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Dangar Falls, New South Wales
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Camp at beautiful Dangar Falls, Dorrigo, New South Wales

What a highlight! We just HAD to swim at this beautiful waterfall, so close to Dorrigo. You can camp right next to the reserve and lookout, at Dangar Falls Lodge. The walk down was excellent, with lots of boardwalks and steps… A beautiful waterfall, close to town, less than 20 min to walk with only 65 staircase steps. Highly recommend – one of our stops on The Waterfall Way If you would like order your own CAMPS Pendium, here is a special coupon code for you: PENDIUM20 …and you’ll receive $20 off! Add the code into the checkout! Download the

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Tooloom Falls at Bandahngan Aboriginal Area closed
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Tooloom Falls at Bandahngan Aboriginal Area is still closed

We tried to pop into Tooloom Falls on our recent visit. This information below was dated September, 2020. Hopefully the falls and camping will be open again soon.  National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) will temporarily close Bandahngan Aboriginal Area at Urbenville while essential rehabilitation and improvement work takes place.  The popular site includes unregulated camping areas at Tooloom Falls and Bandahngan Loop Road and is expected to reopen in June 2021. NPWS Area Manager, Damien Hofmeyer, said NPWS had been advised by the Githabul Aboriginal community that the sacred Aboriginal area required a period of rest. “Bandahngan Aboriginal Area

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Darwin River Tavern, NT - image Overland Exposure
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“Awesome” budget NT pub camp: Darwin River Tavern

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

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Jennacubbine Tavern
Camping

Two sites to choose from at Jennacubbine Tavern & Hall, WA

There’s two sites to choose from at our newest free camp listing in Western Australia.  This country pub stay with its welcoming atmosphere is only 10 km off the highway – is the Jennacubbine Tavern.  Friendly owners Michelle and Brett offer free camping with plenty of room and level sites, they also leave access open to the toilets.   Hearty pub meals are served Thursday – Saturday and Sunday lunches, with pizza and steak nights popular. You can also camp at the hall, across the road. For just $10 per night, they provide toilets, showers and power is available to boil

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Barrington Tops State Forest Lookout
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Have you camped at Barrington Tops, near Gloucester, NSW?

West of Gloucester, and east of Scone, is a very special (and chilly) New South Wales national park and state forest. As well as lookouts, there are seven camping options around Barrington Tops – including Polblue Campground which you can find in the first edition of CAMPS!  Check out these world class views from recently upgraded Cobark Lookout at Barrington Tops State Forest. Cobark Lookout is the first stop for visitors on their way across the Barrington Tops from Gloucester, so was a great candidate for an upgrade, said Forestry Corporation of NSW Tourism and Partnerships Manager Louise Faulkner. Ms

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Tyla holding the new Camps 12 editions
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What is the difference between CAMPS 12 and CAMPS 11?

We are proud to announce CAMPS 12 is available for preorder. Each new edition is different -some of our customers collect each one! An hour after it was released, we’ve had queries about how it differs. So here are the changes we’ve made for CAMPS 12: CAMPS 12 has the LATEST new sites and dump points and updates of existing sites – since CAMPS 11 there’s over 2 years of research from our team expert CAMPS detectives, our CAMPS Ambassadors and CAMPS Community LATEST Hema Maps – still the same format as CAMPS 11, but updated CAMPS 12 has more

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Leven Canyon Reserve Tasmania
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Free camp beside a Tassie canyon at Leven Canyon Reserve

What a site! Just a short walk from this free, pet-friendly campground at Leven Canyon Reserve is a lookout 275m above the river!  On arrival, we saw the day use area below the carpark – the elevated campground is quite sloped, but there were still flat locations to set up camp. I loved this camp spot with the silver wattle, looking over the valley of blue gum – this is the photo chosen for our brand new CAMPS 12 now available on pre-order… There were a couple of RVs set up at the top of the hill. Below that was a

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Joe O'Connor Park, Yass, New South Wales
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Camp at Joe O’Connor Park in RV Friendly Yass, New South Wales

Yass NSW is so RV friendly! 2 RV parks, Showgrounds and caravan parks to camp at! Dump point and day parking easy access, too.  We dropped into the waterside camps at Joe O’Connor Park. Loved the views of cows across the river from the boat ramp! This large site is pet friendly, FREE for self contained RVs – including big rigs and camper trailers. There is shade, picnic tables and you can walk to town. Plus there are loads of villages, wineries and scenic drives to discover near here. Have you visited the Yass Valley? Just follow the signs for

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Be first to get your hands on our NEW CAMPS 12 – pre-order NOW

Big news! The latest edition is out on pre-order!  Pre-order now via Messenger to receive our exclusive Camps 12 deal – or pre-order direct from our website using coupon code preordercaw12. Buy Now: Easy to Read B4 Buy Now: Standard A4 Add discount code: preordercaw12 at checkout What’s new in Camps 12? More focus on free and low-cost sites than ever before Latest new campsites and public dump points – over 3,300 pet-friendly campsites Supported with updates and free 12 months access to the CAMPS App Sites that are pet friendly and/or have a public dump point are identified on the map, as well as

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