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Lake Burbury Camping Ground

Lyell Highway, Gormanston TAS 7466
Lake Burbury Camping Ground offers grassed camping area at Lake Burbury Campsites are available for a small daily fee of ($6-00) and a caretaker is on site. Lake Burbury Camping Ground provides two good grassed sites next to Lake Burbury and is suitable for tents, caravans, campervans and motorhomes. A boat ramp and public toilets are available. Lake Burbury is located on the edge of the World Heritage Wilderness Area. Carry your own water and firewood. Have a picnic or use the coin-operated barbecues, fish in the lake or enjoy water sports such as kayaking and canoeing. Lake Burbury Camping Ground is around 3 hours' drive (250 kilometres/156 miles) southwest of Launceston.
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Ross Caravan Park & Heritage Cabins

The Esplanade, Ross TAS 7209
Ross Caravan Park and Heritage Cabins provides budget accommodation beside the picturesque Ross Bridge and Macquarie River. The Caravan Park has 20 powered sites and 20 unpowered sites within a fully grassed area and under shady trees adjacent to the Macquarie River and walking distance to the delightful heritage village of Ross. Sample delicious bread and scallop pies from the two bakeries or enjoy a quiet drink at the historic Ross Hotel. Choose from five heritage cabins for budget accommodation housed in an historic stone building. There are two rooms with four single beds, two rooms with two single beds and one with a queen bed and two singles, accommodating 16 people in all. Each cabin has a cook top/oven, microwave oven and small refrigerator, heating, doonas, pillows and spare blankets. The cabins have access to the amenities block, just 25 metres away. The cost for accommodation in the cabins is AUD35 per person twin share (AUD70.00 for two people or AUD140.00 for four), but for one person the cost is AUD50.00. Sheets and towels can be hired at AUD5.00 per person. Ross is a one-hour drive from Launceston and one-and-a-half-hour drive from Hobart.
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Abel Tasman Caravan Park

6 Wright Street, Devonport TAS 7310
Located on the corner of the Mersey River mouth (where the Spirit of Tasmania enters the port) and the beach you can't get any closer. Come and see the Spirit of Tasmania enter or leave the port and feel the powerful vibrations pulse through your body while the captain navigates the vessel with in inches of either side of the river bank. It is truly an amazing sight to enjoy. Accommodation in Devonport has never been so easy, the longer you stay the cheaper each night gets. Our self contained accommodation in Devonport means you will be able to keep food costs down and free up some money to enjoy the fantastic regions attractions such as Sheffield (the town of murals) which is only half an hour from the Caravan park in Devonport. Cradle mountain is also only a short drive from Devonport and if you are looking for an attraction a little closer why not consider the Don River Railway which provides an experience for the steam era lover....
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Waratah Caravan and Camping Ground

Main Road, Waratah TAS 7321
Waratah Caravan and Camping Ground offers powered and unpowered sites overlooking the stunning trout-filled Waratah Lake. There are electric barbecues and keys to the amenities block and laundry facilities are included in camp fees. Waratah is a picture-postcard historic mining town situated at the eastern gateway to the magnificent Tarkine Wilderness. Just a 45-minute drive south of Burnie, Waratah is approximately half way between the North West Coast and the Wild West Coast of Tasmania. Only a 40-minute drive to the iconic Cradle Mountain, Waratah offers an affordable base to explore the natural beauty of this spectacular part of Tasmania. The Caravan Park is within walking distance to all the main town attractions, including the famous Waratah Waterfall, once used as a source of power in the state's second hydro-electric scheme. The energetic will enjoy the choice of accessible walks in and around the town, including the stunning Philosopher Falls Track. There is a 9-hole golf course, and the keen angler can fish for trout in the well stocked lake. Camping fees for a powered site is $28, unpowered site is $22, facilities only is $16, self-contained $6.
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Somerset Beachside Cabin and Caravan Park

