Caravan and camping holiday parks that make a great stay

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Australia is the sixth largest country in the world and the smallest flattest continent and is a natural wonderland of pristine rainforests, azure blue waters, beautiful beaches and ancient rock formations. There are sixteen listed world heritage sites, vibrant cities, stunning flora and fauna and many historic townships that all add to Australia’s unique appeal. There is fauna and flora endemic to Australia that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. The culture and customs boost a rich diversity of nationalities that include myths, traditions, folklore and legends. Included is the dream time which dates back thousands of decades of spiritual indigenous art and culture. There are over two hundred dialects and languages spoken across Australia that includes forty five indigenous languages. The most common languages spoken besides English are Arabic, Mandarin, Greek, Italian, Vietnamese and Cantonese.

Australia is one of the oldest countries on earth and their innovative history, art, and culture is still relatively young. Australia offers tourists outstanding nature experiences and national parks, breathtaking landscapes and some of the most renowned wine regions in the world. One can now experience the diverse natural environments with its unique wildlife when staying at one of the many caravan and camping holiday parks. When out camping, you have the opportunity to get close up to Australia’s native animals and plants and discover the ancient rainforests and wide open spaces on the edge of modern cities. You will have the chance to swim in pristine water environments and climb snow capped mountains. Here are a few of the experiences you don’t want to miss such as Ningaloo Reef with its largest reef worldwide where you can swim with the world’s largest fish the whale sharks. Shark Bay is home to dolphins, humpback whales, manta rays and turtles. Spend time hand feeding the dolphins at Monkey Mia or take a walk on a beach made from tiny shells at Hamelin Pool. A short distance from Geelong centre, a surfer’s paradise is the Geelong Riverview Tourist Park where you can camp. This park is very close to the Surf Coast and Great Ocean Road and offers boating, surfing, swimming, scuba diving and sailing activities.

Holiday parks in Australia are ideal for tourists wanting to travel around Australia, as they provide amenities such as modern cabins, BBQ areas, playgrounds, camp kitchens, swimming pools, recreation areas and much more. A must visit is the Kakadu National Park which is the largest in Australia and comprises of six different seasons and is divided into seven distinct regions. The park spans over 40 thousand years of aboriginal history with its beautiful rugged escarpments, open savannah plains, lush wetlands and forest woodlands. These and other parks are a must visit.