As we make our way around Eyre Peninsula again we decided to try out a couple of new overnight stays before our first destination. One of the off grid camping spots we stopped at was Yeldulknie Weir, around 5 kilometres east of Cleve. The camping area has a number of spaces to pull up a… Read More Yeldulknie Weir and Reservoir
For those contemplating free camping it can seem a little daunting, but with a bit of preparation you may find it will be your favourite (and cheapest) way to experience a caravan holiday in Australia. The phrase free camping can cover a few different options from roadside stops on highways, to more remote off the… Read More 9 Top Tips for Free Camping
It’s spring time and the weather is warming up, holidays are beckoning and caravanners and campers are planning their next outing. When planning a long road trip it can be good to mix up your accommodation options between caravan parks, national parks, stations and free camps and all appeal for different reasons. With a caravan… Read More Best Free Camps SA & NT
Another free camp of note we stayed at during our Eyre Peninsula trip was Lipson Cove, named after Australia’s first Harbour Master. Apart from the well laid out and defined camping area, you have a couple of long drop toilets and rubbish bins provided, and one long and lovely white sandy beach for your $10… Read More Lazing at Lipson Cove
Plush’s Bend is one of the free campsites we’ve stayed at during our current journey exploring a large section of the Murray River in South Australia. You’ll find this camping area only 6 kilometres from the town centre of Renmark, one of the major Riverland towns, around 260 kilometres north of Adelaide.
Travelling from South Australia to Victoria via the Princes Highway you’ll find a terrific freecamp spot in the town of Dartmoor, around 30 kilometres over the SA/Vic border.