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Jervis Bay

Jervis Bay is approx 3 hours from Sydney and Canberra, it's located in the Australian Capital Territory in Booderee National Park.  There are 3 campgrounds located in the national park, Green Patch, Bristol Point and Caves Beach, when we arrived at 11am on Sunday all 3 campsites were already full, luckily we'd booked online and… Continue reading Jervis Bay

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Barrenjoey Lighthouse Walk, Palm Beach

Palm Beach is a small town located in Sydney's northern beaches district, Palm Beach is 28 miles from Sydney and about a 1 hour drive. It's famously recognised as Home and Away is filmed there.  There isn't much in the way of cheap accommodation in Palm Beach, as it's a very affluent area. We stayed… Continue reading Barrenjoey Lighthouse Walk, Palm Beach

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Hostels you can stay at in a Campervan – East Coast Australia

A great resource when travelling Australia in a campervan is Wiki Camps, which costs approx $7.99 but it gives you loads of free camps, hostels, caravan parks and rest areas. There is also a great free app is campermates which offers the same services. Staying in free camps and caravan parks is great but it's… Continue reading Hostels you can stay at in a Campervan – East Coast Australia

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Dolphin feeding in Tin Can Bay

Tin Can Bay is located on the Fraser Coast, about 30 minute drive from Rainbow Beach and 1 hour 15 minutes to Hevery Bay.  Tin Can Bay isn't on the backpacker radar but it's a great location for couples and families, probably best known as a dolphin feeding spot. Located in Norman Point at the… Continue reading Dolphin feeding in Tin Can Bay