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Your trailer is hitched, your bags are packed and the kids are ready to hit the road. But where is the best place to camp? Australia has a wonderful variety of holiday spots, whether you’re after bush, beach or outback. From remote campsites to coastal hinterlands, the natural wonders of National Parks or the freedom of bush camping, we look at some of the top places to park your camper trailer this holiday season.
Camping by the Great Ocean Road and discover rich wine regions.
Take a tour of the first state, from city slicking to camping in Byron Bay.
Some of the country’s best outback camping is nestled among the natural wonders of Uluru and Kakadu National Park.
Discover Adelaide, traverse the Flinders Ranges or drive the winding coastline of the Fleurieu Peninsula.
Drive from Perth to the lush Margaret River, or take a camel-back ride in Broome.
Discover nature and wildlife at the Great Barrier Reef, surf the Gold Coast and see Australia’s best theme parks.
Drive the island home of some of Australia’s best wildlife and national parks, and stop in at the hubs of Hobart and Launceston.
Our nation’s capital, Canberra is surrounded by historic icons and wild national parks.
24 October 2016
Red Bluff lures travellers with the perfect combination of solitude, surf, sand and a rustic camp...
20 October 2016
Arguably the most accessible outback destination in Australia, touring the ancient West MacDonnel...
17 October 2016
The wide open fields of the Cordillo Downs Station have a story or two to tell.
11 October 2016
Take a step back in time as we visit the rugged final resting place of Aussie explorers Burke and...
5 October 2016
Only a few hours from Brisbane, enjoy a remote wilderness getaway in the wild and rugged Sundown...
22 September 2016
An outback icon and a lifeline for travellers on the remote Oodnadatta Track, the Pink Roadhouse...
20 September 2016
Having set up camp a week after torrential rain, the Boumas enjoyed Palm Valley, within the Finke...
15 September 2016
Is Bourke really on the edge of the outback? Kev smith travels 50km south to find out.
12 September 2016
With majestic views and low-range terrain that’s fun for everyone, the Gardens of Stone national...
22 August 2016
Droving cattle is in Ian Conway’s blood and, at Kings Creek Station, he has realised his dream.
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