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Top Winter Motorhome Getaways in Australia

Winter is the perfect time for an on road motorhome adventure and what a better excuse than to escape the winter chills and head for the tropics. If you are unsure on the right location or not sure what there is on offer, look no further.

Kakadu, NT

Kakadu comes to life after the wet season and its pure beauty shines through during the winter months. Enjoy the spectacular landscape and waterfalls that are steadily running from the rain. This time of season makes it the perfect time to trek the waterfalls and kayak the gorges. Visit the world famous Yellow Water Billabong, and witness the unique wildlife, flora and fauna that is such a special part of Australia.

Where to stay?

There are a range of power sites that accommodate caravans, motorhomes, campers and more. There are local and indigenous guides that offer tours year round, which change seasonally. 

Cape York, QLD

There is no further point on our country than Cape York, this is a real getaway. There are very few crowds and you can soak up the atmosphere in peace and quit. There is no lack of adventure and activities range from fishing, crocodile and safaris adventures where you get to experience scenery that is found nowhere else.

Where to stay?

There are a variety of campgrounds that offer powered and unpowered sites perfect for your motorhome. There are also campgrounds right on the beach that offer spectacular views.

Cairns, QLD

Cairns is the heart of Tropical North Queensland and home to one of the wonders of the world, the Great Barrier Reef. This natural wonder is one of Australia's most remarkable gifts and is one of the world's largest coral reef. There is an abundance of marine life and some of the most beautiful golden beaches.

Where to stay?

There are no shortage of caravan parks, with plenty of room for your motorhome with so many great surrounding places and activities including Port Douglas 66km north of Carins with the luxuriant, emerald green Daintree Forest that cascades down to the Coral Sea.      

Cable Beach, WA 

Located in the heart of Kimberly, Cable beach is a summer paradise with temperatures getting up to 27 degrees in the middle of winter. This remote seclusion offers a relaxing atmosphere and beautiful landscape. There is a spectacular drive that takes you from Cable Road to Reddell Beach where you can see where the radiant red soil meets the white sandy beach and turquoise crystal blue water.

Where to stay?

You can relax in the outback with caravan resorts perfectly situated in the diverse east Kimberley. The Gibb River Road, Lake Argyle, Ord River, the Bungle Bungles and Argyle Diamond mine are all within the region and ready to be explored!

It's Time To Hit The Road!