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Over 500 caravan parks and campsites - the choice is yours

On GoSeeAustralia, you’ll find thousands of accommodation listings in more than 500 locations around Australia. You’ll recognise big holiday park chains like Discovery Parks, BIG4 and Reflections, but there’s also hundreds of independent parks and campgrounds just waiting to be discovered. That’s the beauty of what we do – choice!

Search for your destination and we’ll show you multiple places to camp (or glamp) in the area. You can then filter by the type of accommodation you need: powered sites, unpowered sites, cabins, villas and more. With our flexible booking options, you can request to book or contact the park directly – it’s that easy.

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There’s nothing worse than rolling into your next destination, expecting to set up for a few days on a grassy waterfront campsite only to be turned away because the park is full. That’s why we’re simplifying the search and making it easy to book campsites and caravan sites ahead of the herd.

That doesn’t mean you have to give up on spontaneity completely. Seasoned roadtrippers frequently plan their trips on the fly, and only confirm their next stop a few days in advance. GoSeeAustralia is awesome for this, because you can check out a heap of different parks in the region on one website, and from any device.

That said, some destinations are more popular than others. If you’re hitting up a popular tourist stop, or travelling during peak holiday periods such as Christmas, Easter and school holidays, it pays to book your campsite at least a few weeks in advance to avoid disappointment.

Cabins

Cabins are in hot demand with couples and families who like to take fuss-free holidays surrounded by fresh air, wood smoke and the calls of nature. There’s thousands of cabins for rent in our directory, from comfortable, basic cabins at super affordable rates, to deluxe lodgings for when you’re after something extra special.

Powered sites

If you’re travelling in a motorhome, campervan or towing a caravan, be sure to browse and book powered sites on GSA. You’ll have constant access to power and water, while enjoying the comfort of park facilities and the sense of community you only get when you’re staying amongst like-minded travellers.

Unpowered sites

If you’re self-sufficient and simply looking for a secure place to pitch a tent or park a van or trailer, unpowered sites are excellent value. On GoSeeAustralia, you’ll find holiday parks with acres designated to bush camping, giving you a great tenting experience while reaping the benefits of bathrooms, camp kitchens, washing facilities and park security. You’ll also find unique wilderness campgrounds with only basic facilities, so you can enjoy the environment just as nature intended.

Glamping

Glamping stays are popping up everywhere around Australia and it’s not hard to see why. For nature enthusiasts after an extra special weekend away, nothing beats the comfort (or novelty) of a glamorous safari tent or yurt, kitted out with cosy bedding, ensuites, and private balconies where you can sip wine and soak up the views. Heaps of caravan parks are starting to introduce glamping experiences on their properties, so keep an ear out and bag your glampsite before someone else nabs it first.