Boorkoom Camping Area

Rocky headland viewed from Boorkoom Camping Area in Yuraygir National Park

Boorkoom is a campground in the central part of coastal Yuraygir National Park in New South Wales. The Yuraygir National Park is the largest coastal national park in NSW and has multiple sections to enter it from. Boorkoom is in the middle part of the national park between Sandon River and Wooli. Just north of … Read more

Illaroo Camping Area (Yuraygir National Park)

Beach from the Illaroo Camping Area in the Yuraygir National Park

Illaroo is a campground in the Yuraygir National Park near Minnie Water, north of Wooli. Yuraygir is a large national park and requires accessing from several different locations. Illaroo sits between Sandon River Village and Wooli and is the northern most campground south of the Sandon River. The camping area is split into two parts, … Read more


Maclean Showground Camping by the river banks of the Clarence River

The Maclean Showground is a popular camping site less than 1km from the centre of town with 10 campsites. The campsites are around the main showground ring, some are along the river bank with first-rate water views. The flat and grassy sites are facilitated with toilets but there are no showers. It isn’t clear if … Read more

Stargazers Campground

Brown sign at Millstream Chichester National Park showing Stargazers Campground

Stargazers Campground is in the Millstream Chichester National Park and is open during the drier tourist season. The campsite has toilets, picnic tables, and gas BBQs available for use. Generators are not permitted at Stargazers Campground. With 15 camp sites, Stargazers Campground is smaller than the Miliyanha Campground and isn’t suitable for larger caravans. Miliyanha … Read more

Miliyanha Campground

Miliyanha Campground site with toilets and picnic table behind

Miliyanha Campground is in the Millstream Chichester National Park and is the closest campsite to Millstream Homestead . The campground has 27 campsites and is open all year round. It is suitable for all types of camping from tents to camper trailers and caravans. Fresh water is available at the campground, however, it is untreated … Read more

The Big Stubby – Larrimah NT

The Big Stubby at Larrimah Hotel in Northern Territory

The Darwin Stubby is already known to be a larger variety of Australian brown bottled beer. Larrimah in Northern Territory has the Big Stubby, a large sculpture of the NT Draught stubby. The sculpture sits outside the Larrimah Hotel beside a pink panther in a chair and another piloting a gyrocopter. The pub was originally … Read more

World War II Historical Site

Australia Remembers, World War II Historical Site

The World War II Historical Site is at the Gunpowder Rest Stop on the highway between Mount Isa and Camooweal, with historical information about the road and its significance in the war and overnight free camping. The road between Mount Isa and Camooweal was built as part of the inland defence road system as an … Read more


Slab hut with iron roof and stone fireplace and chimney on the end, taken of Mulligan's Hut in Gibraltar Range National Park

Mulligans is an area in the Gibraltar Range National Park named after William Mulligan who proposed a hydroelectric scheme for the area. Mulligans Hut is one of two huts William Mulligan built, the area is referred to as Mulligans Campground or Mulligans Hut Campground. William Mulligan was born of a local grazing family in 1862 … Read more