Lake Learmonth Caravan Park, VICTORIA

Lake Learmonth is a small caravan park located in a peaceful location just a short drive from Ballarat in Victoria. The water level is very low at the moment, like a lot of places! 📍 1 Laidlaw Street, Learmonth VIC Lake Learmonth is around 20 minutes north west of Ballarat. Click on map to open in Google Maps A powered site only cost us $38 per night for our family of 4 and this was at Christmas [Read more...]

Bowling Alley Point Rec Reserve – CHAFFEY DAM NSW

Chaffey Dam is a large grassy campground suitable for all size rigs. A popular spot for swimming, boating and fishing! Chaffey Dam is around 40 minutes south east of Tamworth in New South Wales. Click on map to open in Google Maps $5 per person/per night. Honesty system: pay at the gate on the way in. Toilets Showers ($1 coin operated) Shade Pet Friendly Rubbish Disposal Fires Allowed Dump Point

Explorers Caravan Park, THARGOMINDAH QLD

Thargomindah is a beautiful little town to visit.  We rode our bikes to the river, into town and out to the Thargomindah Bore from the van park so a great location to explore the area. The Explorers Caravan Park has a huge unpowered section which suited us perfectly!  We had the added bonus of being able to have a campfire and the owners even allowed us to raid their wood pile! Thargomindah Bore Site WHERE IS IT? 88 Dowling Street, Thargomindah [Read more...]

Reflections Holiday Park, LAKE KEEPIT NSW

We have been to Lake Keepit a few times now and always enjoy our stay! The water level is extremely low at the moment so fishing and boating isn't an option. However, the one thing you can always do is catch a spectacular sunset at Lake Keepit! WHERE IS IT? 234 Keepit Dam Road, Keepit NSW Lake Keepit State Park is between Gunnedah and Tamworth, just a short drive off the Oxley Highway. Click on map to open in Google Maps CAMPGROUND [Read more...]

Trilby Station LOUTH, OUTBACK NSW

Trilby Station is a working sheep station around 25kms from the township of Louth in Outback NSW.  With beautiful private campsites on the Darling River, you will want to stay for a month! Little bit of history:Once a part of the legendary million acre Dunlop, first in the world to complete a sheep shearing by mechanical means in 1888, Trilby Station is 320,000 acres these days, running approx 24,000 Merino sheep and an extensive goat enterprise. The Murray family trace their [Read more...]