Location is absolutely essential to an excellent travel experience. The good news is that to stay and holiday in Australia’s best locations, it is not necessary to spend a veritable fortune.
At Lord Howe Island, visitors can see the most southerly coral reef in the world and witness an amazing array of wildlife. There are 11 beaches and many walks and hikes to experience at this location.
For travellers that are happy to cook their own food and bring their own towels, there is self-catered accommodation, complete with fully equipped kitchens, barbeque facilities and recreational equipment such as pool tables.
In Tasmania, Freycinet National Park is the breathtaking home to white sandy beaches, aqua waters, amazing eucalypt forests and so much more. For those who seek active holidays, a huge range of land and water-based activities are possible.
At Freycinet National Park Camping Ground, campsites close to Coles Bay offer amazing views. Some sites are powered while others are not but, by camping, an affordable holidays is possible in this beautiful location.
In Western Australia, El Questro Wilderness Park, the park spanning a million acres in the heart of the Kimberley, accommodates campers without the need to make an advance booking. Some secluded sites are available while the Black Cockatoo campground provides showers, bathrooms and a store for guests, but no powered campsites.