Lucky Bay is within West Oz’s Cape le Grand National Park, and boasts one of the most sought after campgrounds in the west. The park is 55km out of the town of Esperance and 700km from Perth.
Paddys Ranges State Park absolutely deserves a spot on your itinerary if you’re looking for a straight up bush camping weekender out of Melbourne. No crowds, no fuss, no worries.
Innes National Park is a protected stretch of blinding white beaches, rocky coves and dune-side campgrounds fronting the improbable blue waters of the Spencer Gulf, right on the southwestern tip of South Oz’s Yorke Peninsula.
The Sapphire Coast, the southeastern corner of NSW, is blessed with bountiful undeveloped coastline and lush hinterland ripe with lightly trafficked bush tracks and campsites.
Dundee Beach, 140 clicks outta Darwin proper, offers first rate driving down towards Finnis River and is home to some of the finest tropical sportfishing and mud crabbing opportunities anywhere.
Kroombit Tops National Park is a gorgeous hinterland enclave of rainforest and dense woodlands interspersed with a fistful of campsites and a snaking network of mountain tracks.