The Bivouac Camp Cape Hauy in the Tasman National Park near Port Arthur in South East Tasmania is located at the end of the spectacular Bivouac Bay walk. Access to the Bivouac Camp Cape Hauy campground is by foot only, either via a two hour walk from the popular Fortescue Bay campground, or via a six hour walk along the Tasman Coastal Trail from Devils Kitchen. To camp at the Bivouac campground, you must be fully self-sufficient and carry your own food and a fuel sttove. Campers are spoilt for bushwalking and exploration opportunities whilst staying within the Tasman National Park - bushwalking enthusiasts have the opportunity to tackle some of Tasmania's best bushwalking tracks such as Three Capes Track, Cape Hauy Track, Cape Raoul and many more. To reach Fortescue Bay from Eaglehawk Neck, drive on the A9 towards Port Arthur until you reach the junction with C344. Follow the C344 until you reach Fortescue Bay, being a 12km drive along an unsealed road but is suitable for 2WD vehicles and mountain bikes. Take extra care if towing vehicles, delivery trucks and tour buses - keep to the left of the road, particularly on blind corners.
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