Somerset Beachside Cabin and Caravan Parkk, 115 Bass Highway, Somerset TAS 7322
Somerset Beachside Cabin and Caravan Park is located near Burnie on Tasmania's North West Coast. It contains 62 caravan and mobile home serviced sites, 12 cabins and almost unlimited camping sites within the grounds. Its flat, easy to access sites makes parking any vehicle easy. The park has a very spacious and clean amenities block, which is easily accessible from all sites. An avid gardener originally laid out the park and it is animal-friendly and well-mannered dogs may enjoy their stay here. Within 200 metres of the park, people have access to seven interconnected beaches, all of which are council designated for walking dogs. Within the park grounds is a magnificent hand crafted three story building which houses a very good café which provides a range of options to cater for any requests at sensible prices. The Somerset Beachside Cabin and Caravan Park is located on the Bass Highway and is establishing a well earned reputation as being a great site to use as a base for a range of day trips to places including Stanley, Smithton and the far West Coast, Cradle Mountain, Waratah and Leven Canyon - all these sites being within a 60- to 90-minute drive....
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Camping at Bruny Island

Light House Road Cape Bruny , South Bruny TAS 7150
Private Eco Camping Ground on Cloudy Bay, Bruny Island in Tasmania's South. Camping at Bruny Island is a privately owned camping ground with a beautiful forest, 750 metres of pristine coastline. This Ground is family and pet friendly, with a low impact eco tourism focus. This very sheltered location boasts its own private beach; surf breaks being Lagoons and Jawbone and fishing or diving for your dinner at your door step. Activities and fun things to do include surfing, swimming, great walks along the beach, bike riding and making sand castles. Popular walking tracks, Bruny Island Lighthouse close by. Provided is a pristine environment, flushing toilets, water for washing up and wood for the campfire. The largest of camper trailers can be accommodated or large tents on a site. Bookings by appointment only. Cost is $60 per night for a family of six, or $300 for six nights. Limited sites available with private bush nooks or plenty of room for small groups. Everyone is catered for. You will be provided with peace of mind, safe and secluded private property without the worry of unruly or rowdy campers sharing your space. All campers must adhere to the strict code of conduct.
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Fortescue Bay Camping Ground

C344, Fortescue Bay TAS 7182
Fortescue Bay is a sheltered Bay with a beautiful white sandy beach, set against heavily forested hills, situated 18 kilometres from Port Arthur. Access is via 12 kilometres of gravel road. The Bay is a great destination for bushwalks, boating, kayaking, diving, swimming and camping with two distinct camping areas. The Banksia campground is made up of 24 shaded sites situated directly behind the beautiful Fortescue Bay Beach. This site is predominantly for tent based family camping. The Mill Creek campground (sites 30 to 51) are all vehicle access sites for campervans, caravans, camper trailers and motorhomes. Fortescue Bay has basic toilet facilities, one token-operated hot shower, electric barbecues, fireplaces on each site and a small shop facility for basic camping needs, ice and firewood. Bookings are essential between the 1 November and Easter Monday each year to guarantee a reservation. All visitors are required to have a valid Tasmanian National Parks Pass displayed on their vehicle. Passes are available at the Fortescue Bay office. Please call or email for any enquiries, office hours are from 0900 - 1500 from Tuesday to Sunday (November - April inclusive), and 0900 - 1500 Wednesday to Sunday (May-October inclusive)....
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Branxholm Camping Ground

4 Tasman Highway, Branxholm TAS 7261
Branxholm Camping Ground has sites suited to caravans and tents. Relax by the swimming pool while children enjoy the playground or have a hit of tennis on the adjacent court. Self cater from the supermarket opposite or enjoy a meal at the pub across the road. Just a five-minute drive from the Blue Derby MTB Trails at Derby, Branxholm is an ideal base from which to explore the trails or discover North East Tasmania's amazing tin mining heritage. Branxholm has a number of walks within close proximity including the Great Briesis Water Race walk; an amazing feat of engineering! Facilities include free electric barbecue, showers (AUD2 per use), toilets, laundry, powered and unpowered sites. Driving time from Launceston is approximately one-hour-and-15-minutes or one-hour-and-ten-minutes from St Helens on the East Coast. Please note that rates are for up to four people per site, maximum stay is four weeks and pets are not permitted....
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Rivers Edge Wilderness Camping

1322 Lonnavale Road, Lonnavale TAS 7109
Rivers Edge Wilderness Camping is a grassy retreat beside the lovely Russell River in Lonnavale, 30 mins from Huonvile. Relax at one of our 49 tranquil campsites on or near the banks of the river, lined with trees and easy access to the water. These sites are all very large and will accommodate from three tents up to eight vans, plenty of space for a bit of privacy on your own or to sit around a fire pot with your mates. The river's pools are perfect for a swim in summer and offer great fishing spots for trout and blackfish. Also if you are quiet, you will see a wild platypus. The surrounding mature white gum forest is a home to abundant birdlife and the valley hosts a pair of wedged tail eagles and a pair of sea eagles who are often seen souring high above the campground. The grounds are flat for easy access with plenty of public open space for the kids to kick a football while you relax in the lounge chairs in the communal shelter or around the provided fire pots on each site. Surrounding bushlands are great for RV, mountain bike and horse riding activities....
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Richmond Caravan and Cabin Park

