Noosa North Shore Beach Campground is a great place to relax. Its desirable location, large grassy campground and easy access to a white sandy beach makes this a secret local hideaway.
Wirrina Cove Holiday Park is located on the Fleurieu Peninsula. The campground provides portable fire pits allowing campers to have a fire all year round.
Try camping at Ardrossan Caravan Park located a 5 minute walk from the jetty. There are plenty of facilities including amenities, free BBQs, a camp kitchen (fridge, sink, kettle), crab cleaning and cooking sheds and playgrounds.
We think Chookarloo Campground in Kuitpo Forest is the perfect place for you to start your camping experience. Just 40km from Adelaide, $5 a night, shaded and private. With only a set number of camp sites available, this place can never be too busy with other campers and the rangers do a great job of keeping it clean and safe.
Read here to find out about Rapid Bay Camping Ground. Perfect for some quiet leisurely camping, caravanning and fishing, only 60 minutes south of Adelaide.
Looking for a free camping spot that is secluded and offers a sandy swimming beach? Tiparra Rocks is situated 170km north of Adelaide on the Yorke Peninsula.
For a great location where the beaches are sandy and uncrowded, consider camping in Tarragona on the east coast of Spain, at Las Palmeras Camspite.
Consider camping in Ronda at Camping El Sur. Ronda is also directly in the middle of Seville, Granada, Málaga and Gibraltar.
This Lagos Camping ground was well located, just 6km outside Lagos and 1.5km from the nearby coastal village Praia da Luz. The south coast of Portugal is small, and with Lagos situated in the middle.
Lisbon Camping is situated amongst a pine forest, making it very sheltered. For a night or two it is suitable to stay so you can sight see the city or Sintra.
Camping Merida is easy to find, just 6km east of the town. The location allows for a peaceful stay and just a quick trip into the shops and local sights.
Deep Creek Conservation Park is a well known destination, popular for camping and hiking, just 108km south of Adelaide in South Australia.
If you are local and haven’t made a visit into Deep Creek Conservation Park yet I would highly recommend it. If you are an overseas visitor, this will not fail to impress you with plenty of Australian bush and animals to be seen.