National park entry fees apply, except for Lime Bay Contact: Parks and Wildlife Service - Seven Mile Beach +61 3 6214 8100 For bookings and information please contact Fortescue Bay on-site caretaker directly on telephone/fax (03) 6250 2433 or email Fortescue.Bay@parks.tas.gov.au Office is often unmanned during the day Fortescue Bay is a secluded bay on the Tasman Peninsula in the Tasman National Park. Visitors to the region will experience spectacular coastal scenery with rugged cliff edges and bushwalks. You can fish, go boating, dive, and snorkel in the calm waters. Nearby are pristine beaches pounded by wild surf, wonderful coastal walks, and fascinating convict ruins at Port Arthur. There are 41 campsites in total at Fortescue Bay; the campground area has been developed mainly for tent camping but with provision for a small number of campervans. There are clean toilets, fresh cold water, and fireplaces with firewood for sale. There are gas barbeques in the day-use area. At Mills campground you can drive your vehicle to your campsite; the walk to the beach is app. 400m. Banksia Campground has bollards around the camping area, meaning you need to park your car and carry your equipment to your allocated campsite. There are a few sites allocated to caravans and campervans - Banksia campground does not have views of the Bay but is also only a short distance to the beach. Gas barbecue in the day-use area. National parks pass available from the caretaker, 24-hour park passes are available at the self-registration box near the campground information board. Caravan access is available.
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