Camping Oz-style

We’ve been diligently taking photos of all the campsites we’ve stayed in over our trip so far. It’s a great record of all the diverse and amazing places we are all able to visit in Australia. Here’s some of our favourites from the past few months:

Wallagaraugh River Retreat, VIC. Riverside camping, a bucket load of fish and this amazing peaceful view.

Wallagaraugh River Retreat, VIC. Riverside camping, a bucket load of fish and this amazing peaceful view.

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Barrington Tops National Parks, NSW. The campsite is at 1400m and the temperature got down to -1 but there’s nothing like a campfire to warm you up on a chilly night.

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Gloucester Tops National Park. The campsite is at about 300m and the drive in crosses fords on spectacular rivers. The birdlife here was incredible.

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Goulburn River National Park, NSW. Once a hang-out of Australia’s infamous bushrangers the quiet little park has awesome gorge views and millions of roos.

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Wingan Inlet, VIC. What every boy loves best…woodchopping. Victoria’s National Parks have chosen communal fireplaces in their Croajingolong NP to reduce the risk of bushfires.

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Thurra River, VIC. Cooking on the campfire…love it.

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Pearl Point, VIC. Just over the hill behind us are steps down to a magnificent beach. We were glad for the shelter of the trees when a storm came in later in the evening.

 

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