Rise in the prices is proving the traditional camping costly for many campers. The charges hiked in the last one year are almost double.
The Booderee National Park on NSW South Coast charges $81 for a family of two elders and two children for a single night. The Bateman’s Bay Beach Resort is charging $90 per night for a powered tent site with a suite toilet.
The best and reasonable place to camp is the State’s National Park at South Australia, where the fee is $13-$16 per night and few private campsites charge about $46 per night.
The national parks in Queensland charges only $21.80 per night to a family. The park offers a games room, tennis court, jumping castle and a mini golf.
News Limited evaluated the camping fees with accommodation at few national parks and found seven hotels in Bali for a cheaper price. The Bali accommodation includes a swimming pool, restaurants, a suite toilet and other amenities. But whereas at National Parks campers must carry their own beds, sleeping bags, tents, cooking equipment and should also share toilets and showers.