Camps Australia Wide 9

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Don't go to Australia without this guide! Camps Australia Wide 9 by Philip and Cathryn Fennel is considered "The Travellers Bible" and is a must-have guidebook for camping in Australia. The cost of the book may seem high, but the information listed will prove invaluable and you will make the money back in savings in no time.

It is ideal for the motorhome traveller and details over 4,000 sites, including free and low cost camping as well as unique outback and remote camping sites. Also included are low cost caravan parks, showground camping, hotel and pub camping, national and state parks and station stays.

Philip and Cathryn have been checking, verifying and re-visiting all 4,000 sites across Australia, to give you the most up to date experience. The 9th edition of this phenomenal guide was published in February 2017 and new editions are published every two years. With reliable HEMA mapping throughout, this atlas-come-campsite guide is the only one you'll need when travelling to Australia.

User friendly format

The entries are in an easy-to-read format with clear symbols detailing facilities like service points and toilets, fees, spaces available, sites suitable for large motorhomes and RVs, and even mobile phone coverage - important when you happen to find yourself in the middle of the desert. 

The site types are broken up into Rest Areas, Camp Areas, Camp Spots, Picnic Areas, Parking Areas and Caravan Parks. 

Customised HEMA mapping

The latest edition of the HEMA road atlas is included in the book and all campsites and stopovers are pinpointed straight on the mapping. What's provided within the book is sufficient to plan your route with, but the publishers recommend using more detailed mapping for navigation. The multi-lingual symbol key details which routes are freeways, tourist routes,  major highways, four-wheel drive only tracks and walking routes. You will also find fuel stations, day parking, conservation areas, Aboriginal land and national parks easy to spot. City plans are provided for Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart, Adelaide, Darwin and Perth. 

How to use Camps Australia Wide 9

All sites are shown on the mapping with their map number, starting from 1 at the beginning of each region, and a symbol denoting what type of stopover it is. Each listing includes the site name, associated national park where applicable, road number, location and access details, contact telephone number, GPS coordinates, a colour photograph and symbols showing what facilities are available at the site and whether it is free or pay.

An alphabetical index at the back lists all the sites by name. To find a site by area, locate the relevant mapping and then use the numerical listing for that region to find the site number you desire.

Service Points, or Dump Points, are listed in their own section at the back of the guide. The simplified entries are listed alphabetically by town name and include the name of the site/location, telephone number, address/location details and accessible hours. Symbols denote what services are available: WC emptying, grey water emptying, access for non-guests, public access, large motorhome/RV access and whether it is free or pay.

Key Features

  • Over 4,000 caravan, motorhome and campervan sites listed
  • GPS coordinates for all stopovers 
  • Sites overlaid onto customised HEMA mapping
  • Sites suitable for RVs
  • Regional sections 
  • Free online updates page
  • GPS POI download for purchase separately
  • Published February 2017, updated biennially
  • A4 spiralbound format, 448 pages

Who Should Buy?

Anyone travelling Australia in a tent, caravan, campervan or motorhome. Meli and Chris used Camps Australia Wide 5 when they travelled around Australia in a motorhome and they wouldn't leave home without the most up to date version were they ever to go back.

Don't go to Australia without this guide! Camps Australia Wide 9 by Philip and Cathryn Fennel is considered "The Travellers Bible" and is a must-have guidebook for camping in Australia. The cost of the book may seem high, but the information listed will prove invaluable and you will make the money back in savings in no time.

It is ideal for the motorhome traveller and details over 4,000 sites, including free and low cost camping as well as unique outback and remote camping sites. Also included are low cost caravan parks, showground camping, hotel and pub camping, national and state parks and station stays.

Philip and Cathryn have been checking, verifying and re-visiting all 4,000 sites across Australia, to give you the most up to date experience. The 9th edition of this phenomenal guide was published in February 2017 and new editions are published every two years. With reliable HEMA mapping throughout, this atlas-come-campsite guide is the only one you'll need when travelling to Australia.

User friendly format

The entries are in an easy-to-read format with clear symbols detailing facilities like service points and toilets, fees, spaces available, sites suitable for large motorhomes and RVs, and even mobile phone coverage - important when you happen to find yourself in the middle of the desert. 

The site types are broken up into Rest Areas, Camp Areas, Camp Spots, Picnic Areas, Parking Areas and Caravan Parks. 

Customised HEMA mapping

The latest edition of the HEMA road atlas is included in the book and all campsites and stopovers are pinpointed straight on the mapping. What's provided within the book is sufficient to plan your route with, but the publishers recommend using more detailed mapping for navigation. The multi-lingual symbol key details which routes are freeways, tourist routes,  major highways, four-wheel drive only tracks and walking routes. You will also find fuel stations, day parking, conservation areas, Aboriginal land and national parks easy to spot. City plans are provided for Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart, Adelaide, Darwin and Perth. 

How to use Camps Australia Wide 9

All sites are shown on the mapping with their map number, starting from 1 at the beginning of each region, and a symbol denoting what type of stopover it is. Each listing includes the site name, associated national park where applicable, road number, location and access details, contact telephone number, GPS coordinates, a colour photograph and symbols showing what facilities are available at the site and whether it is free or pay.

An alphabetical index at the back lists all the sites by name. To find a site by area, locate the relevant mapping and then use the numerical listing for that region to find the site number you desire.

Service Points, or Dump Points, are listed in their own section at the back of the guide. The simplified entries are listed alphabetically by town name and include the name of the site/location, telephone number, address/location details and accessible hours. Symbols denote what services are available: WC emptying, grey water emptying, access for non-guests, public access, large motorhome/RV access and whether it is free or pay.

  • Over 4,000 caravan, motorhome and campervan sites listed
  • GPS coordinates for all stopovers 
  • Sites overlaid onto customised HEMA mapping
  • Sites suitable for RVs
  • Regional sections 
  • Free online updates page
  • GPS POI download for purchase separately
  • Published February 2017, updated biennially
  • A4 spiralbound format, 448 pages

Anyone travelling Australia in a tent, caravan, campervan or motorhome. Meli and Chris used Camps Australia Wide 5 when they travelled around Australia in a motorhome and they wouldn't leave home without the most up to date version were they ever to go back.

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