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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
General information about campsites operated by Tasmania's Parks and Wildlife Service
Camping and accommodation fees are in addition to national park entry fees where applicable. Fees apply only to the campground or accommodation for which they are paid and are not transferable to other campgrounds or accommodation. Your fees are used to manage and improve facilities and services.
Please remember that dogs are not allowed in national parks and most reserves. Take in, take out Please be aware that rubbish bins are not provided in parks and reserves. You are responsible for removing all waste that you take in. Bringing plastic bags may help this process.
To ensure a comfortable camping experience for both yourself, other campers and the environment, see the PWS Information for sustainable camping.