Camper Trailer NSW Destination

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Following our previous blog post, this article will be camper trailer nsw destinations. 3 amazing places to consider visiting on your next trip.

Diamond Head Campground

First up is one for the hikers and explorers. Diamond Head is a beautiful beach side campsite with stunning views of the water and surrounding forest and mountains. It includes caravan sites and picnic amenities, making this a very popular destination around the Crowdy Bay National Park area. This place provides barbecue facilities, showers, toilets, amenities block and picnic tables.

After all the site seeing you can do from the comfort of your own camping grounds, there are plenty of other hiking tracks to check out.Such as the Diamond Head loop walk that shows off Crowdy Bays amazing coastline. And also the Forest walk track for a more rain forest, waterfall and rivers kind of scenery.


Trial Bay Gaol Campground

This campground is found on a point called Arakoon National Park in the north coast region. Another beach side camping ground with spots for tents, motorhomes and camper trailer nsw. Trial Bay Gaol offers an amenities block, picnic table, toilets, barbecue facilities, boat ramp, cafe/kiosk, car park, drinking water, showers and electric power. Bring your boat along if you have one, to take advantage of the great fishing this place offers. Come between the months of Jan and Apr for marlin season. There is also swimming at the front beach. Or visit the historic ruins of Trial Bay Gaol and learn about the prison constructed in the late 1800’s. And as well, this place provides stunning hiking tracks. A couple of them taking you out to the Trial Bay lighthouse.

Overall, this place is highly rated. And if you don’t want to go at a really busy time, avoid school holidays. Places like this are always busy on school holidays, this one can be to the extent of being booked out.


Mungo Brush Campground

Mungo Brush is located in the Myall Lakes National Park again in the north coast region. This place includes picnic tables, barbecue facilities, boat ramp and of course toilets. It is right next to the lake which mean there are great opportunities for a kayak or canoe. Which can take you down the Myall river to Hawkes Nest. There is also fishing either on land or as mentioned before there is a boat ramp. swimming is also on the table being just a short walk from the campgrounds. Also a popular place to fish and sailboard.

You could also visit the Point Stephens lighthouse on Fingal Island, which is only accessible by water transport. There you can learn about the historic ruins. At Tomaree National Park you can visit the WWII gun emplacements. Where you can discover the military history of Port Stephens on a free guided tour. And once again there is also plenty of hiking tracks.


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Camper trailer destinations, QLD

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Camper trailer destinations, QLD

Camping in Queensland can be the most beautiful thing with an average of 300 days of sunshine a year. So finding the right spot is very important. Different locations give you different opportunities of various activities. By going over places in Queensland and their info, this should answer your question of “where should I take my camper trailer and my family?”.

Beerwah Caravan Park

This caravan park also has a tent site which is available on application only. They also are pet friendly. Beerwah caravan park has many places to go and see such as Australia Zoo which is just 5km away as well as the glass house mountains being just 7km away. In addition, Golden beach and the amazing beaches of Caloundra are only 20 minutes away. for booking ring  0416678694.


1770 is a town on the coast of Queensland in between Rockhampton and Bundaberg. Whether you are into boating and fishing or surf beaches and national parks, this town has multiple camper trailer parks that offer those to you. there are two waterside camping places at Middle beach and Bustard bay if you were looking at boating and fishing. A couple of kilometres south of 1770 is Deepwater National Park which has a number of camping places that are in amongst the trees that are a short walk from a surf beach, exclusive to the park. If you have have a pet, unfortunately Captain Cook holiday park is the only caravan park that accepts pets around the town of 1770. All caravan parks have flush toilets and all national parks have drop toilets.

Byfield National Park

Byfield is located in Farnborough which is 70km north-east of Rockhampton. Along with beautiful coastal views and scenery, you will never run out of things to do around this place. First of all, it has all the basics. Toilets, showers, BBQ, and an open fireplace with camp fires and generators also permitted. As far as activities go, the list is quite a length longer. There is swimming, boating, fishing, sailing canoeing and kayaking. And that’s just for the water lovers. There is also hiking, cycling, horse riding tracks, trail bike tracks and lookouts. To sum it up, this place is not just about the pretty scenery. Byfield is definitely a great place to go for a brilliant vacation packed with plenty of things to do.

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