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Top Things To Do In Australia

19 August 2020
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To say that we’re a little spoiled here in Australia is a bit of an understatement! This country is positively packed with incredible locations, camping spots and natural wonders to discover, the possibilities really are endless when you start compiling a list of things to do and places to see. If you’re all about all things camping, then you absolutely need to make the time to enjoy these top camping locations and activities in Australia this year…

Explore Along the Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean Road is one of Victoria’s most iconic attractions, and it’s perfect if you’re looking for the action-packed adventure of a lifetime! You’ll be able to enjoy a tonne of awesome experiences and locations. Think whale spotting, surfing, walking trails, The Twelve Apostles and Otway National Park, just to name a few of your options! 

Exploring Victoria’s Great Ocean Road can be quite the voyage, so make sure that you’re prepared for every occasion by bringing along a lightweight camper trailer that enables you to explore off road – you want to be ready for anything that comes your way! The Explorer from Cub is the perfect entry level trailer for every outdoor adventure and it fits four people comfortably, giving your entire group all the creature comforts and options you might need to have your most enjoyable, varied and exciting camping trip yet.

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Where to Stay…

You have an awful lot of choice on your hands when you’re looking for spots to stay along the Great Ocean Road. Favourites include Wye River Reserve, Kennett River Foreshore Reserve and Stevensons Falls. All of these put you in a great position for exploring and are fantastic for memorable camping trips that you’ll absolutely love. 

Adventure Rural New South Wales


New South Wales has so much to get out there and discover. The National Parks, bushland and coast are just waiting to be explored! Make the most out of your time in NSW by checking out a few different areas beyond the city. Drive along to experience natural wonders like Jervis Bay for crystal clear waters, The Snowy Mountains for adrenaline filled fun and Dorrigo National Park for tropical rainforest adventures. 

Where to Stay…

Pack up and head to Bristol Point, Cave Beach or Green Patch to set up just a few steps away from beautiful Jervis Beach. This is perfect for campers who are looking for a chilled out break to shed all the stresses of day-to-day life, you’ll feel like you’re in your own corner of paradise on the white beaches looking out at stretches of stunning horizon. If you’re hunting for more action, veer towards Platypus Flat campground in the beautiful Nymboi-Binderay National Park on the Dorrigo plateau. This has walking paths, plenty of wildlife and water bound activities like kayaking and fishing!

Discover Tropical North Queensland

Venture up north for balmy weather, tropical wildlife and plenty of outdoor adventures! This state is a must for summer beach camping and rainforest exploring. There are endless amounts of stunning camping locations in North Queensland, you could close your eyes, point at the map and still wind up with an incredible, memorable camping experience! Travel to the Whitsundays for a perfect beach adventure, explore the Bunya mountains or head to the Southern Downs for a little rustic, rural style camping. 

Where to Stay…

For the ultimate Whitsundays experience, book yourself a spot at Whitehaven Beach, there’s no better way to experience it, promise! Sandy Bay is great for long summer days enjoying the coast, whilst Tamborine Mountains is perfect for those who are looking to schedule in some serious sight-seeing on their walking trails. Whether you’re looking for beautiful beaches, tropical rainforest or stunning mountains, North Queensland really does have it all. 

Visit Perth for the Indian Ocean Drive

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If you’re yet to experience Perth then it’s high time that you went west! The Turquoise Coast is home to Perth’s iconic Pinnacles Desert, where you’ll find staggering limestone pillars, breathtaking views and mind-blowing, secluded sandy beaches. For more excitement, stumble across one of the best views you’ve ever experienced at The Stromatolites at Lake Thetis, trek in the Lesueur National Park or try your hand at skydiving in Jurien Bay!

Where to Stay…

If you really want to take a deep dive into everything that Perth has to offer (which is a lot!) then you should get planning yourself a trip doing the Indian Ocean Drive. You can bring your camper trailer with you and set up at sites such as Cliff Head or Ledge Point for a quiet beach side camping experience. There are also plenty of eco-camp sites on offer including Milligan Island and the notorious Sandy Cape. This is a relatively short drive, so scheduling in a night here and there at these camping locations will stretch out your adventure and create a truly treasurable trip that you’ll remember forever. 

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