We’ve all been on a camping trip where sausages in bread are the main meal for the ENTIRE trip. I mean, sausages in bread are okay…but does anyone actually want them for dinner every day? I don’t think so. Finding good camping meals for picky eaters is a genuine challenge.
Going on road trips with your baby can be very tiring. Unlike the older kids, babies will easily get impatient and fussy being strapped in a carseat for prolonged periods of time. We know that keeping bub occupied throughout the ride takes a lot of effort. Most of the time you’ll be exhausted by the time you arrive at your holiday destination!
Welcome to Campstay’s ultimate glamping guide for Australian campers! Have you ever wondered if your glamping game is strong enough? Is your camp mattress soft and pillowy? Do you have enough camping gadgets? Have you perfected your tent’s temperature and ventilation?
Hang on a minute… are you still staying in a tent?
One of the best things about camping is the road trip. For those of us who love off-road adventures, it’s all about the 4WD tracks that test your skills and your confidence. It’s the mud splatters on the windows, the wheels kicking up dust, and the way your stomach drops when you just barely make it down a hill in one piece.
If you love to go camping, having your children and pets with you will make your holiday more fun and memorable. Your kids can breathe fresh air, play amidst lush greenery, appreciate the beauty of nature and learn to respect wildlife. Taking the pets on your camping trip allows them to experience and explore surroundings outside your home. Besides, it’s very difficult to leave your furbabies behind, especially when your actual babies (your kids) insist they come along. So don’t fight the inevitable – bring the whole gang camping! (more…)
As per the Coastal Studies Unit at University of Sydney, Australia has a total of 10,685 beaches. This number was based on the definition that for a stretch of sand to be categorized as a “beach”, said stretch of sand must be more than 20 metres long and remain dry during high tides.
Some wish to “commune with nature”. Personally, I would prefer to be immune from nature. I’m not a huge fan of real, wee-in-the-woods, wear-the-same-shirt-for-a-week, sleep-on-the-ground camping. I put this down to a traumatic school camp experience and my natural aversion to discomfort of any kind.
Camping is perhaps the most popular outdoor activity in Australia. Every year, regardless of seasons, people make arrangements to book accommodation in caravan parks, immerse themselves in the great outdoors, and often do it with their loved ones. If you’re still considering whether you should take your family camping this year, then continue reading for our top four reasons why we think you should book your getaway today!
We’ve scoured the internet and listed the 10 camping mistakes to avoid in Australia (or anywhere in the world, for that matter).
The 49th Annual Queensland Caravan, Camping and Touring Supershow has been a hit among grey nomads, families, and other caravan and camping fanatics coming from near and far! We’re bringing you our 2017 QLD Caravan Show Highlights. If you haven’t made it to the show yet this year, fear not! You still have all weekend to head to the showgrounds.Hundreds of exhibitors have been spread across the Brisbane showgrounds from the 7th, and will be there until the 12th of June, showcasing all the latest products and services the caravanning industry has to offer including caravans, motorhomes, camper trailers, tents, four-wheel drives, and all the latest camping gadgets. Without further ado, here are our top QLD Caravan Show highlights: