If you’re ready to slow down and spend some time in nature this summer, we’ve created a guide for you of some of our favourite campsites.
01 ELIZABETH BEACH, NSW
Step back in time at the old-school caravan park and campground Pacific Palms just a few steps away from a family-friendly surf beach. You’ll also be close to Blueys Beach with its cafes and services.
02 TRIAL BAY GAOL – SOUTH WEST ROCKS, NSW
A campground set right next to the beach in Arakoon National Park. A great spot for a family holiday as there’s plenty of space for tents and caravans and plenty to do. Explore some of Australia’s history at Trial Bay Gaol and enjoy the native wildlife that is abundant in the National Park.
03 PAPERBARK CAMP – JERVIS BAY, NSW
Open since the late 90s, Paperbark camp is made up of a number of off-grid permanent safari tents perched on platforms nestled amongst a eucalyptus and paperbark tree forest. The tents include solar lighting, comfortable beds, insect screening and a wrap-around deck, creating a luxury setting to enjoy the peace and quiet of nature.
04 NIGHTFALL – LAMINGTON NATIONAL PARK, QLD
Tucked away behind Queensland’s Lamington National Park rainforest are Nightfall’s custom-built safari tents, offering a unique glamping experience. Each tent is surrounded by rainforest views on all sides and features a rotating fireplace, twin bath-tubs and a rain water shower. A great way to reset and replenish away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
05 FRIENDLY BEACHES, TAS
There are many beautiful places to stay along the east coast of Tasmania. If you you really want to get back to basics enjoy bush camping at The Friendly Beaches, which are breathtakingly beautiful and you might just get to have breakfast with wallabies.
06 CRESCENT HEAD, NSW
Waves campground located on the edge of Limeburners Creek National Park in beautiful Crescent Head, NSW is a well-maintained campground. It has all the facilities to make for an easy, comfortable holiday including a cafe at the front of the grounds. Great for families as it is surrounded by natural wildlife and close to serene beaches.
07 CACTUS BEACH, SA
Cactus Beach Campground (also know as Point Sinclair Campground) is located on the far West coast of South Australia. The campground itself is nestled in the scrub between the road and the beach which is known for it's great surfing and beautiful sunsets. The campground is also a great base to the stunning close-by pink salt lake, Lake Macdonnell.
08 LENNOX HEAD, NSW
Lennox Head Holiday & Caravan Park is located about a 20 minute drive from Byron Bay, NSW. It's an ideal spot to explore surrounding coastal and hinterland towns. Or stay put in quaint Lennox Head and enjoy long beach walks and local cafe culture.
09 STRADBROKE ISLAND, QLD
A short ferry trip from eastern coast of mainland Australia you will find yourself in North Stradbroke Island. There is lots to do and there are a range of accomodation including beachside campgrounds, cabins and cottages. A wonderful place to unwind and enjoy the native wildlife the island has to offer.
10 VALLA BEACH, NSW
A quiet holiday park situated between a nature reserve, creek and minutes away from South Valla beach, a popular surfing and fishing spot. The holiday park has a number of amenities including a BBQ area, swimming pool and tennis courts. The town itself is small and peaceful making it an ideal refuge to unwind and rejuvenate.