Comment: Camps Australia Wide 6 - Perfect Bound

Great book, already used it to look up some places to stay overnight on our last week trip. Easy to follow with quite a bit of detail, although it would be great to know how far the over night rest spots are off the road plus approximate number of camp spots as this would make it easier to choose one without having been there before
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Reply By: Racey - Tuesday, Feb 21, 2012 at 09:24

Tuesday, Feb 21, 2012 at 09:24
When you choose a spot, always have a plan"B" sometimes you couldn't stay there.

Cheers
Racey
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Reply By: Leeann P - Tuesday, Feb 21, 2012 at 16:01

Tuesday, Feb 21, 2012 at 16:01
You'll also find that these camp sites "date" very quickly and some mentioned in the book may not be able to used on your travels. There are updates available so make sure you use them. Best idea is to get to your camp spot well before dark to set up camp. It's impossible to say how many camp spots are available so I'd very much doubt whether they'd ever include this information. The camps book often gives out info such as small site, site suitable for large rigs etc. Most camps, from our recent two year trip, are roadside so you usually have to put up with traffic noise. Camps usually mention this. If travelling in the north of the country during the "tourist" season (ie winter) you will find the camp sites are usually chock-o-block full.
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