Camping St Marys East Coast Tasmania lagoons beach

The free camping area Lagoons Beach Conservation Area, St Marys East Coast Tasmania is situated east of the township of St Marys and North on the A4 Highway. Visitors to reserves on Tasmania's East Coast can enjoy a range of activities including bushwalking, swimming, fishing, boating and camping. Horse riding is permitted in some areas and a 4WD area has been set aside at Peron Dunes. Campsites vary from those with amenities to secluded natural sites. Boat ramps, picnic tables and fireplaces are provided at various locations. This coastal location offers visitors to the area opportunities for fishing, swimming and other water sports. The camping area is set amongst native flora setting shaded by eucalypts. There is a 4 week camping time limit and only basic toilet facilities. This area offers one of the best surf fishing areas for the Australian Salmon, being plentiful in the 2+ kilogram range in this area. You will need to carry your own water and firewood.

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  •  Free
  • NO
  • Limited
  • maximum stay
  • NA
  • Powered sites
  • NO
  • Patrolled
  • Contact No.
  • (03) 6256 7000
  • Fresh Water
  • NO
  • Dogs Allowed
  • YES
  • National Park
  • NO

A3, Bicheno TAS 7215

This campsite is suitable for campervans, motorhomes, caravans. The Lagoons Beach free camping area St Marys is signposted from the A3 Highways. You will find access tracks 2 kilometres and 2.5 kilometres North of the A3 and A4 junctions. This free camping area offers spacious areas stretching for a total of 700 metres. There are both shaded and good grassed spots to choose from.

See also:

  • Camping St Helens
  • Camping Litle Beach
  • Camping Friendly Beaches
  • Camping River & Rocks Coles Bay
  • Camping Bay Of Fires
  • Camping Tevelien Falls
  • Camping Griffin Park
  • Camping Fingal
  • Camping Trout Creek