48 Middle Tea Tree Road, Richmond TAS 7025
Richmond Caravan and Cabin Park offer a number of options for accommodation, located just a short walk from the historic Richmond Village. Richmond itself boasts superb craft shops, galleries, antique shops, maze, restaurants and tearooms. Admire the lovely old churches and historic sandstone bridge, picnic beside the peaceful Coal River and feed the ducks. Bonorong Wildlife Park and ZooDoo Fun Park are located nearby. The park has Deluxe and Economy cabins, unpowered camp or van sites, powered camp or van sites, some with their own ensuites. Park facilities include camp kitchen, barbecue, half size tennis court , games room, playground and swimming pool. The swimming pool is solar heated temperature is subject to change depending on the weather conditions The Park is ideally located to explore Hobart and surrounding areas such as the Tasman Peninsula and also the Huon and Derwent Valleys. Richmond Caravan and Cabin Park is approximately a 20-minute drive from Hobart Airport and a 25-minute drive to Hobart city centre....
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Laurel Cottage

9 Wellington Street, Richmond TAS 7025
Mellow handmade bricks glowing in the soft light, Laurel Cottage has apparently changed little since it was built in 1830. Step through the front door into the peace of another age. The furniture is colonial and theres a comforting wood fire. But clever restorers have been at work - theres now also electric heating, TV and radio and all the other comforts of modern life. Stroll round the leafy lanes in this historic village. Admire the Georgian cottages, the churches and the lovely old stone bridge. Feed the ducks on the river. Explore the galleries and the antique shops, the tea rooms and restaurants. Pick out a place for a quiet dinner. Return to the privacy and comfort of your country cottage and enjoy the twilight in your flowery garden.
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Huon Valley Caravan Park

177 Wilmot Road, Huonville TAS 7109
Huon Valley Caravan Park is a unique caravan park, only a 30-minute drive south of Hobart and 1.5 km from Huonville. The caravan park is an ideal base for day trips into Hobart with a regular bus service to and from Hobart. The caravan park is the ideal location to explore southern Tasmanian attractions, Bruny Island, Tahune Airwalk, Hastings Carves and Thermal Pools, Ida Bay Railway, Huon Jet Boat and many more. There are powered sites, premium river sites, ensuite sites and unpowered sites, all sites are big enough to take the largest rig or 5th wheeler. Immaculate amenities, laundry, large camp kitchen, pizza oven and barbecue. A dump point is conveniently located within the park. Huon Valley Caravan Park is a beautiful 26 acre park situated on the junction of the Mountain River and Huon River in a unique farm setting. Guests can experience feeding the pigs, watching a cow being hand milked and on certain days see the working dogs in action and sheep shearing. The Mountain River offers good trout fishing or you may wish to kayak the Huon River into Huonville....
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Longford Riverside Caravan Park

2A Archer Street, Longford TAS 7301
Longford Riverside Caravan Park is ideally located to the south of Launceston, Tasmania. Located on the banks of the picturesque Macquarie River. The park offers quality sites, riverbank walks and fishing. Accommodation includes 78 powered sites, all with sullage and water. There are 50 additional un-powered sites, some located on the river bank. The park also has six deluxe on-site caravans and two studio units. These sleep two guests and all have electric blankets, television, heating and a kitchen. One of them has a bunk bed. The on-site deluxe caravans have a toilet and bathroom and the units both have a toilet but no shower. Facilities include two amenity blocks, laundry facilities, camp kitchen and barbecue area. Wi-Fi available. You can walk to shops close-by and the park is an ideal base for day trips in the northern region. Take a short drive to Woolmers National Rose Gardens or plan a bushwalk in the Great Western Tiers. Spend a day fly-fishing at Great Lake or make your way down the Tamar Valley Wine Route, and explore the Macquarie River, or fish from the riverbank. Longford is a 20-minute drive (27 km) from Launceston....
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Bothwell Camping Ground

