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Post Info TOPIC: is there a site for land owners to post free camping for self contained vehicles?


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is there a site for land owners to post free camping for self contained vehicles?


i have heard that most if not all the rest sites you cannot stay overnight at anymore

we only have a limited time away each trip so only require overnight stays

also on a limited budget $40 for 8 hours each night is not the best option for our self contained unit

i am thinking of just stopping outside a home and asking if we can just rest on their lawn overnight

we have room for a caravan and can even provide power and water for overnighters on our front lawn



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Planning a trip from Phillip Island to Temora in Oct to Nov any suggestions for free camps

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There is no problem with finding free camping where ever you go. Use Camps Aus Wide and Wikicamps combined and you will find exactly what you need. I only free camp, never have a problem. A lot of the talk is scare tactics.

There is a site called you-camp.com which has private owners offering spots on their land for you. Have seen it on facebook but haven't looked into it yet.


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HW - that link shows a group training/fitness site.

try - Youcamp.com



-- Edited by jules47 on Tuesday 23rd of June 2015 09:55:18 PM

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I try to stop overnight where there's council or gov land.. Elect sub stations etc..

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Hi if you can get a copy of camps 7/8 or other travel guides they support free camping and offer many spots to just park up and boil the billy or google free camp spots  all the best good luck



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Hi, the camping site for private properties is    youcamp.com    not sure how to make it clickable though. Lots of listings, safe travels.

Cheers,

Annie



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Another site is Caravan Overnight Farmstays $11 membership for Property Owners and Travellers. We joined this year in while in WA as there are about 25 properties from Geraldton to the Southern Coastline to Esperance.

 

Cheers Kev.



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I get most of my info from caravancaravn.com.au

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CMCA members have the option of stopping overnight at Member Stopovers. They are shown in the club app Geowiki, and are a member benefit

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