Camping On Bruny Island south Bruny jetty campground

No camping charges, campsites cannot be booked. Cloudy Bay and Jetty Beach The Pines on Cloudy Bay Road is only very small and only has a pit toilet. Jetty Beach, Cape Bruny has 2 pit toilets, non-treated tank water (seasonal only), picnic area with shelter, no firewood and safe swimming for children. Boat launch from beach. Caravan access is available. The Neck Reserve is not within the national park; no entry fees or camping charges. Pit toilet Day use shelter Open fireplace No firewood supplied Non-treated tank water (seasonal only). Caravan access is available. There is a 6 hr bushwalking circuit walk around Labillardiere Peninsula that starts from this campsite at South Bruny Island. Australia’s second oldest lighthouse is at Cape Bruny, 3 km south of this campground. This campsite gives you access to the spectacular coastal national park, taking in southern Bruny Island’s rugged shoreline and parts of the hinterland from Fluted Cape to Great Taylors Bay. Here you will see imposing dolerite sea cliffs and windswept heaths but also superb beaches and sheltered coves. This is a major reason why campers flock to this campsite. Please note that in summer, the camping areas are popular with campers and day visitors who come to fish, swim, surf and sunbake. Gas/fuel stoves are recommended - there is no water or firewood available.

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CAMPSITE DETAILS
  • COSTS
    ADULT
    CHILDREN
    FAMILY
  •  
    NIL
    NIL
    NIL
  • BOOKINGS
  • NO
  • AMENETIES
  • Limited
  • maximum stay
  • NA
  • Powered sites
  • NO
  • RANGER ON SITE
  • Available
  • Contact No.
  • (03) 6293 1419
  • Fresh Water
  • NO
  • Dogs Allowed
  • NO
  • National Park
  • YES

Bruny Island, Tasmania Australia

Bruny Island is a popular place to bushwalk and camp. South of the neck it is quite mountainous in parts and there are several excellent bushwalk. There is a loop walk from these camping ground that takes the walker right around the southern cape, past Partridge Island and along some great beaches. It takes on average app. 6 hours to complete the loop although to truly experience this magic area, allow up to 7 or 8 hours.

See also:

  • Camping Tahune Forest Reserve
  • Camping Gilhams Beach
  • Camping Cockle Creek
  • Finns Beach Campground

  • Camping Esperance
  • Camping Arve River