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Didi

we do a lot of travelling in our caravan cheaply by staying in free camp areas, anyone know of any goo free camps down the nsw, victoria coast

Last reply: 3rd Sep 2013 / 7 replies / Post by didi

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amanda6393

Posted by: amanda6393
Posted: 17th Jan 2011

amanda6393 says: State Forest NSW offers free camping grounds and free camping sites in NSW. Cumberland State Forest is the only site with no free camping facilities. NSW State Forest camping areas that are free of charge are listed on The Best Bush Map is available at some news agencies or at The Department of Lands at 1 Price Alfred road, Sydney. The Map costs $6.95 plus Postage ($4). To buy one, simply call 02 9236 77 20 Reply

didi

Posted by: didi
Posted: 17th Jan 2011

amanda6393 says: State Forest NSW offers free camping grounds and free camping sites in NSW. Cumberland State Forest is the only site with no free camping facilities. NSW State Forest camping areas that are free of...

didi says: Thanks Amanda, that is a great help Reply

SarahEC

Posted by: SarahEC
Posted: 3rd Feb 2011

SarahEC says: What sort of caravan do you have, Didi? Now and again I think this would be a brilliant way of seeing Australia but I'm not too keen on roughing it! Reply

didi

Posted by: didi
Posted: 4th Feb 2011

SarahEC says: What sort of caravan do you have, Didi? Now and again I think this would be a brilliant way of seeing Australia but I'm not too keen on roughing it!

didi says: We only have a 15 ft caravan, double bed, fridge, gas full gas stove. When we stay at free places we have a battery in the caravan that run the lights, will last for 5 days before recharging, for cooking, gas, We have a pop up ensuite ($60) which we put our port- a -loo in. a couple of solo shower bags ($6each)which we heat the water. We are buying a 12 volt fridge and genarator for our future trips, so we dont have to stay in caravan parks so much.
If you can afford it, lots of vans come with these things, in the caravan.
Our first trip away we stayed in caravan parks all the time, so expensive. but was good. but meet a lot of people that free camp so the next trip got the camps book, for the free camp,
had a great time, met so many wonderfull people, only went to caravan parks when we had to.
I would recomened that you do it, its so stress free, i cant wait for Barry and i to be off again. We meet a lot of people that were like u, now can't keep them home. I could bore you for hours talking abou it.
Life is to short, so if you can do what you want, don't wait, Didi Reply

leebee

Posted by: leebee
Posted: 16th Jun 2011

didi says: We only have a 15 ft caravan, double bed, fridge, gas full gas stove. When we stay at free places we have a battery in the caravan that run the lights, will last for 5 days before recharging, for...

leebee says: didi l know you are looking at the coast areas but we camp in the bush along the Murray out side of Echuca and that is lovely....we take an old 39 seater bus that is decked out...have fun on your camping holiday....Leebee Reply

terass

Posted by: terass
Posted: 3rd Sep 2013

terass says: That sounds lovely Didi, I plan to travel around in a caravan and visiting many of the beautiful coastal areas of Australia. Reply

terass

Posted by: terass
Posted: 3rd Sep 2013

terass says: That sounds lovely Didi, I plan to travel around in a caravan and visiting many of the beautiful coastal areas of Australia. Reply

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