Whether you’re into camping, glamping (glamorous camping), or just looking for a great spot to get away, here are five of the best locations Australia has to offer.
Grampians National Park (pictured above)
Majestic mountains, vibrant wildflowers and prehistoric Aboriginal rock art sites combine in the Grampians to deliver an idyllic getaway. Visit the Smith Mill Campground situated at the site of an old sawmill and just one kilometre away from the breathtaking Mackenzie Falls.
New South Wales
Kosciuszko National Park
Close to the border with Victoria, Kosciuszko’s rugged terrain comprises stunning limestone gorges, waterfalls and large gum trees. Check out the Blue Waterholes campground located within hiking distance of Clarke Gorge, Nichols Gorge and a range of tranquil waterholes for the true Kosciuszko experience.
Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre National Park
Experience the stark beauty and endless horizons of Australia’s largest salt lake at Kati Thanda Lake Eyre National Park. Check out the campground at Halligan Bay for an excellent view over the vast landscape of this stunning region.
Mt Field National Park
Famous for its towering swamp gum forests, waterfalls and massive fern trees, Mt Field has long been a favourite of locals and tourists alike. Don’t miss the stunning Russell Falls, which are accessible by a track that leads you through the enormous swamp gums.
Kakadu National Park
As iconic as it is beautiful, Kakadu is a vast nature preserve of wetlands, rivers and vivid red sandstone. Home to saltwater crocodiles; an abundance of bird, mammal and plant species; and prehistoric Aboriginal rock-art, this starkly beautiful national treasure is a must for every adventurer.
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