A great Australian road trip is a rite of passage for many adventurous travellers.
With an ever changing coastal landscape and an adjacent network of highways that navigate some 25,000 kilometres around the circumference of the continent, you’ll never be short of inspiration for your self-guided Aussie itinerary.
From Ayers Rock to The Great Ocean Road, the country offers a wealth of scenic highways and byways that wend their way through everything from vast desert plains to humid rainforests.
So once you’ve made the decision to head Down Under, and searched the market for the best deal on holidays to Australia, you’ll need to decide what part of this vast continent you’d like to explore.
Here’s my guide to five of Australia’s most inspiring wilderness campsites.
GRAMPIANS NATIONAL PARK VICTORIA
WHEN TO GO – Spectacular summits and awe inspiring lookouts draw avid outdoor enthusiasts October through April.
HOW TO GET THERE