This is part one of a three part series, exploring the wild camping experience in the New South Wales bush.
We’ve put together a list of some of the best campsites in the state, with advice on where to book them.
First up, the wild campgrounds.
We know you love camping in the bush and there are some really great places to go.
The first campground we recommend is the Flaming Gorge camping site.
This is one of the only sites on the New England coast where you can set up a tent in a clearing, and then go to a fire and enjoy a BBQ in the blazing sun.
The site is nestled in a coastal range in the Blue Mountains of New South, and is perfect for a quiet camp or two.
If you’re in the mood for a quieter camp, there’s another site called the Blue Mountain Campground.
The Blue Mountain is nestling in the foothills of the Blue Range in the eastern part of the state and is a popular place for a quick day out.
It’s a great spot for people to catch a quick breather from the crowds in the surrounding towns and villages.
The campground is open all year round, and it can accommodate up to 200 people, including families and singles.
In winter the campground will be closed to the public.
For those looking for something more remote, there are a couple of other great sites on North Queensland’s coast.
The Red River Campground is one spot we recommend.
It has a small, well-managed site with good views of the Great Barrier Reef.
The campsite is open year round and it’s a good spot for a short break from the hustle and bustle of the towns.
It also has a nice view of the ocean from the top.
You can camp at any time of the year, but we recommend getting out as early as you can in the morning.
The area around the campsite has a good mix of wildlife, including sea turtles and pelicans.
It will also have a range of birds, particularly ducks.
If your camping in a remote area, there may be less to see, and the area may be a little less popular.
It can be a good idea to make arrangements to spend some time with the local wildlife.
The nearby White River Campsite is another great place to camp in the Red River.
It is in the Wilsons Creek National Park and is home to many of the river’s migratory birds.
It boasts a number of great sites for a few hours of fun and wildlife.
If the weather is not too hot, the campsites can be very popular.
If there is a lot of snow on the ground, the sites can get really cold.
We suggest getting out in the middle of the day when there is still some snow.
You won’t be able to see the river as much in winter, but you can still have a great experience.
You’ll get a great view of everything happening around you.
It could also be a great place for families to have a picnic and talk to the animals.
There is also a great wildlife sanctuary on the nearby site, where you’ll find many wildlife including crocodiles, turtles, and possums.
If in doubt, make sure you book early in the year.
If camping is not an option, there is one other camping site we suggest.
This site is a short walk from the Blue River Camp site.
It isn’t as well-known, but is just down the road from the campsitest of the four.
It offers a nice place to enjoy a quick lunch in the sun and enjoy the cool breeze.
It was the first site we recommended when we were planning our journey to New South Bay, so we were very impressed by the campgrounds and their location.
If all else fails, you can always camp on the outskirts of town.
The local wildlife is a big draw for backpackers in New South Queensland, and you can find them all over the state.
We’re also going to give a shout out to the people who run the local fishing communities.
These communities have some great fish to catch, so there’s a lot to do in a short period of time.
You will find plenty of great places for anglers to fish, and there’s an abundance of wildlife on the waters around the New Bay.
If a fishing trip isn’t your thing, you’ll be able go fishing on the Blue Lakes.
These are just a few of the lakes that are in the area, and if you’re up for a challenge, you should definitely visit.