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Five things you never knew about the Gascoyne Murchison

Mount Augustus, or Burringurrah, as it is known by the local Wajarri people, is the world’s biggest rock. The granite rock that lies beneath Mount Augustus is 1,650 million years old. This makes it twice the size of Uluru and considerably older. This stunning formation changes colour depending on the time of day and is a favourite with campers and photographers alike.
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Free camping spots in Esperance

Fancy heading down to Esperance but a bit short on cash? No worries! Just pack up the swag and hit up these awesome free camping spots. Fill up your eski and get back to basics! Just remember these sites are very basic, so you need to come fully prepared with your own power, water, and food.
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Camping along Gunbarrel Hwy near Wiluna

Free camping spots in the Gascoyne Murchison

Whether you’re trying to holiday on a budget, or just love falling asleep under the stars, free camping spots are one of our favourite things about hitting the open road. The Gascoyne Murchison region is rich with rugged history and natural beauty, and it’s a 4WD dream come true! Time to pack up the car, swag or camper and head North on an epic adventure. Here are the best free camping spots in the Gascoyne Murchison region.
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