If you’re on the heaven side of the camping, you will be thinking about the freedom to go wherever you want, being at one with nature and living the dream.
The idea of camping on the beach is all very romantic. But it is also great to be at one with nature for two or three nights but it won’t be long.
You’re in Australia after all. It’s hot; it’s often really hot, so getting air con is a must especially from October to April.
If you aren’t on a campsite, your only option is the grass/floor/bush. I won’t go in to this but at least be prepared with toilet roll, wipes, a torch and lighter.
The idea of only having a door between you and the dark outside world does scare the living daylights out of you when it is pitch black and you’re in the middle of blooming nowhere.
We were quite lucky but travellers with campervans can be stung quite badly. Be careful and keep note of where you are driving and which tolls you are accruing.