This can be seen in reviews from many influencers or travel bloggers who go camping. Lie down and watch the stars with someone you know Or a gang of friends Or even Take a picture of showing off the tent. With camping equipment And many other cool props. Not only in Thailand there are still beautiful natural camping sites. campingThis can be seen in reviews from many influencers or travel bloggers who go camping. Lie down and watch the stars with someone you know Or a gang of friends Or even Take a picture of showing off the tent. With camping equipment And many other cool props. Not only in Thailand there are still beautiful natural camping sites.
Australia also has a large number of campgrounds in the country. We will introduce you to “Glamping” camping that is more luxurious than ordinary camping. Glamping tents have formal toilets. There is a kitchen inside, making it easy to cook your own meals. And for some places, the glamping tents are air-conditioned, equipped with a TV, a refrigerator, and all the amenities are like a hotel room. But they were only in tents today, Allianz Travel Will take you to experience 10 popular camping spots all over Australia starting with
1.BEACH CAMP IN NORTH STRADBROKE ISLAND
North of the island of Stadbroke (North Stradbroke Island) or local called Straddie (Straddie) is located in Moreton Bay. It is the second largest sand island in the world. It’s a dream land for nature lovers. And still very pure.
This is one of the most popular places to camp on the beach in Australia. This island is not only easy to travel. Only by ferry or taxi service to the island from the Cleveland suburbs of Brisbane. But also filled with natural attractions such as the beach that stretches like endless. And there are big waves That lashed into the coast Making it an attraction for surfers You can also meet kangaroos walking around. Grazing on the hillside as well.
Here you can pitch your tent at Cylinder Beach Camping Ground near cafes, shops and restaurants, or head to the Adde Campground. Rock (Adder Rock Camping Ground) located a little further away to find peace hidden in nature.
2.CAMP AND WATCH THE STARS AT NOOSA NORTH SHORE
Noosa is a beach town known for its beauty and charm. Located on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. It is just a 90-minute drive north of Brisbane.
You will find the experience of camping that is hard to forget Habitat Noosa Everglades Ecocamp which offers lodging Glam in the foot. Eco And there is a space where you can set up your own campsite as well. The area at Habitat Noosa is larger than 164 rai (or about 65 acres) ever, located along the Noosa River. Under the shade of a large tree that is shady Allowing tourists to fully absorb with nature The highlight of this activity is You can canoe down the river. To view nature on both sides of the serene road Or to take a boat tour to see the river as well Before coming back to sleep in a tent to relax the night under the twinkling stars.
3.RENT A CAMPING TENT ON COCKATOO ISLAND, SYDNEY
Cockatoo Island is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the heart of Sydney Harbor. Classified as a historical conservation tourism site during World War 2, an island that is frequented by many tourists. Because it has a long history Both used to be a prison and later, during World War II, a shipyard. By remaining the beauty of the old buildings in the midst of nature of the island to let us know the history.
Here, in addition to walking and sightseeing, then. The island also offers a unique experience. Allowing tourists to stay overnight on the island. By bringing your own camping equipment Or rent a tent that is available on the island. Which you may choose as a glamping package Sleeping in luxury tents, bathrooms, air-conditioned kitchen, TV and refrigerator, on the island there is also a beautiful viewpoint. Located in the upper area above the campsite. Get panoramic views of Sydney Harbor as far as the Harbor Bridge and the Opera House. An important landmark of Australia ever.
4. OVERNIGHT IN SAFARI STYLE CAMP AT BYRON BAY.
Byron Bay is Australia‘s hub of leisure. It has one of Australia’s most beautiful beaches ever. Suitable for surfing This popular spot can get particularly crowded during the summer or during the holidays. But if you want to have a quiet vacation You’ll have to travel 7 kilometers further south and you’ll find the campsite at Suffolk Park.
Suffolk Beachfront Holiday Park Campground offers a unique experience where you can relax in a safari-style tent that can accommodate up to 6 people per patio tent. Camp in this tent not far from the beach for surfing and surfing.
5. BOODEREE NATIONAL PARK
Travel south of Sydney for a distance of 190 kilometers and you will find BOODEREE NATIONAL PARK, home to the Botanical Gardens. Where you can take a relaxing stroll on the pristine white sandy beach. You may also see humpback and southern right whales beginning their annual migration journey north. And also a good spot for bird watching Thus making this park been dubbed as “Gulf of Abundance”
This park It is home to two basic campgrounds, the Green Patch and Bristol Point, in front of Jervis Bay. Jervis Bay is often frequented by dolphins, where dolphins regularly swim here, attracted by their favorite food, such as the sea grass. The third campground The Buderi National Park area is Cave Beach.