There is a lot of information on the internet, about camping in all its forms from free camping to glamping. I think these are the best. The government sites obviously will have up to date information regarding closures and things like road conditions. Some of the other have user reviews. I hope you find what your looking for and just get out and enjoy the great outdoors.
If there any place which really took your fancy email me with a brief description and photos if you have them and I will publish it.
A guide to National Parks in NSW including accommodation and updated information about park safety.
A terrific website with huge amounts of information for the traveller.
A good place to start your journey with a look at the State Government National Park sites.
This highlights the spectacular scenery of Western Australia.
The best place to start for all information on the Northern Territory.
From accommodation to passes and permits for all Queensland Parks
Again a fabulous site giving detailed information on some of Tasmania’s finest parks.
Places to stay in the ACT includes bush camping sites.
Queensland Government site listing bush camping around the state.
Thousands of campsite review across Australia.
A site dedicated to people wanting to get out doors and enjoy new experiences.
Good Search features.
The ultimate camping companion for your smart phone, tablet and Windows 10 PC.
Free Camps, Dog Friendly Camps.
A site hosted by Simon Bayliss gives detailed information on the best routes along the Darling River and the Corner Country. Check it out!
5 of Roma’s Best
There is a very extensive list of campgrounds across the Golden Triangle of Victoria, including Lake Burrumbeet outside of Ballarat.
A guide put out by Towong Shire that encompasses Albury Wodonga, Lake Hume, Chiltern, Rutherglen, Wahgunyah, Beechworth, Yackandandah, Bright, Myrtleford, Mt Beauty, Wangaratta, Benalla, Tallangatta, Corryong, Dartmouth, Mansfield
Great webpage for camping around Yarrawongah/Mulwala
Sites that took my fancy
SIBA – Tibetan Buddhist Retreat
Powered and unpowered sites. Alcohol and drug free. Snowy Mountains, 26 kilometres north of Buchan. $10 per person, per night.
The Drip Gorge – Mudgee
The Drip walking track is in Goulburn River State Conservation Area. It is a significant site for the Wiradjuri people. No camping or fires are allowed. Camp at Spring Gully or Big River campgrounds. A beautiful wild spot.
Visit the Drip Walking Track here.