Market Place, Bothwell TAS 7030
Bothwell Camping Ground is located at Bothwell in Tasmania's central highlands, an hour from Hobart. Bothwell Camping Ground has ten powered sites and five camp sites, an amenities block, laundry facilities and a tennis court. Bothwell is situated in the beautiful Clyde River Valley and is considered the southern gateway to the central highlands. It has much to offer the visitor. The town itself is in a peaceful rural setting with an old world atmosphere and contains many interesting buildings of both architectural and historical interest. Bothwell is home to Australia's oldest golf course and the International Highland Spin-In. The area is also known for its excellent trout fishing. It is approximately a one-hour drive (76 km) north-west of Hobart and a two-hour drive (140 km) south of Launceston....
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Macquarie Heads Camping Ground

Macquarie Heads Road, Macquarie Heads TAS 7468
Macquarie Heads Camping Ground offers Bush campsite accommodation 15 klms , 30 minutes drive south west from the township of Strahan, on Tasmania's West Coast Macquarie Heads Camping Ground is located at the Northern end of Macquarie Harbour in Strahan. Access is by travelling along a gravel road. Unpowered Bush campsites are available for a small daily fee of ($7-00) and a caretaker is on site. Macquarie Heads Camping Ground provides good grassed sites next to the Harbour and is suitable for tents, caravans, campervans and motorhomes. A boat ramp, public toilet and dumping point are available. Please carry your own water and firewood. You can have a picnic at the nearby Swan Basin picnic area, walk along the Ocean Beach or go fishing in Macquarie Harbour. Strahan is a two hour and 28 minute (179 kilometres) drive South-West of Burnie....
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Wayatinah Lakeside Caravan Park

131 Wayatinah Rd, Wayatinah TAS 7140
Wayatinah Lakeside Caravan Park is located in Tasmania's Central Highlands between Ouse and Tarraleah. The park is situated beside Wayatinah Lagoon and surrounded by native bush on three sides. It has 50 campsites and 12 powered sites. Wayatinah Lagoon offers good fishing and boating, with boat launching, picnic, and barbecue facilities. Platypus and waterbirds abound in the lake beside this peaceful highland caravan park. Other wildlife often emerge from the bush. Wildflowers make a lovely display in spring and summer. It might be far from anywhere in this once Hydro- Tasmania village, but there is a heated swimming pool and children's pool, a tennis court, football area and cricket pitch. Nearby you'll find a golf course, squash courts, and tavern and store with fuel. Showers are $1 and washing machine and dryer use are charged at $3. Camp fees are $10 per adult per night, $5 per child (5 to 15) per night, power $5 per site, if needed, per night. This is a no frills, fun place to stop....
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Land of the Giants Caravan Park

Lake Dobson Road, National Park TAS 7140
Land of the Giants Caravan Park is located at Mt Field National Park, southern Tasmania. It is just over one hour’s drive west of Hobart. The caravan park is set in forest by the Tyenna River and is located at the entrance to the National Park. There are 26 campsites and 14 serviced sites suitable for campers, caravans and campervans. Facilities include a shared toilet and shower block, coin-operated laundry facilities, and a covered kitchen and barbecue area. Close by is the Mt Field National Park Visitors Centre. Here, you will find information on walks, history, geology, plants and wildlife of the Park. The Visitors Centre also has a cafe and shop. Declared in 1916, Mt Field was Tasmania’s first National Park. You can enjoy a range of short and longer bushwalks in the Park, and snow skiing in winter. The well-known Russell Falls Track is an easy walk, also suitable for wheelchairs and the Tall Trees Walk features the Swamp Gum -the world’s tallest flowering plant.
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Penguin Caravan Park

6 Johnsons Beach Road, Penguin TAS 7316
Penguin Caravan Park is located in the coastal town of Penguin on Tasmania's North West Coast. Penguin Caravan Park is located on the beach and has commanding views over Bass Strait. There are six park cabins accommodating 21 guests, each has ensuite, full cooking facilities and television. There are 20 powered sites and 18 camp sites. The property has waterfront sites, laundry facilities and is only a two-minute walk from a public barbecue area, playground and skate park. Penguin is a historic town with much history to explore, along with a wonderful beach right at your camp door. Nearby you can watch penguins coming ashore at dusk to feed their young. Explore the beautiful beaches, lush green farmlands, forests and mountains a short drive away. Follow the bushwalking and horse riding trails in the Dial Range behind the town. Dial Range Reserve and Gunns Plains Caves are a few minutes drive away. The alpine lakes and peaks of Cradle Mountain National Park are within easy driving distance, a 15-minute drive to Burnie and a 20-minute drive to Devonport. Back in Penguin, play golf, bowls, tennis or skate at the skate park....
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New Norfolk Caravan Park

