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Where to camp in Tasmania

Where to camp in Tasmania

Tasmania is a caravanner’s dream destination – from immaculate beaches to peaceful national parks, the state is loaded with unforgettable experiences.

While it can seem daunting to plan an adventure, we can help narrow down a few caravan parks that will be the perfect location to set up your base!

Bay of Fires:

The Bay of Fires Conservation Area offers free beach-side camping in designated areas.

Camp fires are permitted, as are dogs when on leads – just some of the bonus reasons to stay here! The area is a stunning backdrop to make your home, with an abundance of space to set up camp. Bask in the sunshine, head for a refreshing swim, set sail off the boat ramp to try your luck in fishing, or opt for a day of snorkelling – Bay of Fires should not be missed on your caravanning tour of Tasmania.

Cradle Mountain:

The Cradle Mountain National Park is an iconic destination to visit in Tasmania. From its rich maritime history to the extensive amount of walking trails and treks on offer, Cradle Mountain is bursting at the seams with beauty to be seen. Scenic flights can be taken over the area, or a lake cruise is also a possibility! Caravanners can set up camp at the BIG4 park, which is highly sought-after and often books out, so be quick. Embrace the glorious great outdoors in this stunning part of Tasmania.

Freycinet National Park:

Found on the east coast of the state, the Freycinet National Park looks out to the Tasman Sea and is another beautiful destination to visit. With a range of activities to choose from – such as walking the pink granite mountain ranges, kayaking alongside stingrays and dolphins to quad biking off the beaten track, the Freycinet National Park should not be missed!

The family-friendly caravan park in Iluka is an ideal site for the whole family. The park also accommodates for those who wish to book cabins and also includes a tavern bistro, shop and bakery close by.

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