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Wilsons Promontory National Park Review

Wilsons Promontory National Park Wilsons Promontory National Park, or the ‘Prom’ as it’s known locally is a favorite destination of Melburnians. It is a fantastic place to visit  if there is a full day spare. Even if you visit it frequently I doubt you will ever get to explore it fully. A National park within striking distance of Melbourne, it has everything that attracts. White-sand beaches, where the sand goes squeak underfoot. Secluded beaches, reached via hiking trails long and short. Log cabins for the benefit of overnight hikers. A campsite that books out months ahead during the holidays and the southernmost point of mainland Australia. There is a steep climb up to the summit of Mt.Oberon that is a must do, it does demand a reasonable amount of fitness, and a large ...

Flinders Chase National Park Review

Flinders Chase National Park Review Flinders Chase National Park and Ravine Des Casoars Wilderness Protection Area is spectacular to say the least.  Aim at spending more than one day here, you won’t regret it.  There is a small $11 fee to get in but it surely is money well spent. The main roads in the park (to Admirals Arch and Remarkable Rocks) were paved and well maintained. There is a boardwalk path from parking lot to Remarkable Rocks, that is mostly flat. There are several stories of stairs down to Admirals Arch, they are wide and well maintained. There is so many diverse things to see and wonder at. The rock formation are amazing, take some time to walk and marvel at them, the information boards are excellent. The fur seals are just wonderful to watch and the boarded walkway ma...

Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park Review

Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmania Cradle Mountain at the northern end of the wild Cradle Mt – Lake St Clair National Park in which is part of the spectacular Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. The ruggerd contours of Cradle Mountain shows just what a wild landscape is meant to look like.  There is everything from ancient rainforests to buttongrass that paints a colorful and spectacular picture to explore. Cold and Icy streams flowing down mountain sides with the ancient pines mirrored in the still waters of glacial lakes and a wealth of wildlife ensure there is always something to captivate you. The area is one of the most popular natural areas in Tasmania. A visit will reveal why. Cradle is the starting point for the world-famous Overland Track, a magnific...

Inskip Point Camping Review

Inskip Point Camping Review Inskip Point Peninsula Camping Area is on the mainland just opposite the Fraser Island. It is surounded by the Pacific Ocean on its eastern side and has the calm sheltered water of Tin Can Bay and Great Sandy Strait to it’s west. There is a small amount of sites that are accessible to 2WD vehicles, small caravans and camper trailers and are first in first served. Are you planning on taking your dog?  Then take an alternative route to the Teewah beach drive, which is 4WD only!  A permit is required and is available here Cooloola Recreation Area vehicle access permit. Always travel around low tide times and check beach conditions (PDF, 821K) before going. Dogs and other domestic animals are not permitted in vehicles traversing the Cooloola Recreation Area (P...

Heavenly Camp Spots

We have taken the hard work out of finding utopia with these camps spots.  These are family friendly and breathtaking camp spots that you will remember for a life time. Come join us here at Camp-Spots and enjoy some of the most spectacular camp spots across the USA. Whether you prefer being up in the mountains, down on the beach or something unique, these camping hotspots will have you getting back to nature in no time  Apgar Campground Apgar Campground, is the largest camp spot in the Glacier National Park. It is nestled in a stunning pine forest and you’ll see mountain peaks just beyond glacier-fed Lake McDonald. The campspot accommodates both tent and RV campers but be warned it does not take reservations. This is family friendly camp spot and activities include boat rentals, horseback ...

Carlyle Beach Camp

Carlyle Beach Camp Carlyle Beach Camp is a great camp spot at only  $12.50 per person. Big kitchen, good and clean facilities, free wifi, free laundry. You can swim and fish or have a walk at the beach (black sand). Lovely owner, making this place beautiful. Good for children too (playground). Good for a short stay. The owner is very friendly. The facilities are a bit dusty and not modern but showers are included and the water is hot. The sites are even. Special and a plus are the open fire pits and a nice cat. Overnight Camping Site Cost Overnight Stay Rules Booking Required Powered Sites Cabins Non-powered Sites Pets