1 The Esplanade, New Norfolk TAS 7140
Located just 36km north west of Hobart, the New Norfolk Caravan Park is situated on the banks of the beautiful Derwent River and makes an ideal base for exploring southern Tasmania. The park has 40 Powered Sites - 28 are drive through sites; the other 12 are suited for motorhomes and small caravans. There are also four cabins and an onsite caravan. There are also 25 unpowered site spaces in the park, all of which are grass with plenty of trees to provide shade. There are barbeque, camp kitchen and full laundry facilities. The cabins have television, electric blankets, and tea and coffee making facilities. The Town of New Norfolk was settled in 1808 and spreads over both sides of the Derwent River with the main shopping district a five minute walk from the Caravan Park. The town is home to many antique stores as well as the oldest continuously licensed Hotel in Australia - The Bush Inn. From the New Norfolk Caravan Park there is a popular walking track that follows the Derwent River through the wetlands and to Tynwald Park where you can see wildlife such as wild ducks and platypus. The River itself is a great fishing spot.
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Riverbreeze Caravan & Cabin Park

69/77 Montagu Road, Smithton TAS 7330
Situated on the western side of Smithton on the banks of the picturesque Duck River, Riverbreeze Caravan & Cabin Park offers powered and unpowered all-weather sites. There are also one and two bedroom cabins with unrestricted views of the river. Cabins are fully self contained with all linen supplied, coffee and tea available. VIP discounts are offered for all guests to use at the Bridge Hotel on all bistro, bar and bottle shop purchases, located just a short ten-minute walk from the Park. Nearby there is a nine hole golf course for your enjoyment, with facilities and club hire available....
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Moomba Holiday and Caravan Park

24 Kermode Street, Port Sorell TAS 7307
Moomba Holiday and Caravan Park is located at Port Sorell, approximately 20 km east of Devonport. There are 12 powered sites with or without ensuites, 63 permanent van owners and nine park cabins including Family Cabins, Standard and Budget Cabins. It boasts 11 km of beach - excellent for water sports or just relaxing, and a large playground for the children as well as nearby golf, bowls or tennis. It has a modern amenities block with ample hot water for showers, a well-equipped laundry and barbecue facilities. At nearby Narawntapu National Park, at dusk, see rare Forester kangaroos, wombats, pademelons, Bennetts wallabies and Tasmanian devil. For bird lovers - robins, wrens, fantails, golden whistlers, herons, swans, cormorants, and many other water birds. The area is an ideal to base to explore and daytrip in every direction. Day trip to Leven Canyon, Gunns Plains, Dismal Swamp, The Nut at historic Stanley, Cradle Mountain, visit platypus and seahorses in the Tamar Valley, Cataract Gorge in Launceston, caves at Mole Creek and Liffey Falls are all are within a two-hour drive. Sheffield's murals are a 40-minute drive away and Latrobe's Cherry Shed and Anvers Chocolates are only a 20-minute drive from the park.
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Greens Beach Caravan Park

1774 Greens Beach Road, Greens Beach TAS 7270
Relax at Greens Beach, pitch your tent, bring your caravan or stay in one of our near new two bedroom, fully self contained cabins and look around - all the amenities you need for carefree relaxing. Take in the fantastic views - rolling ocean (great surfing), rolling hills (great walking), and the almost overwhelming peace and tranquillity. This place is so quiet! But that doesn't mean there's nothing doing. You'll be welcome for a round at the nearby golf club, and there will usually be someone in the park who'd like a set or two of tennis. Or maybe you just want to stretch out on the beach - feel free. It is a very safe beach for kids.
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Zeehan Bush Camp and Caravan Park

