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5 Best Beach Camps to Take Your Caravan in Australia

Wauraltee Beach – South Australia

  • $20 a night or $100 a week 
  • There are sites available near the car park which are 2WD accessible.
  • If camping on the beach, ensure you check the tides before going as there can be lots of high tides at Wauraltee. Choose a site that’s close to the dunes in case of high tides. 
  • Prepare yourself for some of the BEST sunsets over the ocean you have ever seen. 
  • Popular spot amongst travellers so you are likely to make a few friends here.
  • Ensure you drop your car & caravan tyre pressures as it can get soft and to also protect the beach.
  • Book online 

Lucky Bay – Western Australia

  • $15 per night/per vehicle 
  • Camping is available behind the dunes which is 2WD accessible or 4WD access via the dunes to the beach where you can camp on the beach.
  • The lagoon is a great place to go for a swim & protected so its quite safe.
  • This is a great fishing spot.
  • Take a day-trip to Kalbarri and head out to the National Parks to explore the gorges or go for a surf in town.
  • Ensure you drop your tyre pressures on your car & caravan before attempting to get on the beach as it can get very soft
  • Stop at Ranger station on the way in and pay – first in best dressed for this campground. 

Kinkuna Beach Camp – Queensland

  • $7 per adult/per night 
  • 4WD access only to this campsite
  • Ensure you drop your tyre pressures before starting the track in as it gets very soft & you can expect patches of bull dust
  • There is lots of campsites right on the waterfront, lots with trees for shade & privacy.
  • Head down to the creek and go fishing and watch the sunset over the creek.
  • Great place to sit back and relax! 
  • Book online 

Dundee Beach Camp – Northern Territory 

  • Free 
  • 4WD track to navigate to get into the campsite with some low-hanging trees in areas
  • Camping is right on the waterfront & lots of sites to choose from.
  • There is a beautiful river to go & fish from.
  • There are crocodiles so be croc-aware and do not swim or get close to the water’s edges.

Gillards Beach Camp – New South Wales

  • $12 per adult/per night 
  • Grassy sites with a short walk to the beach. 
  • Lots of sites to choose from
  • There is a Surf break right out the front of camp! 
  • Book online. 

Authors: Sarah & Keelan Travels

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