Kombi Escapades from an Avid Camper

There are hundreds of places on the Sapphire Coast to use as base camp for days of adventures. For Harry Menrath of Mandeni, that means packing the esky into one of his beloved Kombis, hooking the tinny on and heading off to drop drop a line here and there. A fan of estuary fishing and bushwalking, the activities you can do at Harry’s favourite places are limited only by your imagination. Access to these Kombi-friendly campsites is easy.

Each are known for their friendly native wildlife – goannas, emus, possums and birds, but be sure to keep your pantry secure! It’s also a good idea when heading into National Parks and State Forests to check the weather, or call into one of the Visitor Information Centres to chat to a local about conditions before you leave.

Trail Map

To view an individual point of interest, click on a marker below and select 'more info'. From there you can step through the trail one point at a time. Download links for GPS devices and Google Earth can be found below.

If your GPS requires a specific format for map data, download the GPX file above and use an online converter such as GPS Visualiser to convert to a format appropriate for your GPS. Select 'Waypoints' as the type of GPS data you would like to convert.