Free campsites of Australia are located in parts all across the country. Talking about New South Wales, people can explore Ingar Campground, Bendeela Recreation Area, Newnes Campground, and Wollemi National Park. Queensland has some of the exotic camping grounds such as Lake Elphinstone, Cumberland Mine Historic Site, and Gregory River. In the Northern Territory, you can explore Wolfe Creek Camp, Two Mile Hole, LittleRiver Rest Area.In Western Australia, there’sCliff Head, James Price Point, and the famous Disappointment Rock. Likewise, in Victoria, Blue Pool, Christie’s Beach, and Stevenson’s Falls free camping ground are quite famous. Point Lowly Camping area, MurthoForest Landing, and Burra Creek Gorge Reserve are famous in South Australia. All of these camping grounds offer different experiences but have the same expectation that you would be responsible during your stay.