Tasmania is the perfect location to go camping or explore in a campervan, motorhome, caravan or tent. And with Coronavirus restrictions slowly being lifted and borders hopefully starting to open again, it’s time to plan your Tassie camping holiday. About 40% of Tasmania, the island state of Australia, is protected as national parks and reserves and across the state there are in excess of 50 caravan parks. Any time of the year, it’s time to dust off the tent, air the sleeping bags and make sure the 4WD is serviced and the gas bottle full. You can choose from campgrounds provided by commercial operators or formal, and informal free campsites in Tasmania and little-known gems. Formal campsites are those within National Parks and in Forest Reserves managed by Forestry Tasmania or Hydro Tasmania. Informal campsites are marked as such and you need to check on usage requirements at each site, as they will vary depending upon your exact location. Take care in summer when camping in Tasmania, bushfires can be unpredictable and expose you to danger very quickly. Click here for featured camping Tasmania – Bay Of Fires Free Camping Click for Campground Listing Tasmania Please note the popular campground Boat Harbour has now been closed. Private Camping Tasmania is also becoming increasingly popular, check our list of properties across the state that offer private camping and our guide to Camping Flinders Island.
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This website is designed to assist you with your camping holiday in Tasmania, from pitching a tent in one of the numerous campgrounds in Tasmania to roughing it off the beaten track while bushwalking in Tasmania. Click for Surfing Diving Tasmania
Camping Summer Tasmania
Without a doubt, summer is the most popular time to go camping in Tasmania, followed by Autumn and Spring. The weather is warmer, and generally more settled during summer, and thus the reason more people than ever are camping in Tassie in Summer.
Camping in State Forests
Camping is welcomed and encouraged in many areas of Tasmania’s State forest and has always been a very popular activity for people of all ages, both visitors and Tasmanians alike including backpackers Tasmania.
Protect our environment
When you do choose to camp in Tasmania, please always take your rubbish with you or place in the bins where they are provided. This protects Tassie’s unique wildlife and habitat for others to also enjoy.
Tasmania is arguably one of the easiest and best suited destinations in Australia to camp or explore in car rental tasmania, campervan, motorhome or caravan. App. 40 per cent of the island state of Tasmania is protected for national parks and reserves and there are more than 50 caravan parks scattered across the state, including at major destinations such as Cradle Mountain, Port Arthur and the Freycinet National Park. Please be careful on days of Total Fire Bans in Tasmania. If camping in areas at risk of bushfire, carry a radio and stay tuned to local ABC radio. Before heading our camping, check the Fire Tasmania website for any fires in the area. Similarly, during Winter camping in Tasmania can be challenging with extreme temperature shifts not uncommon in more elevated and remote regions. Always be prepared when Camping in Tasmania. Campfires are generally allowed in most areas at most times, but please take care, especially in Summer in times of high fire danger. If bushwalking in alpine areas or rainforest, please use a fuel stove to protect the fragile environment. These areas cope poorly with fire, and wood is often difficult to find and wet. Click here to read a Guide To Camping Easter Tasmania. Click here for Camping Tasmania Survival Guide See 21 Day Free Camping Itinerary Tasmania