For all those adventurers, you’ll have to check out Lorella Springs in Northern Australia. This million acre property has everything you’d want when it comes to camping, fishing, safari tours, and of course hot springs.
Although this is a privately owned property, anyone can come and explore the vast outback and enjoy everything that makes Australia so great. Lorella Springs provides seclusion as well and several sections allow nudists to enjoy the hot springs and campground care free. If that isn’t up your alley, you can can either enjoy the outdoors in your tent or allow the park to pamper you with accommodations such as safari tents or cabins.
Lorella Hot Springs
There are many natural hot and cold springs to enjoy all throughout the property. All said and done there are 80 different springs you can try which include waterfalls and deep pools. Take off those bathing suites and enjoy a naked relaxing and rejuvenating day under the sun. The thermal springs are checked often to make sure they stay crocodile free, but if you are looking for wildlife you can venture out into the wilderness and see local Australian animals roaming the outback.
Touring Lorella Springs Wilderness Park may take you a week if you want to do everything available. Some of the more popular attractions are:
– Hot Springs
– 4WD (either on your on own or through their tours) through Billabong Loop
– Climbing Tawallah Range to get the most scenic views available
– Enjoying the beach and either tan under the sun or get in the water and try to catch some crabs for dinner
There is a main campground area that has community campfires, showers, and toilets to make your stay enjoyable. People from all over the world get together at night to share stories and enjoy some festivities.
Clothing optional thermal springs are available in the park. If you enjoy the ‘naked’ life, nudists come to Lorella Springs to enjoy a great relaxing time and hang out with other community care free people. A second thermal springs has been opened recently for nudists to enjoy and several camp sections do allow you to be naked and free. Signs are posted around the area and do ask to respect the privacy of campers.