YELLOW BEACH Campground flinders island

The campsite Yellow Beach Coastal Reserve, Flinders Island Tasmania Australia is accessed off Potboil Road, app. 2 kilometres east of the small Flinders Island township of Lady Barron. This is an overnight camping only at Yellow Beach, Lady Barron. Bookings are not possible; camping is on a first come, first served basis. You can call and check availability with the Flinders Island Parks and Wildlife Service (03 6359 2217) There are several campsites, a shaded free gas BBQ, shelter, picnic tables, water, toilets and a shower at Yellow Beach. This campground is Ideal for groups, and the carpark can accommodate app. 20 vehicles. The viewing platform is an ideal location to view the islands of Franklin Sound including Big Green, Vansittart, Big Dog, Little Dog and Cape Barren or west towards Lady Barron Wharf. You can take the Yellow Beach walk, which is app. 3.5 km return which takes you along the coast back towards the boat slip and Lady Barron. For campers wishing to freshen up during their stay or to prepare for the flight home, the Furneaux Tavern 03 6359 3521 provide facilities at a small charge. When camping on Flinders Island, campers are asked to take care not to pollute any local water systems and to be careful when drinking water from streams. Flinders Island can be accessed by air from Launceston with Sharp Airlines or Essendon across Bass strait with Airlines of Tasmania.

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CAMPSITE DETAILS
  • COSTS
    ADULT
    CHILDREN
    FAMILY
  •  
    NIL
    NIL
    NIL
  • BOOKINGS
  • NO
  • AMENITIES
  • YES
  • maximum stay
  • 24-hours
  • Powered sites
  • NO
  • RANGER ON SITE
  • Available
  • Contact No.
  • 1-800 994 477
  • Fresh Water
  • YES
  • Dogs Allowed
  • ON lEADS
  • National Park
  • NO

Camping Flinders Island

Campers on Flinders Island are asked to take care when lighting fires. Fuel stoves should be carried and used. In summer seek out fire restrictions from the local ranger. Keep any fires to a minimum using only dead and fallen wood. Always ensure that your fire is fully extinguished before leaving your campsite

See also:

  • Allports Settlement Point Camping
  • North East River Campground
  • Camping Flinders Island