There are a variety of reasons why people go to Australia, but one of the main ones is to experience the Australian outback.
The outback is so vast and Australia so big, that choosing the camping destination may be difficult. Here’s a breakdown of some of the best camping destinations for Australia.
The Kimberley in Australia is ideal for those who want that primal wilderness experience. It is very remote and the scenery is breathtaking. There are waterfalls, red ranges and amazing gorges to keep the vision occupied and the senses stimulated.
Cape Leeuwin-Naturalist National Park is another great camping location. The ridge below this park has over 360 caves. Some of these are opened to the public and, for a fee; a person can have a guided tour of one of these amazing and mysterious places. The camping site has bathrooms and showers and even a place to barbecue.
Camping along the Gibb River Road is also amazing, especially for those who want more of an outdoor experience with few amenities. There are plenty of cattle stations and gorges for people to choose from to strike camp.
However, for those who prefer a campsite, just off the road there is Silent Grove campsite which has toilets, showers and even firewood.
There are numerous other locations in the Australian outback. Just research and decide where you want to camp as Australia is as big and varied as it is beautiful.