Best Places To Park Your Campervan In Australia

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Best Places To Park Your Campervan In Australia

The best way to truly experience Australia is by campervan. There’s nothing like hitting the open road, singing along to your favourite playlist, sitting back and enjoying the ride. And the best thing is, you can stop off and park up whenever and wherever you like.
If you are planning to hire a campervan for an upcoming road trip around Australia, then here are some of the Best Places To Park Your Campervan In Australia.

Best for Beach Life

Australia’s coastline is dotted with stunning locations, giving beach-loving travellers plenty of opportunities to park up your campervan, hop out and enjoy some sea, sand, and surf. Whether you are looking for a secluded beach location or a beach town for you and your campervan buddies, you won’t be stuck for choice.
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If your dream is to wake up to the sound of the ocean and open the door of your campervan to views of fantastic surf and white sandy beaches, then Conto’s Field Camp Ground is the place for you. Located 20km south of the famous Margaret River in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, this relaxed camping ground has fantastic views of Western Australia’s spectacular coastline. It’s also ideally located for adventurous travellers looking to do the Cape to Cape Track walk.

Diamond Head Camping Ground is possibly one of the best beachside camping locations on the east coast. Located in the Crowdy Bay National Park, this campsite is located right behind the beach. Perfectly situated for swimming, surfing and sunbathing, this camping ground is also a great place for spotting dolphins and wild kangaroos.

Best for Stunning Sunrises and Sunsets

Watching the sun rise and set over Uluru in the Northern Territory is an iconic Australian experience. Park up at one of the nearby campgrounds, such as the Ayers Rock Campground, and you are in a perfect position to make the 30-minute drive to Uluru to witness one spectacular sunrise. Watch as the colour of the rock changes before your eyes as the sun appears and disappears over the horizon.

Western Australia is renowned for its picture perfect sunsets. Make a stop at the Cape Le Grand National Park, crack open a chilled beer, sit back and watch the sun go down.
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If you’re feeling active, there’s plenty to do here during the day, including canoeing and kayaking, fishing and snorkeling, surfing and bushwalking. Close to the white sands and turquoise waters of Lucky Bay, this national park camping ground is also a great place to kick back and relax by the beach.

Best for Experiencing Australia’s Wilderness

There is nothing more Australian than heading out on a bush adventure to camp in the wilderness. The Grampians National Park in Victoria is a must-do for adventure lovers. It’s a three-hour drive in your campervan from Melbourne and once you arrive there is plenty on offer: head to one of the breathtaking lookout points and waterfalls, or trek through the lush forests.

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If you’re staying the night, there are many camping ground options with campervan facilities in the park.

If you are planning an upcoming campervan trip, then speak to Travellers Autobarn – the ‘one stop shop’ for backpackers and budget travellers. They have campervans for hire and campervans for sale – perfect for your Aussie road trip.

Get in touch today or view the full range of their campervans and special deals available online.

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