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ahh it's fun! You'll be fine....just watch out for the Wolf Creek man ;)

Oh thanks for that:wideeyed::shocked:


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Lol i'm kidding you'll be fine. Take some loo roll tho, incase there's no toilets :P you'd be unlucky to get a campsite without facilities lol

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Lol i'm kidding you'll be fine. Take some loo roll tho, incase there's no toilets :P you'd be unlucky to get a campsite without facilities lol

Never again:shocked::shocked:


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Blue Dolphin Holiday Resort, Yamba - New South Wales

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Yamba, known to most as a quaint fishing village and surf spot, is becoming famous for its caravan park. Topping most travellers’ lists as the ultimate caravan park to spend a family holiday, the Blue Dolphin combines three important features: location, relaxing atmosphere and activities to entertain the kids. Located at the mouth of the mighty Clarence River, the park is set among 15 acres of tropical gardens and is close to seven nearby surfing beaches, an 18-hole golf course, and a bowling club – all of which bask in the sun of northern NSW year round. Don’t miss: Sampling a Yamba Prawn. Details: From $30/night, Yamba Rd, Yamba, www.bluedolphin.com.au, (02) 6646 2194.


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First Sun Caravan Park, Byron Bay - New South Wales

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Cape Byron is the most easterly point of Australia’s mainland, and so, situated right on the foreshore of Byron’s main beach, this holiday park really does enjoy views of the first sun each day. There’s not much to obstruct its guests views, either; the sites are located right on the main beach foreshore. Over the years, Byron has become a Mecca for groovy lovers of fun, sun and all things alternative. This park is located just a short walk from all major attractions so you won’t miss a beat. Don’t miss: A leisurely stroll to the Lighthouse and its stunning views of the South Pacific Ocean. Details: From $50/night, Lawson St, Byron Bay, www.bshp.com.au/first, (02) 6685 6544.


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Huskisson Beach Tourist Resort, Jervis Bay - NSW

 

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An easy two hours south of Sydney, Jervis Bay is the perfect place to spend the weekend or an extended break. Far enough away to relax, this park boasts spotless facilities and stunning surrounds. But if you tire of lazing in the crystal clear waters or wandering through parklands, you do have other options: just walking distance from the town of “Husky”, this caravan park is close to specialty stores, restaurants, cafes, the local pub and much, much more. Don’t miss: A visit to Hyams Beach, reputed to have the whitest sand in the world. Details: From $35/night, Beach St, Huskisson, http://www.huskissonbeachtouristresort.com.au, 1300 733 027.


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I think my favourite caravan park that we have ever been to has to be the Coconut Palms in Cairns (Big 4)

It has won numerous awards and featured in the top 10 of the best caravan parks in the world.

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if your on the Great Ocean Road then Bimbi Park near Cape Otway Lighthouse is worth staying for a couple of nights, Koalas in the trees right above your tent & a lookout just a short walk away where you can watch the sunset over the ocean.


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Fantastic pictures and descriptions. Makes me want to get back to Oz ASAP. Are you taking a caravan or going in camper vans?

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Okay so before we moved further north, we stayed in a vanpark on the sunny coast for 5 weeks in a small town called landsborough. We stayed in a double bed ensuite cabin with some cooking facilities which is normally $375 a week but we haggled lol and got it down to $350 for every week we stayed :). Small vanpark but friendly, some permanants there, good view of the mountains/sea (as it's on a steep hill/road!). Very clean and tidy. We also managed to get some post sent to us and as it hadn't got to us in time they're forwarding it to us for free! So if you need a place to stay if you have a car or caravan it's a good place to go.

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