoln National Park on the Eyre Peninsula, SA
Beaches & Coasts

Swim, fish and camp at Engine Point, Lincoln National Park, South Australia

Our CAMPS Ambassadors Daniel and Manda recently visited Lincoln National Park in the Eyre Peninsula of South Australia. This means the CAMPS App has heaps of up to date info about the different camping options! They said the water was much warmer here – compared to other SA beaches. I wonder why? But with the beautiful hues, clear and shallow ocean, why wouldn’t you be content with Boston Bay right at your front door! It is Australia’s largest natural harbour.  It is 4WD only, no facilities, with limited sites – but note there isn’t a lot of shade, but often wind! 

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Membinup Beach, Western Australia - image Overland Exposure
Beaches & Coasts

FREE Seaside Camp: Membinup Beach, Western Australia

by Overland Exposure Our CAMPS Ambassadors, Dan and Manda said Membinup Beach, WA is 100% WOW! Here’s what they said: 1hr East of Esperance Off-road set-ups only as the road is unpredictable and dirt. The entrance to the beach was tight, but our big rig fit, just! There is a camping area behind the dunes/beach, but only a few large spots and the rest are small. You can camp on the beach itself but be mindful of soft sand. No facilities at all, so fully self contained is required Tides come up really high so think about where you set-up

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Dongara, Western Australia - Image by Kylie Bessen
Budget Campsite

Dongara Town Oval is open on trial, Western Australia

Dongara, Western Australia – Image by Kylie Bessen Did you know the Shire of Irwin reopened the RV Overnight Stay at the Dongara Town Oval for a trial period of up to 12 months, due for review by August 2022? Dongara Denison is a beautiful area in Western Australia, we loved our visit here. It is great to see more campgrounds under consideration by council. Dongara Town Oval RV overnight stay map – source Irwin Shire Council The site will cater for self-contained RV/Caravans only at a rate of $10 per vehicle with Patrolling Officer to visit daily to collect fees via

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Beaches & Coasts

Oceanfront FREE CAMP: Green Point Beach, Marrawah, Tasmania

Here is a beautiful coastal campsite in the rugged west coast of Tasmania. It is free, pet friendly and protected from the wind. Metres down the road, you’re at the beach! The park here has toilets, cold showers, a playground, sheltered BBQ and picnic tables right over the beach with AMAZING views.  There are more picnic tables in the camp area (see the video below). Suited for motorhomes, campervans, camper trailers and tents. Bring drinking water. Cold outdoor showers. No open fires allowed.  The campsite is clearly signed and on the right before the beach.  Choose from flat bitumen sites

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Congo Campground Eurobodalla NP NSW - image Cathie and Alan Bromwich
Budget Campsite

2 beaches and a river at Congo Campground, Eurobodalla National Park, New South Wales

Congo Campground Eurobodalla NP NSW – image Cathie and Alan Bromwich Congo Beach, NSW is a budget national park campground, and a favourite in our CAMPS community with the CAMPS tick of approval. Located in the beautiful Eurobodalla National Park, you can explore lagoons, lakes, estuaries, sheltered and wild beaches. For water lovers – there is waterskiing and boating at Corunna Lake, fishing and swimming around Mullimburra Point, surfing at 1080 Beach and paddling on Brou Lake and around Lake Tuross. The closest town is Moruya on the far south coast of New South Wales, just 10 km away. The campground has

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Lucky Bay, Kalbarri - Images Adams Family Travels
Beaches & Coasts

2 AMAZING Lucky Bay camps in Western Australia

Lucky Bay, Kalbarri – Images Adams Family Travels Most people know Lucky Bay near Esperance in WA but there is also a Lucky Bay campground 46km south of Kalbarri and it doesn’t disappoint. Both are wonderful bases to explore two unique National Parks – one on the west coast the other on the south. For us it was, regretfully, the last beach stop in WA before we crossed the border. Lucky Bay, Kalbarri  How does a protected bay, reef, massive sand dunes and a budget campground only 50 metres to the beach sound? As you travel 2km down a gravel

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Second Creek Beach - image Overland Exposure
Beaches & Coasts

Budget and waterside camp: Second Creek Beach, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia

Our ambassadors Manda and Daniel thought this was a great small camp. There was only room for three or four sites. It is a flat site and there is a boat ramp (with 4WD access) and toilets, too! Payment is available onsite with an honesty box, but there are no bookings. You can swim, fish and bring your pet. There is a low ocean swell here because of the Islands of the Sir Joseph Banks Group, so no need to bring a surfboard! The camp is located south of Tumby Bay, on the eastern side of the beautiful Eyre Peninsula. What to see

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Turtle Bay - Adams Family Travels
Beaches & Coasts

Turtle Bay, Dirk Hartog Island, Western Australia

Turtle Bay – Adams Family Travels Turtle Bay is approximately 88km from the Barge landing point on Dirk Hartog Island, WA. It is located at the northern end of the island and is a private campsite. It is an awesome spot to snorkel and also watch the passing marine life which includes dolphins, whales, turtles and sharks. In one afternoon we spotted at least 40 whales breaching as they headed south. If you walk down onto the beach from the campsite and head to the right and up the beach, you will see heaps of baby sharks swimming in the

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