Camping Tasmania Blog

Camping Tasmania Blog

Welcome to the Camping Tasmania blog posts, where we regularly provide updates on all things camping in Tasmania. Read about the best places to camp, the best wheelchair-friendly campgrounds, where you can take your dogs, sample camping itineraries Tasmania and much more.

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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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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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Wheelchair Friendly Camping Tasmania

Wheelchair Friendly Camping Tasmania Increasingly Tasmanian accommodation providers are equipping their facilities to cater for people with disabilities and their carers, both to meet demand and to comply with all relevant state and federal legislation. Camping, by its very nature, can present challenges and difficulties for persons in a wheelchair. However, there are some great […]

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Glamping Tasmania

Glamping Tasmania Glamping Tasmania, or glamorous camping, even luxury camping is as the name suggests – camping but with all the creature comforts of home. Glamping is designed for people who want to experience camping or who love the idea of camping and getting back to nature but aren’t excited by the idea of sleeping […]

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10 Best Free Campgrounds Tasmania

10 Best Free Campgrounds Tasmania OK, so narrowing down our top 10 Campgrounds in Tassie is no easy feat! In Tasmania, we are spoilt for choice when it comes to great free camping options – in this instance, we refer to free camping as being places you can camp at NO COST. For people who […]

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Camping Bay of Fires

Camping Bay of Fires Without doubt, Bay of Fires is one of the most beautiful camping locations in Tasmania where you can camp for absolutely no charge for up tp 4-weeks. For many years, savvy Tasmanians have flocked to the Bay of Fires over Christmas, Easter, long-weekends and on school holidays to soak up the […]

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Camping Tasmania New Website

CAMPING TASMANIA Welcome to the new look Camping Tasmania website, with improved search facilities and easier to navigate layout. You can search by campground or caravan park, by location, postcode or type of campground. You can also search by a Map of Tasmania. We hope you enjoy our website, and camping in Tasmania. Popular Featured […]

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Myrtle Park Campground

For fans of the Myrtle Park campground, the good news the park is reopening this month on October 22. Overnight camping fees have been set at $20 per night per site, up to a maximum of 10 people – the same price as last year. The timing is great with Myrtle Park set to reopen […]

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Private Camping Tasmania

The following are part of a growing list of private camping options in Tasmania –  they are continually growing in size and popularity. Kimberley Cottage Campground, Kimberley Tasmania – fully self-contained campers only (permanently closed) Cherry Top Camping Lilydale Tasmania – tent camping, self-contained vans LAT 41 SOUTH – Retreat Upper Esk Tasmania – Colebrook […]

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