It is coming to that lovely time of year again when everyone starts going outside to do whatever they couldn’t do during the cold days of winter. Spring is near and this means it is time for camping and surfing. It also means it is time to travel. Perhaps you could try out Sydney, Australia. It could be something different for you and your family and to help your family get around the city, you could even try my drive Holiday campervan hire in Sydney. Here are some of the best camping and surfing spots near and in Sydney, Australia.
Best Camping Spots in Sydney
You can arrive at this great camping spot in style two different ways. You can either go the cheaper way and ride the public ferry to get here or you could arrive like the President would and get there by seaplane. Either way, The Basin is a great camping spot to take your entire family and even a few friends. It is a great place for having a barbecue and checking out the beautiful national parks surrounding it.
This amazing camping spot gives you three different options to choose from. You can either go all out and choose the glamping package and get the sun lounge with a cushion, the camping package for traditional fun camping, or even the BYO Everything package which the name explains it all. Make sure to catch the last ferry before it leaves around 11:30 pm or you will miss out once it closes for winter.
Booderee National Park
Going to Booderee National Park will provide you with a Caribbean style camp out once the sun shines on the beach. This national park is one of three parks that are run by the government of Sydney. This camping spot offers great privacy and comfort for your family.
Best Surfing Spots in Syndey
Surfing is an added fun way to make your camping trip the best one ever. Everyone loves this favorite past time. If you don’t know how, there will be someone at one of these surfing spots to teach you and help get you started on having the time of your life.
Bondi Beach is only 20 minutes away from Sydney’s city center by bus. On the south end, you will find the serious surfers while on the north end, you will find boogie boards and body surfers. Other people just love to relax at the nearby cafe’s and bars.
Maroubra Beach is further south and mainly attracts families wanting to try surfing. You will also see a few swimmers and surfers.
If you are a beginner surfer, you can be taught how to have fun with this great water sport by visiting Manly and Maroubra beaches. These are great beaches to learn and serious surfers can even brush up on their awesome surfing skills.