Australia’s 10 Great Camping Spots
I love summer. ‘Tis my favorite time of the year. Its warm weather reminds me to welcome the season with a huge back pack to get ready for another great travel experience.
Australia is such a great place to explore and such a waste to stay indoors and do nothing. I find it exciting to see rainforest, steep mountains, and free water falling, running in a river, or just keeping myself warm in the beach. I can’t see these things at home. Can you?
Here’s the best part. Whenever I hit the road with my camper trailer in a loaded tour, the greatest accomplishment I always get at the end of each trip is to find a good place to camp before the sun sets not unless I have made reservations far in advance.
Let’s accept that we Aussies just love to travel. I find myself fortunate to find these great Australian Camping Spots that I’d love to share it with you all. So, buckle your back packs and everything up. Join me as we start off to see these great Australians camping spot that you never seen before (unless you’re lucky to have been there).
1. If you’re looking for colorful sand cliffs, stunning beaches, rain forest, or anything your eyes pleases to see, Fraser Island has it. Truly a summer in this Island is guaranteed can’t be missed. It is located near the Great Barrier Reef, Queensland.
2. If you want to discover something unique, Eyre Peninsula is the best place to go, located in SA. The place is perfect for coastlines and marine life adventures.
3. Grampians National Park, West Victoria. It never stops to offer a package deal of stunning views of lakes, falls, mountains or anything similar from the outside and within.
4. Barossa Valley. Who would think that these wine producing areas has also a wide range of tourist attraction and camping parks situated just few kilometers away from Adelaide, South Australia.
5. Margaret River. This is a perfect place for families of all ages because there is always something for everybody. A town in WA, located South of Perth.
6. Cradle Mountain. One of well-known tourist attractions in Tasmania surrounded with scenic campsites. Anyone coming here can get to have the country’s awesome wilderness experience.
7. South West Rocks. Don’t be misled by the name. It is not a town of rock pile but one of the most beautiful coastlines in Northern NSW. I’m sure it is not enough to take my word for it but see to believe that it’s perfect for a relaxing holiday.
8. Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort. A must do Australian adventure to feed our friendly dolphins near Crystal Waters in Sunshine Coast, Queensland.
9. Wilsons Promontory National Park. It is in the South most part of the mainland (VIC) with stunning wildlife and scenic trails.
10. Nitmiluk National Park. This is near Katherine, located in Northern Territory, home of incredible waterfalls.
Have you ever been awe struck by these marvelous camping grounds in OZ? If yes, stay tuned because this is just the beginning. So, how do you welcome summer?