We have found some of the best secluded camp spots in Australia that you may just need to bring your own power too.
Sometimes we all need just to getaway and turn off the gadgets and just get back to nature and these are some of them spots that will have you relaxed.
Our Secluded camp spots in Australia will have you wanting to pack up and get away but you will need to pack Portable Power. Be that: solar panels and/or an Inverter Generator. So what are you waiting for? Choose a spot, pack your kit and get on the road!
Enjoy everything the Australian coastline has to offer along the spectacular Great Ocean Road. Near the 12 Apostles, there are drive-in campsites and hikers’ sites if you’re stopping on the Great Ocean Walk. Johanna Beach is well worth a stop.
You might need a 4WD to get there, but we promise it’s worth it. This isolated beach in Coorong National Park is 180 km southeast of Adelaide and 140 km long. Time it perfectly to watch migratory birds on the wetlands and marvel at the changing colour of the dunes with dawn and dusk.
Whether you’re guzzling wine in some of the country’s top wineries or trekking the Cape to Cape Track, you can’t afford to miss a few nights at this spectacular campsite located just 20 km south of Margaret River. Along with the unforgettable views, enjoy a spot of fishing and who knows, you might catch a salmon or two for dinner.
Situated in the jointly Aboriginal-managed Booderee National Park, this campsite is a 3-hour drive south of Sydney and surrounded by picture perfect wilderness. The secluded beach is ideal for beginner’s surfing and free from crowds. We won’t tell if you don’t.
This park is the longest expanse of undeveloped coastline in NSW, stretching 60 km along the northeast coast. So where do you camp? We say you can’t go past the campsite near Angourie beach with its calm lagoons, hidden beaches, canoeing, surfing and walking trails.
Trying to get away from it all? Head to Tooloom Falls campground. Located deep within the Tooloom National Park, more than 600km north of Sydney, the site is surrounded by walking tracks, clear water streams and creeks for fishing.
Simply a must-visit for lovers of water sports. Just north of Port Macquarie, Stoney Park provides jet skiing, water skiing and canoeing. If you want to stay on dry land, the labyrinth of cycling and bushwalking tracks will have you in a spin.
There are no words to describe The Grampians, but we’ll try anyway…magnificent summits, breath-taking lookouts, refreshing waterfalls, treks through lush bushland and forests, rock climbing and much more. The Grampians is an adventure lover’s paradise. There are heaps of campsites and we couldn’t pick just one, so get out there and explore!