Hurst Street, Zeehan TAS 7469
Relax in the quiet bush setting of this welcoming caravan park situated alongside a creek and in a valley surrounded by rugged hills. The park is only four minutes walk from the town centre. Choose from self-contained cabins, on-site vans, or bring your own van. Guests have access to free wifi, a laundry and fully enclosed camp lounge and kitchen with gas BBQ and wood burning fire place. Listen to the birds, breathe the fresh mountain air and explore the many things to see in and around Zeehan. Visit the fascinating West Coast Heritage Centre, the pioneer cemetery, the Spray Tunnel, Walk Mt Zeehan. Great for mountain bike riding, 4WD experiences; fishing, golfing, Reece Dam, and Granville Harbour and Trial Harbour. The friendly staff are happy to provide information about the local attractions and surrounding wilderness areas, perfect for bushwalking. Tour bookings available for the Cruise and Railway trips. Centrally located to all towns on the West Coast. A great place to base yourself and do day trip from here. Also a member of 'Tasmanian Tourists Parks'....
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Mole Creek Caravan & Camping Ground

2 Union Bridge Road, Mole Creek TAS 7304
Mole Creek Caravan & Camping Ground is located at Mole Creek, 24 km west of Deloraine. Mole Creek is a small rural area of around 300 people. The camping ground has 30 camp sites and 20 powered sites and there are laundry facilities. It is flat, beside Sassafras Creek and completely grassed with fires allowed along the creek-side (fire warnings permitting). We are also pet friendly, as long as pets are kept under effective control at all times. Mole Creek is located at the gateway to the Great Western Tiers. There are many attractions around Mole Creek; King Solomon and Marakoopa Caves, Trowunna Wildlife Park, many forest walks, bird park, honey factory, this is to name a few. And just a 30-minute drive away is Sheffield the 'Town of Murals', and a one-hour drive away is the World Heritage Wilderness Area of Cradle Mountain National Park....
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Quamby Corner Caravan Park

Golden Valley Road, Golden Valley TAS 7304
Quamby Corner is a country caravan park at Golden Valley, near Deloraine in northern Tasmania. Quamby Corner offers serviced and unserviced sites for caravans, campervans and tents. Amenities include toilets, showers, laundry, spacious barbecue shelter with camp kitchen, and additional outside wood-fired barbecues and campfires (when conditions allow). Facilities include disability-friendly amenities. All amenities are included in the tariff. Campers with children can explore the extensive grounds and enjoy the playing field. Dogs of suitable breed are allowed strictly under owners' control, on a leash at all times except in designated exercise areas. Quamby Corner is peacefully situated on Golden Valley Road at the foot of Quamby Bluff. It is on the Meander Valley Great Heritage bike ride route, next to the Highland Lakes Road scenic route to Hobart via Great Lake and close to the Tasmanian Trail and the Great Western Tiers Touring route. Local attractions in nearby nature reserves and National Parks include Liffey Falls, Quamby Bluff walking track, Huntsman's Lake and Mole Creek Caves. Nestled beneath the Great Western Tiers, Golden Valley is approximately a 45-minute drive (60 km) from both Launceston and Devonport.
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Triabunna Cabin and Caravan Park

4 Vicary Street, Triabunna TAS 7190
Triabunna Cabin and Caravan Park is the perfect base for your East Coast holiday. Pitch a tent, bring a caravan or motor home, or stay in one of our five beautifully appointed modern cabins. If you prefer the best in creature comforts, then the Cottage and Studio suites are for you. The Cottage suite is a queen sized bedroom with a modern ensuite bathroom. The Studio is for those who like to spread out. Down stairs is a cosy lounge with a fireplace (perfect for romantic winter escapes) and a modern ensuite bathroom. Up the spiral staircase is a luxurious king size bed set in a generous attic room, with natural light from two dormer windows. Our picnic shelter, complete with a full camp kitchen and a television is a great place to meet fellow travellers. Take a five-minute walk to the port, catch a fish from one of the town jetties, or catch the ferry to Maria Island, Tasmania's only island national park. Explore convict era ruins, meet the wildlife, and take in the stunning scenery. On the way back to a relaxing evening at our park stop at the Fish Van for great fish and chips.
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Weldborough Camping Ground

Weldborough Hotel, Weldborough TAS 7264
Weldborough Camping Ground is adjacent to Weldborough Hotel between Scottsdale and St Helens set in beautiful grassed surroundings with rainforest near by. Powered and non-powered sites, hot showers/toilets and drinking water is available. Firepots are essential but please check at hotel before lighting up. Amazing trails are accessible from campground for walking, MTBs, trail and quad bikes. An added attraction is the historic Weldborough Hotel serving great locally sourced food and an amazing selection of Tasmanian beer and cider....
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Burnie Holiday Caravan Park

