GoRV - Digital Magazine Issue #52 - Page 71

The High Country and Snowy Mountains regions of both Victoria and New South Wales offer stunning scenery and numerous options for camping , ranging from caravan parks to secluded sites tucked ( hopefully ) away from the maddening crowd .
East of Melbourne , along the Princes Highway , there are a number of opportunities to catapult your way north along roads that provide a wild ride up into the Great Dividing Range . Because of the endless hairpin turns , and frequent unsealed sections of road , these opportunities are best tackled with a 4WD and all-terrain camper trailer or tent .
One of the most interesting routes climbs beside Victoria ’ s Snowy River National Park , and at the New South Wales border , along the southern boundary of Kosciuszko National Park , it becomes the Barry Way , continuing on to Jindabyne . It is what you see along the way that makes this such an attractive option .
Brushtail possums
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