Keith Lucht from Ipswich, Queensland called us at CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE to tell us about our App. He was excited. This camping App is so, so much simpler because you can just scroll through and that’s where we are – and it all comes up! You look at your town, we go to Walgett, and it is all there. I can touch the map and spread it to where I want to go. I’ve got every single App for camping in Australia and yours is easiest! Miles easier! I’ve had more apps than you can poke a stick at. I’ve
Parks Victoria, Forest Fire Management Victoria and the Conservation Regulator are urging travellers to be extra prepared before visiting parks and forests. Even where the rain has stopped, the impacts of floods and storms will continue for months ahead. Things might not be as expected, and forecasts and park conditions may change rapidly. Victoria continues to experience the impacts of widespread floods and storms, affecting many communities across the state. Many campsites and access roads, particularly near rivers in northern Victoria, such as along the Murray River, are closed or partially closed and will remain so until they are safe to access. While they
Over the holidays, on another Facebook group, someone suggested there should be an Aussie owned, independent App for free and budget sites. Well there is – the Camps Australia Wide App.
Beautiful Tasmania What do you need to know about trip planning? Here is more ‘how-to” in our “Camping 101” series. When you are building an itinerary it can all seem a little daunting. There is a lot to decide – how far to travel each day, types of campgrounds and importantly just how many days, weeks or months you can escape for! Making an itinerary is STEP 4 of our new year reset and travel goals. If you missed them, we recommend you check dates and set travel goals and build a wishlist. I like to set it all down
Views of Stanley and The Nut, Tasmania Here’s our personal favourites from where we’ve been this year. Heatley and I have travelled far and wide in 2022, and so have our CAMPS Ambassadors. So grab a cuppa, and check out our list for your 2023 trip planning! Click on the links to find out more! Tasmania Stanley Recreation Ground (photographed from The Nut), Tasmania Oh, I’ll be back in a heartbeat. We weren’t here for long, but in usual CAMPS style we covered some country. From Launceston to Marrawah on the West Coast, and all down the north east corner. Ahhh! So
This couple were very happy at Diamantina Cooper Rest Area, near Windorah and Quilpie, QLD Do you need a last minute campground or caravan park? Here’s our ‘Camping 101’ tips… For popular caravan parks and camps, you need to book ahead over peak periods like Christmas, summer, Easter, other school holidays and often The Dry season up north. Some bookings at iconic beach parks or camps can only be won in a ballot. But if you are like us, we don’t often plan ahead. We love not knowing where we’ll be that night. Perhaps you’ve just secured time off over summer,
Ezra from the UK, is touring Tasmania – and hiring a motorhome for a week’s camping. He said places are booking out already, and was hoping for some advice… Now, we’re just back from Tasmania and it is no surprise bookings are busy. Especially around that time. We had trouble, too – but there was still room in free camps. Now to ‘Camping 101’ tips! Firstly – here is our latest article that is perfect for you. I would recommend choosing one corner of Tasmania (depending on where you fly into Tasmania), otherwise in a week you’ll spend a lot
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