Cockle Creek Camping southern tasmania

Several camping grounds, pit toilets only and no water or firewood. Located at Recherche Bay Nature Recreation area, just before the Cockle Creek bridge. Access to tank water (not treated) is permitted. National park entry fees apply beyond the Cockle Creek Bridge. No dogs, generators or fires permitted inside the national park section of Cockle Creek, but OK in the Recherche Bay Nature Recreation Area. Small campsites, plus a larger one at Boltons Green. have pit toilets. You will need to take your own drinking water. National park passes available Hobart, Huonville Parks Office Forest and Heritage Centre, Geeveston or Hastings Caves Visitor Centre. Road to Cockle Creek is often rough in places. Caravan access is possible with extreme care. The Recherche Bay series of camping areas begin app. 8 kilometres North of Cockle Creek at the end of the road; which interestingly is the most southern point of any formed road on the planet! As you pass through the Recherche Bay area you will find lots of camping areas on the right hand side of the road. Each area has a pit toilet, fireplaces, but no other facilities so make sure you take your own firewood and water.

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  • NO
  • Limited
  • maximum stay
  • 3-weeks
  • Powered sites
  • NO
  • Available
  • Contact No.
  • 03 6121 7031
  • Fresh Water
  • NO
  • Dogs Allowed
  • ON lEADS
  • National Park
  • NO

870 Cockle Creek Road, Cockle Creek

Huonville is the last major shopping centre where you will find large supermarkets. It is recommended that you pick up any supplies you will require whilst passing through Hunonville. Huonville is 38 kilometres south of Hobart, and 85 kilometres before Cockle Creek.

See also:

  • Camping Tahune Forest Reserve
  • Camping Gilhams Beach
  • Finns Beach Campground