{Travel} Awesome Camping Trips in Australia for your next off-road Adventure

Australia is undoubtedly one of the most attractive continents around the world. It has rare wildlife, white sand beaches, and different landscapes.

Awesome camping trips in australia

Travelers review Australia as a one of a kind destination. They all want to get back and experience again the beauty of its land.

And to get the most of your adventure, you need good selections of rental motorhomes. Once you’re done, packed and get ready to go, it’s time to uncover the nature’s beauty.

Here’s a list of some of the best camping places in Australia:

Grampians National Park

Explore glorious rocky mountain ranges, wonderful wildflower displays, recreational activities, and aboriginal rock art only in the Grampians National Park. It can be found 260km north-west of Melbourne.

There are so many things to do inside the park. If you like challenging things, you can try their overnight hiking. This includes water crossings, slippery tracks, rock hopping and climbing. Hikers should be physically fit and they should plan their path and have their topographic map or compass. You can see the breathtaking view of Mt. William and Reed Lookout.

You can also try their trekking activities if hiking is not for you. The end of your journey will bring you to their famous waterfalls, the Mackenzie Falls or Tilwinda Falls.

It also has campgrounds in the forest. You can camp there with your family or friends. They provide pit toilets, fireplaces, and picnic tables. There is a $12.50 fee per night stay. You can have early reservations, especially during holiday seasons.

Leeuwin-Natureliste National Park

Enjoy fishing, surfing, walking, and camping in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park. It is located at Dawson Drive, Yallingup, Western Australia. You can have bush walks in the Cape Naturaliste. There is a lighthouse that acts as a maritime guide. You can also enjoy its view and attractions especially the whale lookout.

It is a home of native wildlife with possums, wallabies, and kangaroos. You can also find endangered red-tailed tropic birds nest on Sugarloaf Rock.

You will enjoy its white sand beach. It is the best surfing place in the state.

There are selected campgrounds in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, it would be a memorable experience to camp in there.

Mt. Field National Park

If you want to try a new way of camping, Mt. Field National Park is there for you. Mt. Field National Park is the first national park of Tasmania. It has dazzling vistas, great walks, large wildlife, and great visitor facilities. It is very popular to the nature lover.

Start your adventure by learning the history, geology, plants, and animals of the park. The receptionist at the visitor center will give you all your needed information.

You can have a picnic with your family or friends while enjoying the famous Russell Falls. You can reach it through a forest of towering tree ferns. Based on their visitors, Russell Falls was the most beautiful and attractive waterfall in Tasmania. Don’t miss to go in here.

Another section of the park is the Lake Dobson. It includes a long trail of walks and also skiing area during winter months only. For a group of people who wants to camp, you can stay in their Government Huts. You will enjoy the view on the top of the mountain.

Camping inside the park is also available. The campground is near the Tyenna River. They offer facilities like powered sites, a toilet and shower block, coin operated washing machine and dryer. They provide a common kitchen with free use of electric barbeques and sink with hot water.

These are some of the camping trips you should consider in Australia and some adventures you can partake in. Have you ever been camping?

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