In most forests, you must pitch your tent at least or feet from the nearest road, trail, or official campground; in popular areas, it might be as much as half a mile. It can be a bit of a mixed blessing, since these hidden campgrounds tend to draw two types: nature nut budgeteers who pack in what they need and pack out all of their trash, and cheapskates looking for a place to crash with no late-night noise rules to hamper their drunken revelry—and they tend to leave their trash. Out west especially, many National Parks are wrapped in a cocoon of National Forest land, so you can often sleep for free within a few dozen miles of the park gates.
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Just pause at the National Forest entrance to read the posted signs which will either detail local camping rules or provide the phone number or location for the ranger, who will know and start driving up smaller secondary and dirt roads looking for a sweet spot by a mountain stream. Free camping is not restricted to federal lands.
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This article was by Reid Bramblett and last updated in January All information was accurate at the time. Author: Reid Bramblett. One example worthy of mention is the Gordonvale rest area, just 25km south of popular Cairns in Queensland , beside the Mulgrave River.
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The grassy camp area is huge and all types of rigs are permitted and better yet pets are allowed. It's the perfect freebie, where you can set up camp and explore the Cairns region. There is running water and basic toilets and it is an ideal camp to enjoy for free in a popular tourist area. You will however, generally find many roadside overnight rest areas and bush camps close to many towns along highways and roads throughout Australia, particularly in less populated areas and in the outback.
Rivers and creeks usually allow camping nearby.
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Do not assume that if there are no signs stating "no camping permitted here" that you can, especially in towns and cities, as you'll be infringing council laws if you do and can be faced with a fine. They can't have signs up everywhere.
Many town councils and surf clubs along the east coast operate low cost camping grounds overlooking the beach with facilities and views. We were very impressed with the amount of waterfront cheap stays over east. Most have powered and unpowered sites, amenities with hot showers and camp kitchens too.
Our national parks throughout Australia also offer very cheap bush camping sites and most have toilet facilities and many offer great views and are close to the main point of interests you are wanting to explore. The best guide to travel with to help you determine where free camping is permitted all around Australia is the Camps Australia Wide travel companion available with a cardboard spine and spiral spine for a little extra money for easy page flipping.
This book has comprehensive Australia-wide road maps, featuring designated free and cheap camp grounds marked throughout the country.