253 Bass Highway, Burnie TAS 7320
Enjoy a peaceful stay in the leafy grounds of a caravan park situated opposite a sandy beach on the outskirts of Burnie. Listen to the birds calling from the many native trees, wander along the beach, dip into the heated indoor swimming pool or just relax on the grass. Meet other travellers at the outdoor barbecue areas or in the camper's kitchen. Choose a fully equipped self-contained unit with sea view or a holiday cabin. There are also 35 powered sites, a bush setting tent site area, on-site vans and hostel bunks. You'll find a friendly welcome at this good base for exploring the beautiful North West Coast. Enjoy the fresh air, beautiful views and walks on the penguin inhabited beach just across the road. You will be based central to many tourist attractions including The Pioneer Village Museum, Guide Falls, Burnie Beach Penguin Rookery Interpretation Centre, Burnie Surf Lifesaving Club, The City Retail Centre, Dismal Swamp and a one-hour drive from the quaint old fishing village of Stanley and a little over a one-hour drive to Cradle Mountain and Lake St Clair National Park....
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Maria Island Camping Ground

Darlington, Maria Island TAS 7190
Maria Island National Park is six kilometres offshore from the East Coast town of Triabunna. The island is an easy 30-minute trip from Triabunna - about one hour and fifteen minutes drive from Hobart (86km) or two and a half hours from Launceston (186km). Encounter Maria Island is the official ferry operator to and from Maria Island National Park. See their website for details. A designated, sheltered campsite is located behind Darlington Bay Beach, 300m from the jetty. Adjacent is the 19th century former convict settlement of Darlington, which remains the principal hub for visitors to the island. The campsite is fully facilitated and fees apply. There are toilets with hot showers ($1 coins), a shelter with fireplaces, free gas barbecues. In winter a limited supply of firewood is available free of charge. There are two other (free) basic campsites on the island at Frenchs Farm and Encampment Cove, a three-to-four-hour walk south. Fuel stoves only at Frenchs Farm. There are composting toilets and non-treated (tank) rainwater. Bookings are not required for camping. There are no shops on Maria Island. The convict penitentiary in Darlington has bunkhouse accommodation. This must be pre-booked through the Triabunna Visitor Centre....
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Freycinet National Park Camping Ground

Freycinet National Park, Coles Bay TAS 7215
Freycinet National Park Camping Ground offers basic powered and un-powered campsites near Coles Bay. Some sites are available all year and some are only available over summer and Easter. Only the main campsite at Richardsons Beach has powered sites. Due to the high demand for campsites, a ballot system operates from the 18th December until the 10th February and for Easter each year and is decided by a ballot system drawn early August. Applications should be received by Freycinet National Park by the 31st of July and must be made by letter/fax/email. Successful applicants will be notified by mail. Ballot entry forms can be downloaded at: In addition to camping fees, campers are required to have a valid Tasmanian National Parks Pass. Shops and other facilities are located at Coles Bay, a ten minute walk away. Bushwalks to Wineglass Bay and the Freycinet Peninsula commence from the car park four kilometres away. Availability of drinking water can vary throughout the year, check this prior to your arrival. The Freycinet Visitors Centre is within the entrance to the Park and is open daily from 0900 to 1700 and staff will assist you with your enquiries....
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Mersey Bluff Caravan Park

41 Bluff Road, Devonport TAS 7310
Mersey Bluff Caravan Park offers accommodation at Devonport, on Tasmania’s North West Coast. Attractively situated with views over Devonport and Bass Strait. Offered are 40 campsites, 70 powered sites with access to a communal kitchen, amenities block with laundry, barbecue, public phone and off-street parking. Five caravans/onsite vans with purpose built solid annexe are also available featuring a fully equipped kitchen, microwave, fridge/freezer, bathroom with shower and toilet, colour television, one double bed and a fold out sofa in the lounge area. We also have two more onsite vans that contain all the above but do not have their own shower and toilet but utilise the amenities block just near them. Local attractions include the Mersey Bluff Lighthouse (circa. 1889), Tiagarra Aboriginal centre, Mersey Pioneer Cemetery, surfing and fishing, skate park, patrolled beaches, walking and cycle tracks, nearby tennis courts and sports grounds. Mersey Bluff Caravan Park is a great base to explore the North West Coast of Tasmania and the many attractions that it has to offer. The caravan park is located just a 15-minute walk into the city centre. Devonport is a one-hour drive (101 km) north west of Launceston....

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