Keen to get back to nature and check out your local national parks?
Look no further, we’ve listed the best national parks all across the nation to visit while camping.
See our list here:
The Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park in the Yorke Peninsula is a must for any South Australian.
The beautiful cliff-faces and stunning coastal views are unmatched anywhere else across the state.
This is a great spot if you enjoy bushwalking, too!
The vast wilderness of Karijini National Park is seriously impressive.
The red rocks of Dales Gorge and the cascades of Fortescue Falls truly encapsulates the heart of Western Australia.
This is a great spot to learn more about Indigenous history.
This one might be a little obvious, but you simply cannot understate the beauty found within the Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park.
Uluru during the sunsets and sunrises is breath-taking, and the red terrain that surrounds it is totally out of this world.
The field of light is a stunning art display that you have to see to believe.
The Daintree Rainforest is truly a national treasure.
Home to crocodiles, cassowaries and some of the most visually beautiful spots in the country- it’s impossible to give it a miss.
This is great if you enjoy sight seeing!
Cradle Mountain is a remarkable spot in Tasmania, with it’s ancient rainforests and magnificent views- it’s hard to beat.
In the wintertime you can hike through the crisp air through a winter wonderland as snow falls over the branches.
This is a great spot for scenic views!
Another obvious candidate is NSW’s famous Blue Mountains National Park.
These spectacular views are world renowned and for good reason- the stretch of bushlands over thousands and thousands of kilometers along the stony cliff faces are absolutely astonishing.
This is a great spot for people who like hiking and trekking.
The Great Otway National Park is a great way for Victorians, or more specifically- Melbournians to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.
It’s a great way to get out of the big smoke and trek through some gorgeous, lush, purely Victorian rainforests and see some amazing waterfalls along the way.
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