|Places to camp in
Hobart and Southern Tasmania
Camp in nature
Nature focused low density in forest or waterside settings. Some have facilities including hot showers, other sites have toilets only
Huon Bush Retreats Campground
Huon Bush Retreats campground is not your average campground. We offer non-powered tent and campervan sites in an extensive habitat reserve with modern, spacious amenities, all the equipment you’ll need to cook up a storm, a five kilometre network of bushwalks and the opportunity for an outdoor bath under the stars.
Each walk-in tent site is private and surrounded by Huon Bush Retreat’s protected native forest. Individual campervan sites provide level parking for a comfortable nights sleep, are located close to amenities and are also surrounded by native bushland.
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Bruny Island &
Bruny Island Bush Camping
Jetty Beach - Cape Bruny
Two pit toilets, non-treated tank water (seasonal only), picnic shelters, bring own firewood, safe swimming for children. Boat launch from beach. Caravan access is available. http://www.parks.tas.gov.au/?base=412#so
Cloudy Corner campsite
Accessible only with 4WD at low or medium tide. A remote site with few amenities. Bring own water and firewood. http://www.parks.tas.gov.au/?base=412#so
Gordon Oval Reserve (B68 Highway)
Overnight camping area at the Gordon Oval, designated area only. Located close to the Gordon Jetty where the boat ramp is located. Toilet facilities. Carry drinking water. Great fishing and swimming.Dump Site
Dover, Southport, Cockle Creek
Cockle Creek and
Camp in town
Full service caravan parks, high density in town settings. Facilities include power, water hookup and shops nearby.
Snug Beach Caravan Park
Beachfront holiday accommodation at Snug, in southern Tasmania. Snug is a 30-minute drive from Hobart. Full services make this a great place to do your washing etc before heading to the more basic campsites further south. http://www.seasidetouristparks.com.au/snug.asp
Huonville, Franklin, Port Huon and Cygnet
Huon Valley Caravan Park
177 Wilmot Road, Huonville Ph: 0438 304 383
1.5km from the centre of Huonville, the park has 28 powered and 30 unpowered sites; it is dog friendly(on leash at all times); park is also a working farm where visitors can participate in animal feedings. The site is capable of accommodating even the largest of motor homes. Share bathroom facilities/charge for laundry. Camp kitchen.
Cygnet Caravan Park
Mary Street, Cygnet Ph: 0418 532 160, 0400 206 899
Centrally located in the township of Cygnet. Powered and unpowered sites. Laundry facilities on site. Amenities Block. Dog Friendly (on leash)
Southern end of Franklin – turn down beside Petty Sessions Gourmet Cafe Toilet block; potable water; free bbqs; sewerage dump – NO showers or powered sites
Shipwrights Point Recreation Reserve
Toilet block; potable water; free bbqs; sewerage dump – NO showers or powered sites (showers available at the Port Huon Sports Centre 1km further south, during their opening times)
Dover and Southport
Southport Hotel and Caravan Park
8777 Huon Highway, Southport Ph: 03) 6298 3144
Situated less than 1km from the beach in Far South Tasmania and offering a range of self-contained units, cabins, Powered and unpowered sites. Family friendly hotel with meals available. Camp kitchen, laundry, shower block, pet friendly (dogs on leash).
Dover Beach Tourist Park
27 Kent Street, Dover Ph: 03) 6298 1301
Opposite Kent Beach with self-contained cabins, level powered and unpowered sites.
Captain Cook Caravan Park
786 Adventure Bay Road, Bruny Island Ph: 03) 6293 1128
Variety of self contained cabins, on-site vans, powered and unpowered sites for caravans, campervans, motor homes and tents. Across the road from the beach, close to shops, fishing charter trips available, campers’ kitchen with wood heater and BBQ
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