Camping Stumpys Bay Number 1 Mt William national park

Stumpys Bay campsites are located on Tasmania's beautiful far North East (close to Bay of Fires Camping) The National Park boasts beautifil beaches, fishing opportunities diving, beach walks and swimming with care. It is common to see native wildlife at dawn and dusk including the awesome Forester Kangaroo. To access the North of the Mt William National Park, travel on the C845 road. From the small town of Gladstone, travel along the C843 in an easterly direction for 8 kilometres, before turning onto the C845 where you will travel for another 40 kilometres to the Anson's Bay Road. You then head West for 19 kilometres on the C845. Stumpys Bay Camping Area number 1 is accessed via signposts off the C845 road, 8 kilometres north of the National Park. You need to register at the self-registration booth, then just over 2 kilometres east you will find an open campsite with only limited shade. It is recommended you carry a gas / fuel stove; you must also carry your own firewood. Campgrounds in this area have narrow access tracks are not suitable for large caravans, campervans and motorhomes as vehicles may be seriously due to limited space and large overhanging tree branches. Small to medium sized caravans and motorhomes can be accommodated at Stumpys 1, Stumpys 3, Stumpys 4 but not Stumpys No. 2. This campground is suited to tent and campertrailer-based camping only. No bookings are possible. Picnic tables and basic pit toilets are provided at all sites. Day shelter with gas barbecues can be found at Stumpys Bay No 4 only.
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CAMPSITE DETAILS
  • COSTS
    ADULT
    CHILDREN
    FAMILY
  •  
    $13 for 2
    $2.50
    $16.00
  • BOOKINGS
  • NO
  • AMENETIES
  • Limited
  • maximum stay
  • 4-weeks
  • Powered sites
  • NO
  • RANGER ON SITE
  • NO
  • Contact No.
  • 03 6387 5510
  • Dogs Allowed
  • NO
  • National Park
  • YES


DOGS on leads at all times.

The Southern end of the Mt William National Park is where you will find the Eddystone Point Lighthouse, a must see attraction on this potentially rugged part of the North East tip of Tassie. The Mt William National Park Bay camping area offers a number of open sites, and also some with shelter. There is a boat ramp in the area, campgrounds are suitable for motorhomes,campervans and caravans. Existing fire sites must be used. Bring own water & firewood.

  • Bay Of Fires Camping
  • Mt William National Park
  • Camping Ringarooma Bay
  • Stumpys Bay Campsite 2
  • Stumpys Bay Campsite 3
  • Stumpys Bay Campsite 4
  • Deep Creek Camping Area