Reward Points for Travelling Australia

Who doesn’t like saving money or getting some sort of value for spending their hard earnt dollars? In less than a month, we will be hitting the road full-time and I have looked at ways we can save a buck here or there.

We plan to free camp as much as possible to save money. In the larger towns, we will stay in Caravan Parks plus we will need to do some laundry from time to time!

Many of the Caravan Parks belong to chains and they offer lots of discounts and freebies. You often need to pay for a membership card but if you are travelling enough you will make your money back.

Now lets get stuck into the deals on offer.

G’day Rewards

G’day Rewards have 280 parks nationally in some of the most amazing locations. The more often you stay the more benefits you unlock. They also have an app which makes it easy to find Caravan Parks plus you can book via the app.

Below are some of the benefits you can receive when you join G’day Rewards.

  • $50 for two year membership.
  • 10% discount up to $50 per stay.
  • Free bag of ice.
  • Free early check in.
  • Free late check out.
  • Free hire of park equipment.
  • Discount on fuel at Shell Coles Express. Save 6c per litre as an introductory offer and then 4c per litre after that.

Big 4 Holiday Parks

Big 4 Holiday Parks have been around since 1979 and they are well known in Australia. They have 183 parks across the country and the parks are modern with a wide variety of amenities.

  • $50 for two year membership.
  • 10% discount up to $50 per stay.
  • Exclusive in-park perks such as early/late check out and free wi-fi.
  • Discounts with other brands such as Apollo Motor Homes and Britz Campervans.
  • Member savings on holiday attractions.
  • Early access to holiday offers.

Travel Australia With Kids

Travelling with Kids can get expensive. So many parks charge extra for your little ankle biters and it all adds up. Travel Australia with Kids have partnered with numerous Caravan Parks all over Australia. The deals vary from from Caravan Park to Caravan Park and they are always adding more partners to their long list of supporters. You can buy a Travel Australia with Kids card here.

  • $40 for a life time membership.
  • At least 2 nights free camping for kids.
  • Discounts on attractions around Australia.
  • Discounts on goods and services that help you when Travelling Australia with Kids.
  • Each month you get an email with a list of parks that are part of TAWK.


If you are travelling Australia I am sure you are going to have road side assistance. Even if you don’t have road side assist you can purchase home, car or caravan insurance with the RAC and this entitles you to a reduced rate at RAC Caravan Parks. There is also a huge range of discounts at local attractions and services.

  • Automatic Membership once you purchase a RAC product.
  • Up to 20% off accommodation at RAC Parks.
  • Discounts at over 500 stores and partners.
  • Discounts on Parks and Wildlife National Park Pass.

BP Rewards

Pick up a card at any BP, register your card online and you are ready to roll! Alternatively you can download their app. While you are travelling Oz you are going to need fuel so you may well join up and get the benefits. Every dollar counts!

  • Free to join.
  • Get 2 points per litre when you purchase BP Ultimate Unleaded.
  • Get 1 point per litre on all other fuel.
  • Get 1 point for every dollar spent in the shop.
  • 500 points gets you $5.00 off at BP.
  • Instead of a cash discount you can get a David Jones eGift Card.

Travel safe and who knows I might see you on the road!

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9 thoughts on “Reward Points for Travelling Australia

  1. I love initiatives such as these – especially at the moment. We’ve just had a ballot up here specifically for FNQ – to get up to half price (up to $200) off some attractions and tours. Sadly, I missed out on the ballot (even though I was travelling up there) but it can be the difference between a family choosing to do an extra tour or eat out somewhere or help out another tourist business while still staying within their travel budget.


  2. I think “local” travel has become one of benefits of closed borders (obviously the other one is pretty much no covid here). I think people sometimes got too obsessed with the ‘exotic’ and forgot to enjoy the general YAY of being somewhere different.


  3. We have RACV Total care, I think all of the auto clubs have it. For a little more than the regular membership if you have a breakdown they will pay your accommodation or get you home. Once in Rockhampton they paid our Accom while we waited 10 days for a small part to be sent up from Melbourne. When we blew an engine in Murray Bridge they popped us into a sporty little Merc and the car and van onto a tow truck and we all went home in comfort. The only thing they didn’t replace was the holiday we’d planned. That’s peace of mind. With holiday parks we carry all the discount cards and they are worthwhile. Over here in the east the NRMA have been snapping up a lot of caravan parks, really nice parks so when they offered a $30 discount voucher we took it. When it was time to renew the price had gone up to the usual $60 but we had to say yes when we realised that we had saved $120 last year by using the card. Travel safe!


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