Just brought your new camper trailer and looking to head out on your next big adventure but just not sure where the road will take you? Here are just a few off road camping destinations that are a must see!



About 1.5hr drive from Sydney, surrounded by spectacular mountain scenery, the Heritage-listed Blue Mountains National Park is a great get away packed with Aboriginal culture, walking tracks, camping, canyoning, climbing and mountain biking activities – not to mention some great off road tracks to discover!

More Info: https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/visit-a-park/parks/blue-mountains-national-park



Situated in between Rockhampton and Bundaberg and north of North of Fraser Island and south of The Whitsundays, the oddly named town 1770 is a nice balance of coastal tranquility and pristine national parks.

More Info: https://www.discover1770.com.au/town-information



Located 260km north of Melbourne, Grampians National Park is an adventure wonderland, boasting  rugged sandstone mountain ranges, breathe taking lookouts and forests filled in wildlife.

More Info: https://www.visitgrampians.com.au/



Known as the Four Wheel Driving paradise, Gregory National Park, starting 200 km west of Katherine is perfect off road destination four wheel driving enthusiasts! From Old Victoria River Crossing to Jasper Gorge it would be a camping holiday you never forget!

More Info: https://www.outback-australia-travel-secrets.com/gregory_national_park.html



A popular Australian Outback camping destination and at the top of most avid off road campers bucket lists would the Kimberly!  With stunning gorges, waterfalls and 4WD tracks along the breathtaking coastline, you can camp out in the huge array of flora and fauna – truly the ultimate adventure.

More Info: https://www.australia.com/en/places/broome-and-surrounds/guide-to-the-kimberley.html



About 2 hour drive from Port Lincoln , the west coast of the Eyre Peninsula is best known for its sandstone cliff edges that have eroded overtime to create spectacular caves known as The Woolshed. Whilst visiting, fish or simply gaze at the beauty of the coastline whilst you camp out and watch the sun set over waters against the Great Australian Bight.

More Info: https://southaustralia.com/places-to-go/eyre-peninsula