10 of the most beautiful camping spots in Australia and New Zealand
Australia and New Zealand are two countries known for their striking unspoiled landscapes and pristine natural wildernesses.
Known for being an area of outstanding natural beauty, Booderee National Park is only a two-hour drive from Sydney.
Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay, NSW
This World Heritage site, located off Australia’s East Coast, is known for its unusual natural landscapes, sculpted by wind and strong sea currents.
Fraser Island, Queensland
Karijini National Park, Western Australia
Karijini National Park is one of the largest – and arguably most beautiful – national parks in Australia.
Hook Island, Queensland
This tiny but beautiful island is almost uninhabited, so makes a great option for those looking to really avoid the tourist hoards.
Although you’ll have to venture a little farther from the tourist trail, the vast uninhabited landscapes of Tasmania make this isolated island an excellent option for nature lovers.
Cradle Mountain, Tasmania
This is a great place to try Freedom Camping in New Zealand. South Island’s Ahuriri Conservation Park is a huge, rugged wilderness with plenty of opportunities to explore from your base camp.
Ahuriri Valley, Ahuriri Conservation Park
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