Coonabarabran

If you are looking for extraordinary traveling experience while in Australia, and why do not you try camping, sleeping beneath the night of full of shimmering stars. It will be your priceless experience to have before you die. When you are planning to watch the stars while camping. This article will inform you several best spot to build a camp and gaze the stars in Australia. Additionally, if you do not have a telescope, you do not need to worry about. Our previous article have informed you how to look at the stars without a telescope.

The first campsite to be the best place to gaze the stars is Coonabarabran, New South Wales. To get here, you need to drive for six hours northwest of Sydney. Coona as the locals call it. This city is a home to the one and only a dark-sky parks in the world, Warrumbungle National Park. This site is also prohibited from artificial light to make stargazing easily.

If you want to enter the Warrumbungle National Park,.You will cost for $8 per vehicle and $6 for camping per adult. The perfect campsites are Burbie Camp, Camp Pincham, as well as Camp Blackman. When you travel to Queensland, the best campsite for stargazing is at Fraser Island. Fraser Island is known as the one of World’s heritage. Camping at Fraser’s beachside can be a priceless experience. With minimal.light pollution and traffic-free, this place is the stellar stargazing spot with a wonderful open ocean.

Uluru in Northern Territory will offer you 24-hours jaw-dropping scene every day. You can explore the magnificent landscape of Uluru. You may also need to go for several miles to Ayers Rock Campground that gives a wonderful out-of-the-world experience by renting cabins for $179 and unpowered sites for $43. This campsite also hosts an annual Uluru Astronomy Weekend.

The event will be held in September 2018 as the fifth celebration event. Our last perfect campsite to watch the stars in Australia is Whitsunday Island, Queensland. Whitsunday island has the turquoise-watered with lush rain forest. This island is known as the perfect spot of stargazing. Scamper as the travel guide will help you organize permits, transport, and camping gear for well-planned camping. Here, you can also sail cruise, and snorkeling in the day. In conclusion, Australia is known to have minimal.light pollution and darker site to watch the stars, so here you can easily gaze the stars with the naked eye. Those are the best campsite to sleep under the blanket of the glittered stars.

By Tania

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