Camping Scottsdale Tasmania north-east tassie

This free campground in Scottsdale Tasmania is provided by the local Council and provides easy access for cars, campervans, motorhomes and caravans. Has a waste dump for caravans and fresh drinking water. The camping grounds are set out in front of a well maintained garden park with small lakes and picnic areas. Scottsdale is located 90 kilometres from St Helens and 200 metres above sea level, Scottsdale is the major township in the mountains between Launceston and the east coast of Tasmania. Scottsdale is surrounded by hills and is very much a timber and farming town. Forestry Tasmania has offices in town; there is also mixed farming in the surrounding district. North East Park is situated within the Scottsdale township and provides free camping for tents, caravans and campervans. Scottsdale is a great base for exploring the North East, all sites are unpowered and available for up to 14 nights nights. There is a dump station, gas barbecues and an amenities block. This campground in Scottsdale is set in peaceful park surroundings; you can wander along forest pathways, have a picnic by the ponds, feed the ducks and if you are very lucky spot a platypus, pademelon, wallaby or the rare and endangered burrowing crayfish. Dogs are OK, but please note generators are not permitted.

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  • NIL

  • NO
  • YES
  • maximum stay
  • 2 weeks
  • Powered sites
  • NO
  • YES
  • Contact No.
  • (03) 6352 6520
  • Fresh Water
  • Yes
  • Dogs Allowed
  • Yes
  • National Park
  • NO

38250 Tasman Hwy, Targa TAS 7259

Dogs on leads and under control at all times OK. Showers; stay up to 2 weeks. Coin operated barbecue. Ranger on site. Scottsdale is an RV Friendly Town.

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