Budget 12-night Camping Trip Tasmania
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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 or simply walk to enjoy this magnificent part of Tasmania.  There are large camping areas suitable for all sorts of camping (caravans, motorhomes, campervans, tents) but avoid over Christmas, school holidays, and Easter as they fill fast, and to overflowing. Drop toilets are available. 

  1. No cost
  2. Basic facilities
  3. No bookings
  4. Suitable tents, caravans, campervans
  5. Next to beach
  6. Very busy / popular (one of Tasmania’s most popular campgrounds)

Video Lagoon Beach Campground


  1.  Friendly Beaches
  2. River Rocks Campground
  3. Camping Mayfield Reserve
  1. Lime Bay Campground (no bookings, small overnight fee)

This is a brilliant, and very popular campground located in the South East of Tasmania near the Port Arthur Historic site. There are very few ‘free’ campgrounds in this area, being a primary reasons why this site is so popular. The other reason is that it is close to a lovely beach, has great views and is generally flat and set amongst native trees. The well-shaded campsites are suitable for tents, campervans, motorhomes and caravans – sites are not numbered. Facilities include four pump-flush toilets and camp fireplaces – fire restrictions are common in Summer, meaning fuel stoves are recommended for cooking. Generators are permitted but must be switched off by 10pm. All other noise, including music, must also stop completely by 10pm.

Low cost

  1. Good but basic facilities
  2. No powered sites
  3. No bookings, small fee
  4. Suitable tents, caravans, campervans
  5. Close to Port Arthur, Eaglehawk Neck
  1. Caravan Parks Hobart (book at least 30 days in advance during peak periods.)

Tasmanian caravan parks are also known as tourist or holiday parks (motor camps / RV parks to North American visitors) and usually provide onsite self-contained cabin facilities suitable for families, with many having swimming pools, tennis courts, games room, children’s playground, campers kitchen, laundry facilities and sometimes an on-site restaurant, cafe, or shop.

Treat yourself to a night in Hobart to explore everything it has to offer, including great food choices. There are NO free or even low-cost campgrounds remotely close to Hobart, so book a powered or non-powered site and take advantage of the facilities in a park. Chose from caravan parks at Hobart Airport, Cambridge, Richmond, Hobart Showgrounds, New Norfolk or Elwick.

Free 12 night camping itinerary Tasmania

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