Are you one of those adrenaline-fuelled Aussies who love going for wild camping? Does the exotic and enchanting feel of wilderness attracts you? Then you ought to pick your gear from among these camper trailers for sale and set off to one of the fantastic places described below:
Hinchinbrook Island National Park, Queensland
A week-long camping trip in the Hinchinbrook Island, NP can offer you plenty of fun-filled activities. The place is complete with mangrove forests, rocky headlands, extensive woodlands, palm wetlands & sandy beaches, and also perimetered by marine waters. There are also 4 walking tracks, the most challenging of which is the Thorsborne Trail. The waters are filled with dugongs, sea turtles, estuarine crocodiles and jellyfishes.
Snowy River National Park, Victoria
In case you want spend some time alone near a spectacular river bank, you would love camping in Snowy River National Park. The area is ideal for canoeing and whitewater rafting dbecause it has flat sections, rapids and rugged gorges. But bear in mind that it offers vehicle-based camping only at some designated sites.
Margaret River Region, WA
Want to spend a week in the arms of nature? The Margaret River Region of Western Australia is where you need to go. The weather here remains pleasant all throughout the year, which means you can visit in any month and enjoy the beautiful natural vineyards & vivid coastline. The river banks are adorned by paperbark trees, and various species of birds, like the New Holland honeyeater, frequent the park.
Gulf Region, Northern Territory
The Gulf track stretching from Normanton to Borroloola in Northern Territory offers an opportunity to encounter a few of the most remote and wildest areas in Australia. With a handful of diversions, you can find yourself witnessing picturesque rivers and gorges, even though the trip may seem barren & dry at first. You can even drive along McArthur river, which is a great spot for canoeing and fishing.
Oxley Wild Rivers, NSW
The National Park in Oxley Wild Rivers will provide you a chance to explore a comprehensive 4WD track which passes by breathtaking views, beautiful gorges and scenic waterfalls. The real meat and drink to eyes in the place is New South Wales’ highest waterfall, Wollomombi, which starts from a height of about 220 metres.
So what are you waiting for? Get your essentials ready, fill your vehicle with enough gas to last a week, and plan a camping trip to one of these wilderness spots.