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Camping Directory Tasmania

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Mount Field National Park Camping

There is camping with powered and unpowered sites at the entrance to the Mt. Field national Park, as well as the Government owned Lake Dobson cabins near the end of the access road within the Park.

Several private ski and bushwalking clubs have private huts, and a ski-lodge on the ski slopes has limited accommodation during the skiing season.

Beside the Visitor Centre there are picnic and barbecue facilities, as well as a playground and public toilets.

Mt Field National Park is a favourite loved by visitors and locals alike. The park offers a wide variety of attractions, things to do, scenic features and wildlife.

It has a diverse range of vegetation ranging from tall swamp gum forests and massive tree ferns at the base of the mountain, through rainforest near Lake Dobson to alpine vegetation at the higher elevations.

Lonely Planet has named Tasmania’s Bay of Fires as the best destination for 2009. Rated number one in the guidebook‘s ‘10 Must-See Regions for 2009′, Tasmania’s Bay of Fires is listed a secret, untapped holiday destination

It is amazing to think that anyone can actually camp for free in this area!

Within the Bay of Fires Conservation Area, there are a alrge number of free camping areas with most overlooking the beach. As the area is a conservation area, as opposed to a national park, dogs are allowed.

Wineglass Bay features on of Tasmania's best, if not the best, beaches being a crescent moon shape. It is consistently rated as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world by independent reviewers. It is located on the Freycinet Peninsula, app. 3 hours drive from Hobart. Its' sparkling sand and turquoise water is the playground of dolphin and whales on their seasonal migratory trails along the East Coast of Tasmania


Green Point Beach has been voted one of the 3 best surfing beaches in Australia and is located just 2 kilometres from Marrawah. It has a small camping area. The Marrawah area is famous for the huge ocean swells which have made this area one of the world's best locations for big wave surfing, sought out by surfers from across the globe.

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