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Alan & June Brown Car Park free camp, Maryborough QLD
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FREE CAMP at Maryborough, Queensland

Maryborough is a town and region with excellent options for RV travellers.  If you like being right in a city centre, then camp a night or two at The Alan and June Brown Car Park. This RV park is for travellers with self contained vehicles only. Pets are allowed and it is 48 hours only. Toilets are across the street, as is more RV day parking. And it is well signed.  The fact that it is behind the police station, also gives travellers peace of mind.  Although this is simply a car park, and you are close to a road –

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Pinjarra RV Parking Area, WA - image by Michael Lennon
Camping

Free camp: Pinjarra RV Parking Area, WA

Have you visited Pinjarra, near Mandurah, only an hour south of Perth? And did you know Australia had another Murray River? Pinjarra RV Parking Area in Western Australia is a free camp and within walking distance of the town centre. You’ll find picnic tables, shade and the dump point is about 100 metres away. Additionally, it is pet friendly and there is room for Big Rigs.  There is space for 15 recreational vehicles, with a maximum stay of 24 hours only. There must be 5 consecutive nights between any of your stays here.  Where to eat Make sure you stop at Pinjarra

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CAMPS loved our visit to Leyburn Sports Ground - image Hugh Gilmore
Birdwatching

Free camp at Leyburn Sports Ground, Queensland

CAMPS loved our visit to Leyburn Sports Ground – image Hugh Gilmore Since we visited, Leyburn Sports Ground very flash automatic showers and a dump point all on site. Here’s some of the bird life at Leyburn, Queensland, Australia and a look at their FREE recreation ground. CAMPS at Leyburn Sports Ground It is a great spot to set up your tent, caravan or Big Rig. The site is lovely, grassy and HUGE. image Karen & Mal Grice This free campground has a 72 hour limit – with new showers, a flushing loo and dump point. Thanks Karen & Mal

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Pioneer Bridges free camp Victoria
Camping

One of Victoria’s BEST free camps: Pioneer Bridges

Pioneer Bridges free camp Victoria Pioneer Bridges is a spacious waterside free camp, conveniently close to wineries, with beautiful stands of trees.  Pioneer Bridges free camp Victoria Pull into this lovely campground and you can choose from a waterside spot near the bridge, to a spot in a shady grove. There is plenty of room.  In summer, I’d be cooling off with a swim under the bridge. Its the perfect spot to launch a kayak from. Any season, just pull up a chair and watch the Ovens River go by!  There are toilets, as well as a firepit, lots of

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Old Telegraph Station Eucla, Western Australia
Camp On A Budget

Free camp at Eucla Old Telegraph Station open, Western Australia

At CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE, we don’t only follow up with authorities, but we also have roaming travellers. CAMPS Ambassadors Manda and Daniel advised us about the Eucla Old Telegraph station free camp. Manda said: “We went for a drive and a sticky beak and there is a day use area clearly marked out, but then an additional large cleared gravel area that looks like the area for free camping just to the west and near the track to the beach. We stayed the night here with a few other campers and no-one came to move us on. Just thought the

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Lloyd Jones Weir
Fishing

Fish and swim at peaceful Lloyd Jones Weir, QLD

Lloyd Jones Weir is a peaceful camping spot located among trees on the banks of the pretty Alice River. Campers love this free campsite because it is tidy and clean with plenty of shade and sufficient facilities. As well as being a great place for bird watching, Lloyd Jones Weir has a sandy beach next to a lagoon where you can sun yourself and some great places to fish and swim. Where: 15 km South West of BarcaldineToilets: YesCamp Fires: Yes (BBQs available)Pet friendly: YesShowers: NoWater: YesPower: NoMobile Reception: YesBig Rig Access: YesGetting There: Turn West off Landsborough Highway 5 km South of Barcaldine for 9km. There is a 1km

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