We Show Out Favorite Australian Camp Spots

Everyone has their most favorite camp spots, you know  that camp spot that has something just a little bit special about it. A camp spot that has been host to an awe-inspiring moment or, quite simply, has a quirky or picturesque quality. The beauty of the great outdoors, however, is that each of our lists of favorites are ever-changing. A new journey brings with it new discoveries; new favorite spots and new landscapes. Here are some of our off the beaten track camp spots that we are happy to let the secret out on.      MOST IDYLLIC WATERFALL Mitchell Falls, Mitchell River National Park, WA It’s a bit of a slog to get to the remote Mitchell Plateau (16 hours drive from Kununurra) but the spectacular sight of the unique and renowned flowing four-tiered Mitchell Falls –a 6 km walk ...

Free Camping In NSW

With the increase of caravanning popularity it can be hard to get your mind around all the options we are lucky to have in Australia to make camp for the night. Free camping has always been extremely popular with the traveller and is becoming more popular every day. We are starting a journey of listing some great Free camp spots around Australia and have hand picked some great ones to start our journey and how better to start Alphabetically. We are opening a new forum section on free camping  so you can share and get advice from fellow campers and soon we will make finding free camps even easier, so keep returning as big things are happening here at camp spots! Bemboka Rest Area. Address: Name: Bemboka Rest Area Street: Snowy Mountains Highway Town: Bemboka State or Territory: New South Wa...

Camping At Flat Rock Tent Park

Flat Rock Tent Park is situated alongside the aptly named Angels Beach – it is a hidden treasure in itself. It is the best-kept corner of our coast, giving you the opportunity to experience an unforgettable getaway in an environment of incredible natural beauty. It’s a magical pocket of peaceful ocean-side tranquillity, that has been mercifully preserved from coastal development. Perched above a unique basalt outcrop – the ‘flat’ rock’ – jutting seaward from a grassy promontory, it is surrounded by coastal bushland that providing campers with a unique, secluded holiday experience. Flat Rock Tent Park, catering for tents and camper trailers, is just a short drive from the town of Ballina to the south and Lennox Head village to the north. The park features gas heating for the amenities...

Camping On Mt Tamborine

Camping On Mt Tamborine is a beautiful experience and the place to do it is oddly named Tamborine Caravan and Camping, it in the tourist area that is located just off Tamborine Mountain Road. The site itself contains several  activities including horse riding and Thunder egg mining. All of these activities are within walking distances of campers, along with tennis, basketball and volleyball courts. Tamborine Mountain Caravan and Camping Park is only minutes from Tamborine Mountain “Gallery Walk” with its many attractions, National Parks, craft shops and art galleries, cafes and restaurants and wineries.A freshwater creek is within walking distance of the caravan park and it has many swimming holes, a great place to cool down on a hot day. Open fires are allowed (in the designated areas), y...

Camping At Barwon Heads Victoria

With a few options to camping at Barwon Heads (Victoria) offers such a relaxing atmosphere and at such places as Riverside Caravan park and Riverside camping area to name a couple you really are spoilt for choice and they all provide the opportunity for a bit of good old bush camping but right next to the water in Ocean Grove. With over 220 sites (all unpowered) located on the Barwon River side of the sand spit between Barwon Heads and Ocean Grove, no site is more than a minutes walk to the river beach or a couple of minutes to the ocean beach. Many of the sites are right on the river’s edge and many are shaded by native vegetation. Spectacular sunsets across the river estuary abound. To preserve the fragile coastal environment the Riverside camping area is only available for the six weeks...

Lane Poole Reserve Camping Review

Just 100 kilometres from Perth, the Reserve covers nearly 55,000 hectares, ranging from the steeply forested valley slopes and rock-rimmed pools of the Murray River near the Darling Scarp to the more open, undulating jarrah and wandoo woodlands further east. Tall blackbutt, jarrah and marri forest shades the river valley, and on either side of the river gravel roads lead to recreation areas. Popular camping spots include the site of the old jarrah mill at Nanga, burnt in the Dwellingup fires of 1961, and now sheltered by a grove of tall pines. See feature “A Town Like Nanga”. Nearby Nanga Brook flows down a trout ladder and into the Murray River. The Murray is the largest river in the Darling Plateau undammed for water supply. The river forms rapids, small waterfalls and deep s...

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