Australia has over 10,000 beaches – you could visit a new beach every day for nearly 30 years!
That’s a lot of exploring to do, waves to catch, and sunshine to enjoy. What better way to enjoy Australia’s stunning beaches than pulling up at a campsite by the beach and camping for the night? You can fall asleep to the sound of waves crashing, enjoy a new sunset over the horizon, and wake up with a different coastal view every day!
Australia is blessed with some of the world’s best beaches, and we’re also lucky to have amazing campsites that are set up right next to these beaches.
Here are the 5 best beach campgrounds in Australia:
- Pebbly Beach Campground, New South Wales
- Johanna Beach Campground, Victoria
- Noah Beach Campground, Daintree Rainforest, Queensland
- Amity Point Camping Ground, North Stradbroke Island, Queensland
- Hamelin Bay Campground, Western Australia
Pebbly Beach Campground – NSW
The south coast of NSW will be a highlight of any east coast road trip. The stunning region is a camper’s dream, with rolling hills, lush national parks, incredible beaches and an abundance of wildlife.
Pebbly Beach in Murramarang National Park is a must-visit for all those reasons. Tucked behind the forest along the coast line, this is a fantastic spot to get away from the crowds and meet resident kangaroos. Facilities include showers, toilets, and BBQ and sites start at $24/night.