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How To Book Campsites Tasmania


The Camping Tasmania website is not a booking service.

Throughout the site you will find some campgrounds that contain a telephone number where you can either call to book or obtain further information. For other camp grounds, the information contained on the page will advise whether campsites can be booked or not, or whether there are charges.


Many campsites in Tasmania are free, however campsites can't be booked and are not guaranteed. As camping in Tasmania is very popular, you may be disappointed to turn up to a camping area and find it fully booked. This is particularly the case during school holidays, long weekends, Easter and during the Summer period from December through until the end of March and into April depending upon when Easter falls.

Some of the more popular campgrounds include:

Where a telephone number is listed, it is recommended that you call well advance to enquire about camping availability.


Quick Accommodation Links

Accommodation Hobart

Accommodation Launceston

Accommodation Cradle Mountain

Accommodation Strahan

Accommodation Richmond

Accommodation Port Arthur

Accommodation Grindelwald


Tasmania is a natural island comprising dramatic coastlines, rugged mountain ranges, old growth native forests and abundant highland lakes brimming with wild trout. Over a1/3 of Tasmania is reserved in a network of National Parks and the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, a refuge and habitat for rare plants and animals, including survivors of the ancient southern super continent, Gondwana.

  • The population of Tasmania is just over 500,00 with the major population centres being Hobart (the capital city with over 200,000 people) Launceston (100,000+) Burnie (app. 20,000) and Devonport (25,000+)
  • Tasmania has more than 2000 km of walking tracks and 18 national parks
  • The Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area covers 1.38 million hectares.
  • Hobart has the nation’s second-lowest rainfall (625 mm) of all Australian capital cities.
  • The average summer temperature is a comfortable 21°C ; Winter’s average is 12°C
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