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Winter's here, go camping!

Rug up and hit the road with our winter deals available at select caravan parks on GoSeeAustralia. Go against the grain and point your bull bar south for an oh-so-cosy escape without the crowds, or treat yourself to a half-way stay as you tackle the big migration north. We've got some sweet deals in prime locations around the country, plus plenty of stories from our crew of nomadic writers – all the inspo you need to uncurl from your doona cocoon and embrace the chilly season around a campfire.

Winter Park Deals

Prime Pet Friendly Tourist Park (VIC)

Winter Sun Special: All sites only $25 per night, book 4 nights pay for 3. Bring your pet for $1.00 per pet per night, with proceeds donated to Bairnsdale Animal Shelter.

The perfect caravan park for guests who love their four-legged friends, with all the attractions of Lakes Entrance just a short walk away.

Offer valid on stays between 1/7/19 - 20/9/19. Sites only. No further discounts apply.

Second Valley Caravan Park (SA)

Winter Special:
1.Spend $58 to get a 15% discount on Unpowered sites
2. Spend $70 to get a 15% discount on Powered sites
3. Spend $158 and get 15% on all cabins stays

A pet-friendly family park located beachside in the quiet, charming hamlet of Second Valley, within easy stroll of the jetty, kiosk, safe sandy swimming beach and rock pools.

Offer valid on stays between 19/6/19 - 30/9/19. Excludes Public holidays and school holidays

Seven Mile Beach Hobart Cabin & Caravan Park (TAS)

1. Stay 7 nights and only pay for 6 on Powered Sites

2. Enjoy 20% off when you spend $70 or more on any accommodation type

A beautiful treed and grassed park situated a short stroll from the beach, and only minutes away from golf clubs, restaurants, fishing and Hobart airport.

Offer valid on stays before 30/9/19.

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Winter Getaway Guides

Whether you're enjoying mild temperatures in the Top End or having a Robinson Crusoe experience on empty beaches in the south, winter is an awesome time to camp whatever way you dice it. Point your peepers at our travel stories and we reckon you'll be warming to the idea of a winter roadie in no time.

Albany to Augusta – soaking up WA's scenic southwest

Steeped in history and surrounded by stunning coastal scenery, Albany and Augusta stand as bookends for one of Australia’s most spectacular stretches of coastline. From havens of white sand beaches and crystal waters to ancient stands of Gondwanan forest, there’s few places better to lose yourself in for a few days.

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Mount Gambier's Surreal Sinkholes

Have you ever explored Mount Gambier? Did you know it has sinkholes, natural springs and a huge crater? Next time you’re passing through South Australia, be sure to stop and check it out for yourself – you don’t want to miss it!

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Peaceful Portland: escape to Victoria’s far southwest coast

Located in the far south-west corner of Victoria, a mere 100km from the end of the Great Ocean Road, lies the town of Portland. This much-overlooked coastal town is full of history and rugged beauty, with an industrial port that mingles effortlessly in with the abundance of wildlife that saturate the area. This town has something to offer everyone and is well worth venturing past the GOR finish line to check out.

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5 Unique Ways to Experience Yulara

Yulara is the spiritual sector of the Red Centre. You can feel it from the moment you first spy Uluru across the sand dunes as you drive along Lasseter Highway. The feeling is the same if you’re on the Great Central Road, except it’s the sight of Kata Tjuta that gives you goosebumps. While these two striking landforms are what draw hundreds of thousands of visitors every year, there are plenty of other activities to keep you busy.

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Campfire Cooking: 5 easy recipes for your next camping trip

Camping south in the wintertime calls for extra cosiness. So be sure to warm yourself from the inside out with these feel-good recipes perfect for cooking over a campfire, on a BBQ or your portable gas stove. From camp oven nachos to chicken curry, you’re gonna want to stay at least a week at the campground so you can try them all out.

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Victor Harbor in Two Days – a quickie but a goodie

A popular holiday town for generations, Victor Harbor is situated only 83km from Adelaide and is well known for its horse-drawn tram across to Granite Island, Cockle Steam Train, surf beaches, and nearby Goolwa, gateway to the mouth of the Murray River.

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