Our Choice of The Four Best Camping Spots in Australia

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Ever wondered where the Best Camping Spots in Australia are? We are seasoned campers and have been on it for years so take note of Our Choice of The Four Best Camping Spots in Australia. We all have that one spot that we consider paradise. That one spot that we think of as special.

When it comes to outdoors, there’s always that breathtaking spot, the picture perfect one, or one that is just plain eccentric. One great thing about the outdoors is that, your favourites keep evolving. Every journey comes with its own adventures, giving us new favourites, and new scenery to appreciate.

You never know where your next adventure might lead you to. Below are some wonderful, eccentric, and the most extra ordinary Australian camping choices available for your enjoyment on your next rural trip. So here it is folks, our choice of the four best camping spots in Australia yours for the taking!

Jervis bay is one of the best camping spots in AustraliaBooderee National Park, Jervis Bay, NSW

If you’re looking for the whitest sand beaches in the world, Booderee National Park which is located along Jervis Bay, on the south coast of NSW is the best place to camp. The park comprises of three camping areas that are un-powered, and you can witness the northerly breeding movement to the warmer Queensland waters by humpback and southern right whales if you go there in June or July.

Dawsons Spring, Mt Kaputar National Park, NSW

Because of its ability to peak up from the surrounding range, the Dawsons Springs, Mt Kaputar National Park, is often referred to as an ecological island. Located close to the Mt Kaputar summit, the camping ground will give you access to some very spectacular views. Mt Kaputer has an altitude of 1510 m, which makes it the main attraction at the national park. Also, you can enjoy a magnificent 360-degree view covering one tenth of NSW from the summit.

Ormiston Gorge, West MacDonnell National Park, NT

Due to the fact that there’s restricted light pollution, Territorians are treated to the clearest night skies that can be found anywhere in the county, which makes camping in Central Australia very beautiful. There’s a well-known spot on the Larapinta Trail called Ormiston Gorge, where walkers go to dip in the almost permanent water hole. This is a place where you can roll down your sleeves, relax, and be treated to an abundance of shooting stars and satellites as you doze off.

Mitchell Falls, Mitchell River National Park, WA

Getting to the remote Mitchell Plateau which involves a 16 hour drive from Kunurra is quite a trek. However, the exceptional, well known flowing four-tiered Mitchell Falls, which is a 6km walk from the camping site, is a remarkable sight that makes it worth the walk. You should also ensure that you have everything you need before embarking on this trip because the terrain is one of the most isolated and inaccessible terrain that can be found in Australia.
I am sure everybody has their own best camping spots, but these are ours….for now because we change our minds all the time and we discover new places to go camping. Leave us a comment and let us know if you have been to any of these camping spots? We would love to hear your opinion on these spots.

The 4 best camping spots in Australia

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