Absolutely! CamperMate is translated into English, German, French and Chinese. If your phone is set to any of those languages, the app will automatically show in that language. Or to view the app in another language just change your phone settings. Too easy.
Because we want you to have a safe and wicked travel experience. Having your location services on means we can send you road warnings (in NSW and QLD). Plus, you’ll also get access to the best deals in your area – who doesn’t like a bargain on the road?
Yes, please do. CamperMate’s packed full of good places travellers have shared with us over years and our database is growing everyday. If you stumble across a stupendous spot, upload it so others can find it too. Or if you enjoyed staying somewhere or had an amazing experience then leave a comment on the page for other travellers. We’ve made a short video to show you how easy it is to add to CamperMate:
All submissions are reviewed by our team so cursing trolls won’t make it through.
They sure are. Downloading our maps means you can look for things on the app and plan your journey when you’re offline. If you don’t have the maps downloaded and go offline the icons are visible but the map looks blurry, which is not what you need. We update our information daily so connect the app to WiFi as often so you can so you know you’re looking at the latest stuff.
Yes, we like to take care of the travelling fur babies! Look for a dog icon in the description of campgrounds. Or tap on the ‘Pets Welcome’ filter when you’re searching for somewhere to sleep across all accommodation, campgrounds (both self contained and non self contained) and then you know everyone’s welcome once you get there. We have a bunch more Q&As on the app but if you’re got a burning question then please get in touch.
That said, ultimately, it’s up to the owner’s discretion when it comes to pets.