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    Quote Originally Posted by Terryy View Post
    Try the wikicamps app its free on android and iphone you can set it to show only free sites.
    http://www.wikicamps.com.au/
    That app is now $2.99. Still bugger all and it looks like the best one available.

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    I can concur the Wikicamps app is a bloody ripper, works on GPS so does not need the Internet, although some part of it does (comments for example seem to only show when you have 3G)

    But works a treat shows all roadside stops, freecamps, carvan parks and how far away from you they are....just brilliant
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    just downloaded wikicamps, great app for only $2.99!
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    Quote Originally Posted by prado2004 View Post
    just downloaded wikicamps, great app for only $2.99!
    Been using it in our current travels, and rate it very highly. W have camps 7 too, but heaps more spots in wiki camps, and the recent reviews and comments are very handy.
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    Cool, thanks for the WikiCamps info. Just downloaded!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark from Brisbane View Post
    I can concur the Wikicamps app is a bloody ripper, works on GPS so does not need the Internet, although some part of it does (comments for example seem to only show when you have 3G)

    But works a treat shows all roadside stops, freecamps, carvan parks and how far away from you they are....just brilliant
    There is a option is settings to pre download all info on camps (pictures/comments etc) for each state. We are into our oz trip and find this handy when we have no net and wanting to check out camps or CP prices for the next stops. Also have Camps 7 bible and Camps 7 POI in GPS. working really well for us.

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    Just went on itunes to check out wikicamps and the current price now is $7.49

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    Wiki camps suggested a great free camp last week, just outside Gloucester, Bretti Reserve. Paid for itself already.

    Actually using it for reviews of paid sites too. User photos are good occasionally as they sometimes differ from the marketing ones!
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    Free Camping

    Sounds great BB. I'll see ya in two days
    I'll talk the spot behind woolies

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    I can fit in. I drink EB 🍻


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    Looks like not many camping sites in Broome for a while....

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-11-2...aviour/5905988

    We'll just go bush were they came from - be plenty of room out in the bush by the sounds of it
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    Don't get Dave started 😉


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