In the Budawangs there are lots of rock overhangs that are great for camping. But our name for it, 'cave camping', is rather misleading, as they're not really caves at all. In the Saxon Switzerland region at the south end of eastern Germany, which has very similar geology to the Budawangs, they have a specific word for cave camping: boofen (pronounced, I think, 'bor-fn'). I suggest we adopt this word!
So on the Australia Day long weekend we shall go boofen in the Budawangs. We drive down early Friday morning (Australia Day) to the Wog Wog entrance, then walk via Corang Arch to Burrumbeet or Bibbenluke. On Saturday we take a day trip to location depending on interest and weather (suggestions welcome). On Sunday we return to Wog Wog via the Corang River.
This trip is suitable for enthusiastic beginners. There will likely be some short sections of rock scrambling and bush bashing.
Last time I hiked in this area it didn't exactly go to plan. Actually I think it helped earn me a Swamp Monster Award. Let's hope for better weather this time!