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Location Discoveries

The options for camping in Australia are limitless, from high in the mountains to sandy coasts of pristine beaches you will find camping spots everywhere, including your own backyard.

Every now and then we come across precious camping gems, from finding an awesome fishing spot, to finding a camp ground with a unique difference, to your all time favourite place to camp. Whatever it is, we'd love to hear about it (and so would everyone else). So share your top camping location and all the details here.

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Goat Rock Camping Ground & Tourist Park

Goat Rock Camping Ground and Tourist Park offers a great camping spot set in natural bushland amongst stunning granite boulders and Moreton Bay Fig trees. With over 200 acres there is plenty of room for everyone.  Leave the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy the great outdoors. This peaceful spot will provide a great camping experience for all. Toilets and showers, BBQ's and picnic facilities available.
*Day Visitors
*Bus Groups
*Unpowered Camping Sites
*Pet Friendly

Royal National Park

Just a ferry ride away from the bustling city of Cronulla & Sydney, you arrive to the quant and peaceful village of Bundeena, which is home to Bonnie Vale campground.  This sits within Royal National Park (which is the first national park in Australia, and the 2nd oldest in the entire world!).   The camp area borders mangroves, native bushland, a beautful beach, and is just a 10 minute walk from the cafes of Bundeena and Mainanbar for your morning coffee.  Enjoy!

Wharncliffe Mill - Margaret River

Wharncliffe Mill offers bush camping in the National Park with campfire pits (subject to fire restrictions) and all the mod cons of flushing toilets and hot showers.  There is a massive undercover area (old saw mill) complete with BBQ's and ping pong  looking out over the lawn area and nature play space.  Take a beautiful bush walk into Margaret River town centre or hit the awesome mountain bike and hiking trails - you can walk or ride straight out from your campsite or cabin into the forest trails with some exhillerating mountain biking in the nearby Margaret River Pines....

Don't forget to look through your state for all your local locations!