Litchfield National Park lays 120km southeast of Darwin, access is via Batchelor and the road in is fully sealed
The Turon River cuts through dense bushland near Capertee. It’s a little past the Blue Mountains and just 180 clicks outta Sydney.
Camping in the dunes, belting along the blindingly white beach run, casting a line behind the breakers or going for a dip in the surf. Seriously, what more could you ask for in a springtime weekender?
Visitors can feast their eyes upon 700-odd kilometres of virtually pristine coastline, hemmed in by Spencer Gulf to the west and St Vincent Gulf to the east. There’s a stack of top offroad drives that’ll get you well off of the beaten track too.
Smack dab on the New South Wales/Queensland border, Girraween National Park protects a ribbon of magnificent hinterland wilderness between Stanthorpe and Tenterfield.
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.