Australia truly is a vast and beautiful country, filled with so many wonders to explore. When it comes to camping holidays, the options feel endless. So endless, in fact, it can be pretty tough to narrow down your choices to find the perfect place for you. If you’re looking for rare and stunning million-dollar views from your campsite, we’ve developed our list of the top 5 locations to give you just that.

Lucky Bay, Western Australia 


This camp overlooks stunning white sandy beaches in a picturesque, protected cove. You can enjoy the roos that frequent the beach, snorkel the turquoise waters, or follow the walking racks to find amazing views of Recherche Archipelago Nature Reserve. Only $19/night p.p.

Michelago, New South Wales

If you want to experience the country, this 160-year-old farm ticks all the items on the list. Only 3 campsites are available, so you can enjoy the seclusion on 130 acres. The Tinderry Mountains surround the farm so you can wake up to million-dollar mountain views, or the spectacular star grazing on a clear night. There’s plenty of land to explore or enjoy the Namadgi National Park close by. Prices start at $40/night.

Lorella Springs Wilderness Park, NT

Camping - Lorella Springs Wilderness Park
Boasting 16 swimming holes, including 8 natural springs that bubble up all year round, you can enjoy some of the best swimming holes in the NT at this campsite. Known for great fishing, you can camp up by the stunning rivers or in the designated campgrounds. There is so much room you don’t even need to book a campsite, just turn up to the office upon arrival.
Prices start at $30/night p.p.

Murray River National Park, SA

Take the dog on a river adventure and camp along the stunning Murray River. With endless hiking trails to explore, great fishing locations, and a gorgeous river system (perfect for packing the kayak), you won’t get bored on your camping trip here!
Prices start from $13.50/night.

Lady Musgrave Island, Qld

Feel like a celebrity when you camp on the secluded Lady Musgrave Island. North of Bundaberg, and on the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef, this island camping trip is a must-do! Surrounded by pristine turquoise waters filled with coral reefs you can spend hours snorkelling here.
Prices start at $6.85 p.p/night or families from $27.40/night.

There really are an endless number of options at your fingertips when you camp through Australia, but these campsites offer the best million-dollar views you can find. We hope this helps you narrow down your selection and make the most of your camping experience.

If you still need to purchase the essentials for your trip, don’t worry, The Boho Camping Co have the perfect sleeping bags, chairs, and bundles, for making sure the only hot thing on your campsite isn’t the fire…
July 19, 2022 — The Boho Camping Co.

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