Check out this beaut guide to camping NSW! If you are looking for the best camping spots, NSW has many and they are listed comprehensively in this book.
There’s also a guide listed here to cooking when you camp.
Find 600 campsites listed in this comprehensive guide. You’ll find camping South Coast and camping northern NSW guides as well as camping in western NSW all listed. From the big cities of NSW to secluded beach and bush camps, you’ll find a huge variety of NSW camp sites listed here.
Find the best camping grounds NSW has in this book, along with detailed maps. The ACT is also covered.
From the beloved Australian Women’s Weekly comes this 2018 guide to the best, easiest and most delicious recipes to make when you’re camping.
From breakfast to lunches to dinners on the campfire, you’ll find a huge variety of recipes here to suit the whole family.
Camping With Kids is written by a very experienced camper, dad and camping magazine editor, Simon McGrath.
It is not a guide book about where to camp, it’s all about how to camp
The book is packed full of over 300 ideas for things to do, games, adventures, recipes for campfire treats and other camping family fun.
Learn to tie knots, enjoy night walks, watch meteor showers, build teepees, turn camping into glamping – it’s all here. There are lots of ideas for storytelling and tent games as well as for experiencing the joys of the outdoors.
This is great for beginner campers, and will give many ideas to the more experienced too.
Camping is so great for children, although one disgruntled mum friend of mine does describe it as ‘housework, but harder.’
As a child we camped out a lot in Scotland, so Aussie camping has always felt like glamping to me. So few high winds and thunderous rain storms.
Camping With Kids is both useful and practical, it is inspiring too. I really enjoyed reading the content, and love the beautiful graphics too.
Here’s a minute long video which shows more of the book.
You might also find this post handy for your camping adventures:
Can you recommend any other guides to camping in NSW?
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