Old but not forgotten

Mar 2019, Cann River, Vic The Cann River Rainforest Campground was once a caravan park. It now provides a grassy 48 hour stop for those travelling the long stretch between Gippsland and the Sapphire Coast in New South Wales. The amenities are decent and there is water. The small but vibrant town of Cann River is only a very short walk away on the other side of the bridge. Continue reading Old but not forgotten

Marlay Point

Mar 2019, Marlay Point, Lake Wellington, Vic Just out of Sale in Victoria, you’ll find a freedom camp on the shores of Lake Wellington. There is lakeside camping on grassy areas and on bitumen. There is a toilet block. The birdlife here is fabulous and the nights are peaceful. Gazing across Lake Wellington will give you some appreciation of the immense size of the Gippsland Lakes. Continue reading Marlay Point

Scott Reserve

Feb 2019, Scott Reserve, Woods Point, Vic On the outskirts of Woods Point, high up in the Victorian Alps you’ll find Scott Reserve. The Mansfield Woods Point Road is steep, narrow and winding up here and I wouldn’t fancy towing a caravan in, but this pretty little campground is perfectly suited to tents and camper trailers. The reserve is flanked by the Goulburn River which is a tiny stream this high up in the mountains and shaded by tall Mountain Ash. There are picnic tables, a long drop toilet and river access. Continue reading Scott Reserve

Childers RV Park

Aug 2018, Childers, Qld The good folks of Childers in Central Queensland have turned their car park into an RV overnighter. It even has a power station for electric vehicles (and you thought Childers was out in the sticks eh!). While you’re there take a walk up the Main Street and buy fresh Kingaroy peanuts in the shell from The Peanut Van at the northern end of town. Continue reading Childers RV Park