Best Camping Tasmania

Best Campsites Tasmania

When you decide to go Camping in Tasmania, you are spoilt for choice. You can choose to camp near amazing beaches, in Tassie’s amazing National Parks, in fabulous family friendly caravan parks with full facilities, in remote bush camps as part of bushwalking in Tassie, or near any amount of amazing lakes in the Central Highlands of Tasmania where the trout fishing is amazing. If you are into glamorous camping (Glamping), we have you covered. Or, if being alone and roughing it is your thing, that’s fine – we have options as well. to suit campers who like to be off-grid and fully self-sufficient.  With ancient native forest reserves, spectacular national parks and long winding rivers, sun-drenched beaches and mountain parks, Tassie offer a  stunning array of places to camp across Tasmania. Camping in Tasmania is extremely popular during Summer, with locals flocking to the best campsites in mid-December and staying for as long as the local rules allow. If you are visiting from the mainland or overseas, please don’t expect to come to Tasmania on Christmas eve and get a prime waterfront campsite at the Bay of Fires or Wineglass Bay – it won’t happen and you’ll be left very disappointed!

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Budget 12-night Camping Trip Tasmania

Budget 12-Night Camping Holiday Tasmania There are many incorrect assumptions about holidays in Tasmania. You only need a few days, it’s too cold, it rains all the time, there’s nothing to see and our favourite – you ‘don’t need to book‘. WRONG – unless you are travelling in the middle of Winter to a more […]

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Camping Lake Pedder

Camping Lake Pedder Lake Pedder is located in Southwest Tasmania in the Southwest National Park. To access Lake Pedder, you take a good sealed road and travel some 150 kilometres west of Hobart. Lake Pedder is app. 90 km from Mt Field National Park. Lake Pedder is in Tasmania’s wild southwest wilderness and ringed with […]

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Budget 12-night Camping Trip Tasmania

Budget 12-Night Camping Holiday Tasmania Camping South Bruny Island (no bookings, small overnight fee) South Bruny National Park is a popular location for campers, with sites providing easy access to swimming, fishing and water activities, together with stunning coastal walks, and beach exploration. There are 2 separate sites at Cloudy Bay – The Pines on Cloudy […]

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Budget 12-night Camping Trip Tasmania

Budget 12-Night Camping Holiday Tasmania Chain of Lagoons Camping (no bookings, small overnight fee) Lagoons Beach Camping area is a very popular campground on the Chain of Lagoons, and located 20-minutes north of Bicheno and close to St Helens and St Marys. This large campground is located next to a beautiful beach where you can fish […]

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Budget 12-night Camping Trip Tasmania

Budget 12-Night Camping Holiday Tasmania Black River Campground (no bookings, small overnight fee) ​The campgrounds at Black River are attractive, and have facilities basic – there are no powered sites. Black River campground has pit toilets and a hybrid toilet. Nearby Peggs Beach campground has flushing toilets. There is no safe drinking water at either […]

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10 Best Free Dog Friendly Camping Tasmania

10 Best Dog Friendly Camping Tasmania Many people love to take their dog camping with them, but this isn’t always possible for a variety of reasons. For example, dogs are not allowed in Tasmania’s National Parks so pooch will have to stay home if you plan on camping in one of Tasmania’s amazing National Parks. […]

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