wayatinah Camping Ouse tarraleah fishing highlands

You will find the Wayatinah Campground by turning off the A10 Highway, app. 13 kilometres south of the southern Tarraleah access road. Travel along this road for a distance of 1.4 kilometres. Camping is available for a reasonable fee at the Wayatinah Caravan Park, which is set n the shores of Wayatinah Lagoon. The Wayatinah Lakeside Caravan Park is located in the central highlands of Tasmania midway between Ouse and Tarraleah and is surrounded by native bush. It offers 50 campsites, 12 of them are powered sites. Platypus and waterbirds can often be viewed around the lake and other native Australian wildlife often emerge from the bush at dusk or dawn. Wildflowers are abundant and pretty in spring and summer; the campground at Wayatinah is well-grassed, large and offers excellent space and privacy.

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  •  FROM
    $10 p/n
    $5 p/n
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • maximum stay
  • NO
  • Powered sites
  • Yes (+$5 p/n)
  • Yes
  • Contact No.
  • (03) 6289 3317
  • Fresh Water
  • Yes
  • Dogs Allowed
  • YES
  • National Park
  • NO

Accessible from A10, Lyell Highway.

Wayatinah Power Station is a hydro-electric power station on the Lower Derwent River in Tasmania. It has three turbines, with a combined generating capacity of 38.25 MW of electricity. Wayatinah was commissioned in 1957.

See also:

  • Camping Bradys Lake
  • Camping Butlers Gorge
  • Camping Lake King William
  • Laughing Jack Lagoon Camping
  • Free Camping Bronte Lagoon
  • Camping Tungatinah Power Station
  • Lake Binney Camping
  • Woods Lake Camping
  • Camping Little Pine Lagoon
  • Camping Lake Repulse