New to our listings is Childers Nature Camp, just a few minutes south of Childers and 35 minutes from gorgeous Queensland beaches. Owners Matt and Lorene welcome you to their eco friendly camp. They are passionate about what they are building, preserving the land, with a focus on bush regeneration and have worked hard to provide a place for campers to enjoy the outdoors for generations to come. The camp is getting rave reviews from campers and won a travellers review award for 2023. It is budget priced, pet friendly, has toilets and showers, bbq and camp kitchen, picnic tables
If you find yourself travelling along the Great Eastern Highway, stop for lunch at Southern Cross, campers tell us the pies are de-lish!
Congratulations to Alectown Rec Ground Committee, they have just launched a pet-friendly bush camp, north of Parkes in NSW. It features: $10 per night for unpowered camping sites Toilet available Drinking water available Generators ok until 9pm Suitable for all vehicles including big rigs, tents are welcome, too! 72 hour limit Grassy sites Mobile coverage Dogs on leash welcome No fires Call or email for a booking and visit the famous Radio Telescope, ‘The Dish’ nearby. Find it in the CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE App. If you would like order your own CAMPS Pendium, here is a special coupon code for you:
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
CAMPS Ambassadors Daniel and Manda from Overland Exposure loved a pub camp in the Northern Territory. They said, “Darwin River Tavern has an awesome unpowered camping area available. We used this as our base for a night to visit Berry Springs and had a great stay for just $10/night.” “If you camp here add another night or two and visit the Territory Wildlife Park, we really loved visiting when we lived in Darwin and highly recommend stopping in.” “This is such an awesome camp – at a Tavern so there’s meals and drinks and live music, a bottle-o, little shop
Michelle and Heatley relaxing at Lake Lenthall near Maryborough, Queensland We had a fab night here! Lake Lenthall is a budget priced camp near Maryborough, Queensland. You’ll meet Ranger Rob – who was so helpful and full of knowledge. He and his wife were out today whipper snipping. They live onsite and really do take pride in the campground – it shows! The lawn was well tended, and the gardens looked lovely. Ranger Rob Every day, he opens the gate around 6am and closes it about 8pm. It is only 4 km from the grounds, but it is a rough,
Kerrie and Brian have opened up their 17 acre property at Buxton, near Childers for camping. It is half way between Bundaberg and Hervey Bay, Queensland with 8 dedicated camping areas set amongst natural bushland. Brian said, “The camp sites are all flat, fully grassed and well maintained. Each campsite has its own fire pit and an initial supply of firewood (plenty more available in the ‘bush’ areas). The campsites are only suitable for fully self contained motorhomes, RVs and Caravans as there is no power, water or shower toilet facilities on site (as yet).” The couple live on site
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