How to Escape the Everyday this Spring
With the days getting warmer and longer, it can only mean one thing; Spring is well and truly on its way. This Spring, we want to take you on a journey, to start enjoying the small things in life and inspire you to escape the everyday. For us one of the best ways to escape the everyday is to take a camping trip, so we have put together a list of five ultimate camping spots this Spring.
Buderim Forest Park, Queensland
Buderim Forest is the inspiration for our Spring '20 collection; this secluded oasis boasts towering trees, meandering tracks and stunning waterfall; this sub-tropical oasis is a paradise for nature lovers and photographers alike. Spend an entire day soaking up this natural wonderland as you enjoy a picnic with your family or partner, then settle into one of the numerous campgrounds surrounding the forest; we recommend the forest glen Holiday Resort.
Byron Bay, New South Wales
Famous for its laid-back coastal lifestyle, Byron Bay is the ideal spot to relax, enjoy the beautiful beaches, rainforests, coastal trails, marine life and a buzzing food scene. Choose from an abundance of the secluded campsite along the specular coastal line, or if you are feeling fancy, Byron Bay would be the best spot to upgrade to charming beach cottages or wellness retreats.
Margaret River, Western Australia
Margaret River has it all, fantastic beaches, world-renowned surfing, wineries, and cafés. Only a three-hour drive from Perth, there is plenty of campsites to choose from along the coastline. You can enjoy watching the sunsets over the ocean are something special, and the temperatures in the winter don't often drop below five degrees, making it the perfect camping spot year-round.
Wilsons Promontory National Park, Victoria
Wilsons Promontory National Park is on a peninsula southeast of Melbourne; you can camp in the national park and surround yourself with tranquil rivers, intimate coves, mountaintops and lush, forested valleys. It's known for its rugged mountains and abundant wildlife, including kangaroos and wombats. Please note Wilson Promontory is currently closed due to the COVID restrictions in Melbourne.
Bouddi National Park, New South Wales
Just a 90-minute drive from Sydney, the Bouddi national park is the perfect spot for a weekend camping trip. With several camping spots available in this beautiful national park, there is an activity for all, with numerous bush or coastal walking tracks, beaches for surfing or relaxing and a perfect spot for fishing.
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