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Mount Kaputar: Camping review

Mount Kaputar: Camping review

Mount Kaputar National Park near Narrabri feels fairly remote even though it's only 560 km northwest of Sydney (or some 630 km southwest of Brisbane). And it's probably not the most popular national park in New South Wales,...
Springbrook National Park: Camping Review

Springbrook National Park: Camping Review

The Gold Coast Hinterland boasts a number of spectacular national parks full of rainforests, waterfalls, rocky plateaus, winding creeks and valleys, and abundant wildlife. Pick any of the national parks, from Lamington, Tamborine to Springbrook, and you're going...
Bunya Mountains: Camping review

Bunya Mountains: Camping review

Although Bunya Mountains National Park isn't the biggest national park you'll ever come across, it makes for a relaxing camping weekend away if you're in southeast Queensland. There's enough hiking to keep things interesting, or if you're feeling...
Bribie Island: Camping Review

Bribie Island: Camping Review

Ocean-front camping, just behind the dunes with views of the beach and a few metres away from the water is what beach camping in Queensland is all about. This is no different at Bribie Island. The island is...
Camping on Fraser Island: Review

Camping on Fraser Island: Review

On our trip to Fraser Island over Christmas last year, we camped in three different spots: Central Station, Waddy Point (Top) and Dundabara. Here's what we thought of camping on Fraser Island. * Fraser Island: Camping Areas All...
Camping at Freshwater: Review

Camping at Freshwater: Review

If you want to explore Rainbow Beach and the Cooloola section of Great Sandy National Park, you've got plenty of options for camping. You can beach camp along Teewah Beach, behind the dunes near Inskip Point or close...
Mount Moffatt: Camping Review

Mount Moffatt: Camping Review

Carnarvon Gorge is a spectacular national park in Queensland's Sandstone Belt and really shouldn't be missed. But it's also quite popular (justifiably so) so if you want to venture somewhat off the beaten track, make the trek out...