Top 10 Campsites tasmania camping itinerary
The following is a list of our favourite campgrounds in Tasmania, being the top 10 campsites in our opinion that offer a range of different camping experiences including camping near beautiful beaches, camping in a National Park, camping where you can go trout fishing and camping in more remote regions of Tasmania.
- Number 1 - Mayfield Beach Campground amazing location, free to camp & suitable all forms of camping
- Number 2 -Camping Trial Harbour Small campsite only, but spectacularly located facing the Ocean, and a short drive from Zeehan in the small coastal settlement of Trial Harbour - not suitable larger rigs, the access road is gravel and very narrow
- Number 3 - Friendly Beaches Campground a stunning location, National Parks & WIldlife Pass required. Suit all forms of camping - long beach walks and wildlife spotting are popular pastimes at Friendly Beaches, Freycinet National Park.
- Number 4 - Macquarie Heads - a great campground located a short drive out of the tourist town of Strahan, on the West Coast of Tasmania. Popular with fishermen, you can drive your 4WD onto Ocean Beach and travel for long distances
- Number 5 - Camping South Bruny Island - located on the popular small island south of Tasmania, Bruny Island. Limited facilities, but a great campground that is very popular during summer.
- Number 6 - Cosy Corner South - In the magnificent Bay of Fires region. A popular campground, located right next to an amzing beach where water activities are popular.
- Number 7 - Policemans Point Campground Ansons Bay, Bay of Fires - a bit of effort to great there, but once again located spectacularly next to a beach and an inlet where fishing is popular
- Number 8 - Montagu Park - located in the far north west of Tassie, in the rich farming region of Smithton this large campground is ideal for all forms of camping, and great for families. There is a caretaker onsite, and the facilities are good - note it does close for a short time eachyear for maintenance.
- Number 9 -Camping Maria Island - a ferry trip is required, and a walk to the campground but well worth the effort and ideal if you enjoy mountain biking and bushwalking
- Number 10 - Camping Narwntapu National Park - a popular recreational area, located in a National Park on the North West Coast of Tasmania, and close to the towns of Port Sorell, Latrobe and Devonport. Multiple camping options, including camping with your horse.
Lake St Clair or is a natural freshwater lake located in the Central Highlands area of Tasmania, Australia and famous as the finishing point for the iconic Overland Track multi-day bushwalk in Tassie. The lake forms the southern end of the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. Lake St Clair has an area of approximately 45 square kilometres, and a maximum depth of 160 metres making it Australia's deepest lake.Lake St Clair is fed by Narcissus River, Cuvier River, and Hamilton Creek and marks the start of the River Derwent, being the main River in Southern Tasmania.
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