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Camping Site Review: Belvidere Beach Campground, WA

Camping Site Review: Belvidere Beach Campground, WA 0

Belvidere Campground is located south of Perth in Western Australia. The campground itself is well defined and flat. The ocean is only a short stone throw away.

Most of the 18 campsites are suitable for tents - while only a third are reasonable for either caravans or motorhomes. Nearby there are several walking and cycling tracks that provide views across the estuary to the Darling Range and Australind townsite.

The area is popular for fishing, especially for those who want to catch crab.

Cost: $7.50 Per Person Per Night
Pets: Not Allowed
Toilets and Showers: Longdrop or Composting
BBQ and Picnic: Wooden BBQ's are available and there are Picnic Tables
Fishing: There are fishing spots near the campground
Swimming: There is a nearby Lake and Beach
Horse Riding: No

  • Gavin Bottrell
Camping Site Review: Kilallea State Park Campground, NSW

Camping Site Review: Kilallea State Park Campground, NSW 0

Kilallea State Park Campground located south of Sydney, near Kiama. There are 30 sites available at the campground, and you pay at a cashier on site. The sites are level, and grassy - however there is limited shade. There are no powered sites available.

The campground is a short walk from the beach. As well as gas/electric BBQ's they hav a camp kitchen available to visitors.

The campsites are very close together, and only separated by logs, so you don't get much privacy. However the campground is only a short walk from Mystic Beach, further north takes you to 'The Farm' beach, which has better conditions for surfing.

Cost: $30 Per Couple Per Night
Pets: Not Allowed
Toilets and Showers: Flushing Toilets & Hot Showers
BBQ and Picnic: Gas/Electric BBQ's and there are Picnic Tables
Fishing: There are fishing spots near the campground
Swimming: The Campsite is near the ocean
Horse Riding: No

  • Gavin Bottrell
Campsite Review: Point Leo Foreshore Reserve Campground, VIC

Campsite Review: Point Leo Foreshore Reserve Campground, VIC 0

Point Leo Forshore Reserve Campground is located south of Melbourne, Victoria. It is located on the south-east side of th Mornington Peninsula.

This camping area is exceptionally popular and busy during peak times - so book ahead to ensure you don't miss a spot. There are a total of 168 sites at the campground.

The ocean is nearby and there is a surf life saving club nearby.

Email pointleoforeshore@bigpond.com for more information.

Cost: Campsite powered: $270 per week -$45 over night / Campsite non-powered: $222 per week - $37 over night / Air Conditioners - $25 per week / Booking Fee - $20 / Rubbish Clearance Levy: $15 per week - $2 daily / Key Deposit - $15
Pets: Not Allowed
Toilets and Showers: Flushing Toilets (Showers unknown but assumed)
BBQ and Picnic: Wood BBQ's and there are Picnic Tables
Fishing: There are fishing spots near the campground
Swimming: The Campsite is near the ocean
Horse Riding: No

  • Gavin Bottrell
Camping Site Reviews: Rapid Bay Campground, SA

Camping Site Reviews: Rapid Bay Campground, SA 0

Rapid Bay Campground is located a short distance from Adelaide and Cap Jervis. It is situated directly on the coast line, with water-front views. There are roughy 50 sites up for grabs.

The ground is suitable for both tents and caravans. There is basically no shade for warmer weather periods, apart from the couple of trees scattered around the ground.

The campground is excellent for fishing, as there is a pier near-by. Boating is also a popular recreational activity undertaken around the area.

Cost: $7 per night per person
Pets: Allowed (with conditions)
Toilets and Showers: Flushing Toilets (Showers unknown but assumed)
BBQ and Picnic: Electric/Gas BBQ's - no picnic tables
Fishing: There are fishing spots near the campground
Swimming: Located on a beach, so YES!
Horse Riding: No

  • Gavin Bottrell
Camping Site Reviews: Upper Davies Creek Campground, QLD

Camping Site Reviews: Upper Davies Creek Campground, QLD 0

This campground is located besides Davies Creek in Dinden National Park - a short drive from Cairns, in far north QLD. The creek has a number of swimming holes, and is a great place to get out and explore the nature.

After heavy rainfall the creek really gets going, and it is not recommended to enter - however it is an impressive sight.

There are 8 sites available and it is well suited for tents, with plenty of shade available.

Cost: $5.95 per person per night
Pets: Not allowed
Toilets and Showers: Longdrop or composting toilets
BBQ and Picnic: Wood barbeques available (bring firewood and check bans) - Picnic Tables also available
Fishing: No
Swimming: There are swimming holes in the creek and river nearby
Horse Riding: No

  • Gavin Bottrell
Camping Site Reviews: Kylies Beach Campground, NSW

Camping Site Reviews: Kylies Beach Campground, NSW 0

Kylies Beach Campground is located behind the sand dunes near Port Macquarie. The ground is suitable for caravans, tents and camper trailers.

The ground has 70 sites and is set in and amongst natural coastal, bush settings. There is plenty of level groupd to pitch your tent or park your caravan. There is easy access to the beach - making this a perfect family based camping ground. Fishing is popular at the beach, especially the rocks near the creak on an out-going tide.

Cost: $10 a night per adult (kids $5)
Pets: Not allowed
Toilets and Showers: Longdrop or composting toilets
BBQ and Picnic: Wood barbeques available (bring firewood and check bans) - no picnic tables
Fishing: There are fishing spots near the campground
Swimming: Located near a beach, so YES!
Horse Riding: No

  • Gavin Bottrell