Feeling free or not being charged whats more important?

Most of these beautiful spots either require a donation or small fee to keep their areas as beautiful a possible for anyone wanting a wonderful stay in a remote location….

Some of our members loved sharing their favorite locations:

  • Spring Creek- Western Australia (Free)
    • This spot is close to a highway, it has some shaded seating along with 3 hybrid flush toilets- you’re able to pull up on the bitumen or down near the river which has some beautiful shady areas to park up!
    • They even have a safe area near the toilets to empty your!
    • The only drawback of this beautiful free spot is that there is no running water so you will need your own water when emptying out- there may not be showers but that doesn’t stop anyone from jumping in the beautiful spring!
  • Wallam Creek – Queensland (requires a donation)
    • Wallam Creek has it all! Showers, toilets and beautiful Aboriginal Artwork
    • Off the beaten track being inland from St. George
    • The walk to town is beautiful and not unachievable & once you arrive there will be a cold one waiting at the pub!
    • There is a beautiful Heritage Center in town- don’t miss that!
    • Also watch where your step as emus tend to roam the streets of Bollon!
  • Sheepyard Flats – Victoria (Free)
    • Escape to the beautiful high country!
    • This is a beautiful spot where you can go off-roading, hiking & fishing!
    • There is a beautiful array of wildlife, a great spot to just enjoy the nature
    • These facilities include a BBQ station and 2 Eco toilets
  • Terowie Railyard – South Australia (Free)
    • This is a beautifully historic railway has been partially restored so it is the perfect campground to take in some awesome history about the town
    • There are no facilities here, however there is a public park a short ways down the road which features toilets, seating and a BBQ area.
  • Curtain Springs – Northern Territory (Free)
    • Has basic amenities
    • There are also facilities to book a motel room
    • Only 100km from Uluru
  • Ngarigo Park – Kuziosko National Park – New South Wales (Free)
    • This is a beautiful hideaway along the Thredbo river for those who want to relax for a few days, whilst also being ideal for adventure seekers with walking, biking and fishing available
    • These grounds have picnic tables, BBQ facilities and toilets, however here is no drinking water
  • Binnalong Bay – Tasmania (Free)
    • This is at the Bay of Fires a beautiful spot which is a must visit!
    • There are toilets available
    • Unbelievable location along the ocean
    • Four weeks of free camping
  • Eurimbula National Park – Queensland (Free)

    • Facilities: Eco Toilets, limited rain water, shelters, picnic tables & fire pits

    • This is near the outer regions of the Great Barrier Reef, which is a beautiful spot for snorkeling and adventuring.
  • Mambi Island – Western Australia (Free)
    • This is a beautiful dog friendly spot with some wonderful trees
    • Toilets and non-potable water available
  • Point Lowly – South Australia (Cheap Around $8)
    • This is a very affordable spot with all amenities provided
    • This campsite is pet and family friendly with a playground and fishing opportunities