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Weekends away for under $200

The cost of living might be biting at the moment, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up the joy of a weekend away. Waking up somewhere new to explore is still within reach, you just need the insider info on the right spot to head to without dipping too far into the savings account.    Here are six short nature breaks in NSW to suit every getaway vibe. The best bit? The bill comes in at under $200* every time.  

Family camping, The Ruins campground, Booti Booti National Park. Photo credit: John Spencer/DPE
Photo Information Booti Booti National Park John Spencer/DPE, 2019

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