Little-known Locations in Australia to Visit via Campervan

Australia is famous the world over for its amazing beaches, massive coral reef, and Sydney icons such the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. This, of course, is only a small piece of a country so big it is also a continent. Australia has plenty of accessible yet little-known hidden gems such as vineyards, untouched beaches, wild wildlife, and barren outback. Seeing these sights is best by camper van from DriveNow, one of Australia’s top and most trusted car rental providers. With a camper van, you can leisurely experience this amazing country and see some of its very best kept secrets. Here are just a few of these locations in Australia to Visit via Campervan:

Port Macquarie

The ultimate offbeat campervan destination if you want the complete Aussie experience. With miles and miles of pristine and uncrowded beaches, ideal for casual surfing, diving, and dolphin/whale encounters, this paradise offers everyone great camping opportunities. The picturesque sunsets from the Beach House or facing your campervan is a sight to behold.

Winjana Gorge

You’ll find no better outback trip than the one to Winjana gorge found in the Kimberley region, one of the finest places in Australia to watch freshwater crocodiles in the wild. This location has an amazing camping area close to the gorge walls. Only a few tourists spend the night here, so if you do, be sure to head out early in the morning to watch the crocodiles coming out of the water for their daily sunbath.

Locations in Australia to Visit via Campervan

Daintree Rainforest

North Australia’s Cairns is a perfect location for your East Coast trip. There are some off beaten tracks that are full of surprises just waiting to be discovered. Aside from being the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, Cairns has much to offer in surrounding areas as well. Drive to the Daintree Rainforest, where you’ll be welcomed by the Cassowary, a big and unique bird that’s found only in this area. There’s plenty of camping grounds, clean and with minimal crowd.

Locations in Australia to Visit via Campervan

Nitmiluk National Park

 This offbeat locale in the Northern Territory is home to lots of Wallabies that’s not afraid of human interaction. There’s a single camping ground fitted with all the basic facilities and is rarely full, offering you and those with you a peaceful holiday in nature’s cradle.

Ningaloo Reef

A solid alternative to the Great Barrier Reef, except that it’s generally unspoiled and less visited by tourists and locals. With big camping grounds, the sea around this West Coast destination offers a lifetime of satisfaction for those who want to experience the joy of swimming.

Rottnest Island

Another great campervan destination. Drive to the breathtaking Rottnest island and get ready for an endless view of the amazing beaches, pristine waters and lively underwater life. A perfect place to relax and unwind.

Locations in Australia to Visit via Campervan

Australia is a vast land with so much to explore and experience. Don’t forget to book camper vans from DriveNow early to secure your vehicle and get lower prices. And include a rest day every few days in your itinerary, just to make sure you have ample time to experience the country.

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