3 Best Camping Spots in Australia

We all have our favourite spots. The spot that has something just a little bit special about it, or a spot that has been a host to an awe-inspiring moment or simply have a picturesque quality. The beauty of the outdoors is that each of our lists of favourites is ever changing. A new journey brings with it new discoveries, new favourite spots and new landscapes. Here are 4 of the best camping spots waiting for your next backcountry break.

Mitchell Falls, Western Australia

It takes an effort to get to the remote Mitchell Plateau but the sight is spectacular with unique and renowned flowing four tired Mitchell Falls which is 6 Km walk from the camping spot making it well worth the effort. This is one of the most remote and inaccessible terrains in Australia, so ensure that you are completely self-sufficient.

Tidal River, Wilsons Promontory, Victoria

Wilsons Promontory National Park covers an area of 50,000 hectares of this rugged mountain terrain with beaches and rainforest at the southernmost point. One of the best camping spots here is Tidal River which offers a spectacular view of the ocean and river among wallabies, echidnas and wombats. There is room for nearly 500 campers with toilet, hot shower, gas barbecues, dishwashing station, washing machines, device charging stations and open-air cinema facilities. You need advance bookings to enjoy this spot.

Dawsons Spring, Mt. Kaputar National Park, NSW   

This national park is an ecological island because it peaks up from the surrounding range. Just past the Mt. Kaputar summit, the Dawsons Springs camping ground is there which gives an easy access to some of the most breathtaking views you will ever see. It offers best 360° view encompassing one-tenth of the NSW.

So, these are few of the camping spots in Australia which you can visit next time.