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Although camping in Byron Bay and surrounding suburban areas is not permitted, if you head north of Byron Bay along the Pacific highway there are numerous free parking spots. One of them is the Yelgun rest area. There is also one about 5 minutes north of the Byron turn off. If you go further north, you can also find the Sleepy Hollow rest area even further ...


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Resting Tired Travellers vs Free Campers Roadside rest areas are intended for tired travellers and not for campers. Indeed most of them are signposted with "no camping" signs, as are most urban and suburban parking areas. Some rest areas allow overnight stays, and the longest one can stay is 24-hours. The thin line between a tired traveller and a camper ...


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I don't think you will find something as universal as Trivago, Skyscanner, Kayak for campsites but your friendly neighborhood Google can yield some results that will let you book at least some of the sites online: Reserve America HipCamp Recreation.gov - For US National Park Service sites. There is probably more but you should be able to find them on ...


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This answer is for my assumption that you want to go camping on your own/with friends (without guides and porters), and this comes from someone who has camped and hitchhiked a lot in a country where relatively very few people do so. 1) Camping in national parks is strictly illegal unless done in a designated campsite after paying authorities. If caught ...



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