Another one for the bucket list; Cockle Creek is as far south as your wheeled vehicle will take you in Australia. The famous Cockle Creek. Bleak and blowy a lot of the time and perfect for the rest. There’s some great camping down this way and the attractions include solitude, bush walking, a bit of […]
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It’s not often you see a 7-metre stunned mullet lying on the roof of a two-story pub – but you will in the small South Gippsland town of Fish Creek. Some 170kms southeast of Melbourne, Fish Creek (population 800) is a quirky little place. Unlike many small rural towns that have fallen on hard times […]
Volunteer campground hosts: NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) are now recruiting new volunteer campground hosts Campground hosts are passionate volunteers who provide valuable support to NPWS staff by meeting and greeting campers and providing them with friendly and helpful advice so they can make the most of their stay in a NSW national […]
“Just Like A National Park With Modern Facilities” Escape to 25 acres of natural, tranquil bushland, large Billabong, bird life, wildflowers in season, and home to Henry the Peacock. Large open powered and unpowered sites, Self-contained chalets with gas log fires, modern clean amenities, gas BBQs, playground, kiosk and vending machine. Dogs welcome on leash […]
There’s nothing better than hitting the open road with your caravan and camper in tow! But with the strict laws surrounding overloaded caravans or campers, now more than ever it’s important to ensure you are within the legal limits! One of the biggest culprits of unnecessary weight is your battery system. With the average 200Ah […]