Nine Mile Beach Camping east coast tasmania

Please note camping is no longer encoraged at this site. Nine Mile Beach is located on the East Coast of Tasmania and is one of the longer beaches in the area at 13 km long. It stretches from Sandy Point Bagot to the mouth of the Meredith River. Nine Mile Beach faces due south to Great Oyster Bay and typically receives low swell waves averaging app. 1 m. During periods of higher swell rips cut across the bar, and can persist for several weeks. Please note that camping is only possible at Point Bagot. The western end of the beach borders Swansea, with much of the beach part of the Dolphin Sands subdivision. The Dolphin Sands access road runs the length of the beach to Point Bagot; there are public beach access points spaced app. 1km apart along the road. Swansea is a coastal seaside village popular during summer months and school holidays. It has shops, a supermarket, bakery, online access centre and is a major tourist destination on Tassie's East Coast.

tent campingtoiletswalking trailstake own rubbishpicnic tablebarbecue facilitiesdogsparkingfishingdiving
take own foodmountain bikingsailingkayaking
  •  Free
  • NO
  • NO
  • maximum stay
  • NA
  • Powered sites
  • NO
  • NO
  • Contact No.
  • (03) 6256 7000
  • Fresh Water
  • NO
  • Dogs Allowed
  • NO
  • National Park
  • YES

Nine Mile Beach Tasmania

A little further south you will find the Mayfield Bay free camping area Swansea you will find the convict built Spiky Bridge. This unusual looking bridge was built in the 1840s by a convict road gang.

See also:

  • Camping St Helens
  • Camping Bay Of Fires
  • Camping Tevelien Falls
  • Camping Douglas Apsley National Park
  • Camping Freycinet National Park
  • Camping Wineglass Bay