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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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Shiralee Clydesdales - Image Lyn Hutton
Farm & Station Stays

NEW listing – Shiralee Clydesdales & Farm Stay, Queensland

A big thanks to Lyn Hutton who recommended we add this Queensland farm stay to our list! Shiralee Clydesdales & Farm Stay is a camp where you can swim in the dam, sit by the fire, feed the farm animals and you can bring your pets, too! Lyn told us, “They have taken some effort to set out level and separate camp areas at the back of the property.  It’s a work in progress – toilets, showers and ample rubbish bins are currently provided.” Plus Lyn says it is just $20 per site per night and only about 8kms out

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Rocky Creek Glacial Area near Bingara NSW by Nicole Piper
Free Camping

Free camp at Rocky Creek Glacial Area and explore Mt Kaputar National Park, New South Wales

Image by Nicole Piper Isn’t it amazing what good rain can do? A year ago we showed you photos of Rocky Creek Glacial Area – a freedom camp south west of beautiful Bingara, New South Wales, literally metres off the road to Narrabri, New South Wales. Check out the video we took when we were there, it looks different to this gushing view snapped by Nicole Piper. You can see how you can swim in a series of natural spas! Note: there is no ice or glaciers now, but the geological wonder is a good place to cool off. It’s NSW

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Camping at Lions Park, New South WalesCamping at Lions Park, New South Wales
Budget Campsite

Two pet friendly budget camps at Bundarra, New South Wales

Camping at Lions Park, New South Wales We stopped at Bundarra, a lovely town between Armidale and Bingara, south of Inverell and north of Uralla in the New England region of New South Wales. It’s always a bonus when a town offers not just one but two budget camping options – and your can bring your furry friend to both: Bundarra Lions Park We were very impressed with this pretty park, right on the banks of the Gwydir River.  The large quiet rest area has accessible toilets, firepits, picnic tables, shade and views. It is pet friendly. Please make sure

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Lake Lyell, New South Wales - Image Cathie and Allan Bromwich
Budget Campsite

Waterside fun: camp at Lake Lyell, New South Wales

Lake Lyell is a picturesque recreational lake, great for camping, water skiing, 4WDing, swimming, canoeing. Fish for rainbow trout, brown trout, Australian bass, Macquarie perch, goldfish and redfin. All this and only about two and a half hours from Sydney, on the outskirts of Lithgow! It has unpowered sites at budget prices. Pet friendly, it is suitable for tents right through to Big Rigs. There are toilets and showers, water, mobile coverage, picnic tables, firepits, BBQ and you can purchase gas onsite at the kiosk. Although close to the road – there are great views! Facilities include kiosk, boat ramp, amenities

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Mount Little Station, South Australia

NEW LISTING: Mount Little Station, South Australia

Pet friendly, suitable for all types of camping, including Big Rigs, Mount Little Station is in the majestic Flinders Ranges, SA. Other accommodation is on the property, with toilets, showers, camp kitchen and barbeque, shade, fishing and swimming. Sit around the campfire and enjoy stunning sunsets and a sky full of stars. The Station Stay offers private access to Mayo Gorge and the Elder Range – what a unique experience for bushwalkers, photographers, artists, cyclists, birdwatchers and adventurers! Base yourself here for scenic day trips to Hawker, Parachilna, Blinman and Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park, all within an hour of the property.

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Yurlu Caravan Park at Newman, Western Australia
Caravan Parks

Yurlu Caravan Park at Newman, Western Australia now open!

There is a new caravan park in Newman, WA! Developed by the Shire of East Pilbara, the first stage has been completed and when the project has been finished, with over $3 million invested. The first stage saw powered and unpowered sites available for tents, caravans and recreational vehicles – and it is pet friendly. The Shire endorsed the name “Yurlu” which means ‘campground’ in Nyiyaparli. With the facility located on Nyiyaparli Country, Yurlu is an appropriate name and the Shire would like to thank and acknowledge Karlka Nyiyaparli Aboriginal Corporation for their assistance with this process. Well-equipped with a

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Secret Lake Retreat, New South Wales
Budget Campsite

NEW LISTING: Secret Lake Retreat, New South Wales

Budget priced, pet friendly, modern amenities, big rigs, fishing, swimming – here’s a new camp that has the lot! Secret Lake Retreat officially opened for December 2021, and is live in the Camps Australia Wide App. Situated north west of Lawrence, in the Clarence Valley, on the NSW north coast, west of Yamba. There are over 800 acres of bushland to explore and a gorgeous 60 acre private lake! You’ll find sandstone outcrops, waterholes, seasonal creeks and no nearby neighbours, a perfect destination for a relaxing retreat. So new, not all sites have been fully levelled. With unallocated sites, just

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NSW Bretti Reserve
Free Camping New South Wales

A free camp that the cows love as well: Bretti Reserve, NSW

This is a beautiful camping and picnic area located in a serene environment. Although the facilities are basic, Bretti Reserve features large open spaces and a flowing river that makes for a refreshing swim. The river is frequented by birdlife and don’t be surprised if a few cows graze close to your site! The site has toilets, fireplaces, shade and access for a big rig; the maximum stay is one month. There are no showers and taps, however you can drink water from the river if you boil it for at least 15 minutes. If you have packed your canoe, you

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