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 Bay Road is a small site, ideal for surfers drawn to the waves and bushwalkers keen to explore the area. At the far end of Cloudy Bay, the Cloudy Corner site is larger, but only accessible to 4WD vehicles and requires a 3 km drive along the beach at low tide. No bookings possible – campsites are allocated on a first come, first served basis. Self-registration deposit boxes are situated at each campground, meaning you must carry cash to pay. A pay display kiosk is located at Jetty Beach for credit card payments.
Arve River Campground (no bookings, no fee)
If you have time left, our last recommended stay is ar Arve River campground. This is a great little campground located in the Tasmanian wilderness in the Hartz Mountains National Park, just outside the township of Geeveston. This camping area is best suited to tent-based camping, however, there is limited room for small caravans, campervans, rooftop tents, or camper trailers. There is water available from a tank on-site, and generally, there are small amounts of firewood available at the campsite most times. Please boil the water before drinking. The Hartz Mountains are twin mountains located in this area, some 55 kilometres southwest of Hobart.