10 Epic Easter Camp Spots, Crowd Sourced By You


There’s nothing better than a good camping recommendation from a mate, right? We asked our community of campers what their ultimate Aussie Easter camping spots were, and the results had us itching to hit the road asap. Here’s 10 epic spots to discover on your next mission.


Burrows Waterhole, Sundown National Park

Surround yourself with insane views at Burrows Waterhole, part of the rugged and remote wilderness of Sundown National Park on the NSW/QLD border. Perch  your tent up next to the Severn River and feast your eyes on the huge gorges and peaks above.

Horseshoe Bay,
Teerk Roo Ra National Park

Paradise awaits. Get your tropical island fix at stunning Horseshoe Bay. The National Park camping area can be reached by boat only and is suitable for tent camping. Imagine waking up here, I mean.. c’mon.


Blanket Bay, Cape Otway

This place is one of only a handful of campsites right on the water along the Great Ocean Road. And its popularity shows, with spots booked out months in advance. If you’re lucky enough to land a spot, you’ll find a beautiful sheltered bay where you can set up a fire, take a chilly dip in the ocean or explore the rockpools to your hearts content. 

Lake Catani,
Mount Buffalo National Park

Waking up beside a pristine alpine lake? Yes please. Nestled in Mount Buffalo National Park, Lake Catani Campground is an cosy camp spot for lovers of moonlight dips, sunrise fishing sessions and long nights by the campfire. Stones throw from tonnes of amazing hikes and trails. 

New South Wales

Geehi Flats, Snowy Mountains

Alpine river camping doesn’t come much better. Enjoy the Swampy Plain River and take in the soaring views of the Snowy Mountains. An ideal base for a tonnes of trail runs and walks, plus some world-class fly fishing. 

Honeymoon Bay, Shoalhaven

The jewel of Jervis Bay, Honeymoon Bay is very, very pretty. Camping is fully booked during the summer holiday period via a ballot system held each August. At other times of the year it is available on most weekends and during school holidays on a first come, first served basis. 

Western Australia

Cape Leveque,
Dampier Penninsular

If you’re after raw beauty and remote serenity, Cape Leveque has it all, and then some. A four-wheel drive adventure, Cape Leveque is on the top of the Dampier Peninsula north of  Broome. This area of the Kimberly is famous for its Indigenous heritage

Hamelin Pool, Shark Bay

Hamelin Pool in stunning Western Australia is home to the some of the oldest living organisms (stromatolites), PLUS it has some pretty speccy sunsets and no mobile reception. Win-win. 

South Australia

Rocky Paddock,
Mount Crawford Forest

If you’re looking for some of Australia’s best basic bush camping, look no further. Set amongst an old pine plantation and with tonnes of weird and wonderful rocky outcrops, Rocky Paddock is rad weekend escape. 


Cloudy Corner, Bruny Island

A remote, and stunning part of Tassie’s Bruny Island is Cloudy Corner Campsite. Only accessible to 4WD vehicles and it requires a 3 km drive along the beach at low tide. Meaning it’s nature, minus the crowds. 

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