New South Wales

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Alpaca Magic, Sutton, NSW
Camping

NEW SITE: Alpaca Magic, Sutton, New South Wales

I’ll be straight, this site isn’t budget priced. There are no facilities, adults only – it is self contained RVs only. But you get to camp near alpacas and llamas, and it is super close to Canberra! I visited Alpaca Magic recently and met the owner Glynda (she tells me like the Good Witch of the North, spelling that is.) Knowing my musicals, I guessed she was talking about Wizard of Oz. Her llamas and alpacas certainly thought she was special. Owner Glynda feeds her Alpaca’s Glynda gave us a little tour, there are a variety of paddocks to camp

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Perrys Lookdown campground, Blue Mountains National Park
Budget Campsite

4 new FREE camp sites in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales

Perrys Lookdown campground, Blue Mountains National Park We are pleased to announce there are two new reserves we have listed near Sydney’s beautiful Blue Mountains, plus a recent day use area is now available for camping and a new tent only site! Londonderry Reserve, NSW Londonderry Reserve There are no bookings for this new site. You’ll find BBQs and picnic tables, but no toilets or showers. Suitable for all except Big Rigs, please note this free camp is boggy in wet weather. Hartley Reserve 4WD only with steep unsealed access – you can camp here with your caravan, tent and

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Killalea Reserve, New South Wales - Campground
Camping

Update on Killalea Reserve, New South Wales

Killalea Reserve, New South Wales – Campground Only 25 km S of Wollongong, Shellharbour is the gateway to the South Coast and is perfectly positioned between the pristine waters of the Tasman Sea and the picturesque Illawarra Escarpment. The area rolls from calming countryside to crystal clear beaches and is only 2 hours drive from the heart of Sydney.  The Killalea Reserve, (newly named Killalea Campground) approximately 6 km south of town, has recently had it’s unique environment secured for future generations and has been added to the NSW national parks estate, creating one of New South Wales’s newest regional

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Wanderlust Retreat NSW
Camping

NEW CAMPSITE near Wollemi and Yengo National Parks, New South Wales

This site is not cut priced, but how often can you sleep in a cave, or a tipi? And it is pet friendly! Situated in a valley, between two national parks, the owners will welcome you to their natural haven. Discover the local wildlife of kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, cockatoos and lyrebirds. More incredible features of the area include a waterfall, cliffs, caves, and views of Mount Yengo and Moruben. How about camping in a Cave! Wanderlust Retreat is 91 km from Singleton, NSW and not much further to Sydney suburbs. They accept all vehicles, as well as offering traditional American

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The Yacht Club overlooks the Broadwater, Main Beach
New South Wales

Book now for a fun Queensland & New South Wales Caravan Clubs State Rally

Yacht Club overlooks the Broadwater, Main Beach How does happy hour all week long sound? Beautiful Southport on the Gold Coast, is the location for the Caravan Club Rally for QLD and New South Wales, February 19- 25 February in 2024. Plenty of cafe and eatery choices in Southport I know that might seem like a long way ahead, but there is an awful lot of organisation that occurs for one of these, thanks to CCQ and the friendly Roustabouts Club. Broadwater Tourist Park has kindly given CCQ a ‘reservation block out’ period where the public cannot get bookings, ceasing June 2023. Rally organisers have earmarked 200

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See & do Byron Bay & Hinterland
Beaches & Coasts

10 local tips for things to see and do at the Byron Bay Hinterland and surrounds, New South Wales

There are a plethora of caravan parks and campgrounds in the beautiful  hinterland and coastline around Byron Bay, New South Wales. It is the country’s most easterly point, so you can watch the sun greet Australia, as well as play at the sand, beaches and ocean – here’s what else you can do to keep active and refuel at local watering holes, whilst you are there: Walking the lighthouse at Byron or Broken Head to the point looking for whales. Hiking the 3 hour trail at Minyon Falls in Nightcap National Park… when open you can also camp there. Hiking Lennox

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R & R Farm Stay, near Mallanganee, New South Wales
Budget Campsite

NEW Budget Camp: R & R Farm Stay, near Mallanganee, New South Wales

Lehanne and Bruce welcome you to their working farm for a peaceful and quiet stopover in northern New South Wales. Just listed, they offer a limited number of unpowered sites, and booking is essential. Come and visit the farm animals: alpacas, cattle, mini goats, mini horse and poultry. There’s bird watching, bush walking, wildlife, plus paddock and yards for horses. It is suitable for all vehicles and it is pet-friendly. There are basic amenities (camp kitchen, showers and toilets) and there is a 48 hour maximum stay. Firewood and firepits are provided. Find this camp 17 km from Tabulam, or 10

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Scotts Head Reflections Holiday Parks in New South Wales
Camping

Camp and swim at Scotts Head, New South Wales

I first visited Scotts Head as a kid! I remember the huge picnic area and beautiful beach for big family gatherings. Next up, as a teen with my cousin from Macksville, to soak up the sun. But I haven’t been back, judging by my sister’s recent visit – I’ll have to! She shared photos of Scotts Head Reflections Holiday Parks. A great caravan park for families, it is just a few steps to the beach, and pet friendly during off peak times… As well as regular amenities – they have easy access cabins, huge enclosed camp kitchen, school holiday activities and

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Image by Lesley Meade of nearby Lake Pamamaroo (from I Love Camping Australia Wide Facebook Group)
Camping

UPDATE on Menindee Lakes Caravan Park, New South Wales

Image by Lesley Meade of nearby Lake Pamamaroo (from I Love Camping Australia Wide Facebook Group) Please update your books! Menindee Lakes Caravan Park, which is located on a Crown land reserve on the eastern shores of Lake Menindee, was brought under the management of the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment – Crown Lands in August 2020. The managers have had to make a lot of changes, there is no longer a dump point, cabins, camp kitchen, BBQs, picnic tables or shade! Water is now non potable, and the amenities for people with disabilities are not at the required standard.

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