Complete Guide to Campsites for Camper Vans in Australia

Several important cities in Australia, as well as campsites along popular camper routes, are marked on maps for easy geographic reference. Those closer to the seaside or lakeside can be easily identified on the map, hopefully helping travelers save time when planning their trips.

This is a campsite by the sea, with beautiful scenery, suitable for summer. In the afternoon, there is still time to sunbathe on the beach and enjoy the sunset.
The campsite has many activities suitable for children, such as swimming pools, children's playgrounds, mini-golf, and Kids club. It is a good choice for families with children who want a more relaxed schedule and more time to enjoy the campsite facilities.
This campsite is by the sea, equally suitable for sea-loving friends.
Big4 is one of the largest chain campsites in Australia, with complete facilities. It is a good choice for those who have higher accommodation requirements.

Hammond Road Campground

This is a free campsite with relatively basic facilities, only equipped with toilets. Budget-conscious campers who enjoy different experiences can give it a try.
The charging holiday camp of Lorne is very large, divided into 5 parks, each with its own characteristics.

Big Hill Track

This free campsite has a toilet and a large camping area, located 200 meters from Mt Sabine-Benwerrin Rd.
Apollo Bay is a popular destination, with a campground located directly on the bay with a variety of accommodations and facilities available.

Apollo Recreation Reserve & Camping Ground

Looking for something other than the ocean view? This affordably priced campsite is located by the Barham River.

Stevensons Falls Campground

Camping is available here for those with plenty of time. It is about a 50-minute drive from the Great Ocean Road coastal highway, located 5 kilometers away from Barramunga. There is a large campground and several bathrooms here.

Binbi Park

A lovely paid campground where you can see different animals inside.

Apostles Camping Park & Cabins

This campsite is located in a small town 7 kilometers away from the Twelve Apostles Rock. It is currently under renovation and will start accepting reservations after October 1st. Those who plan to travel during the National Day holiday can still make it.

Prince Town RV camping site

This campsite is adjacent to the first one. You can see kangaroos in the backyard. This campsite does not require reservations, except during the possible full occupancy period between mid to late December and early January. Availability is on a first-come, first-served basis at other times.

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