Get cozy with Mother Nature
Tasmania’s natural scenic surrounds make it an easy location to pitch your tent and immerse yourself amidst an unspoilt setting. Both formal and informal camping locations are scattered throughout the state, formal sites located within Tasmania’s national parks and forest reserves.
Where can I go camping in Tasmania?
Looking to have a sleepover with Tasmania’s native wildlife? Narawntapu National Park is home to a prolific amount of animals and bird life, spanning along the state’s northern coast, where camping is permitted. While you’re there, why not make friends with your furry neighbours, go boating, take a horse ride or cast a line and go fishing.
One of Tasmania’s greatest national parks and camping grounds, the Mount Field National Park offers thriving vegetation, high elevations and lush rainforests to explore. While on your camping holiday, make the most of the parks superb surrounds, taking a walk through the verdant rainforest, admiring the famous three tiered Russell Falls and wondering at the world’s tallest flowering plant, the giant swamp gum. For beachfront camping, the Swimcart Beach Campground located in the Bay of Fires Conservation Area is just one of the many destinations Tasmania has on offer. Sandy sheltered dunes and grassy sites are available for camping on, with the beach renowned for surf fishing.
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