There are two small stores at Arthur River supplying basic grocery lines, ice, some hot food, fishing gear and bait. The nearest fuel outlets are the Redpa General Store or Marrawah General Store to the north of the conservation area.
There is a maximum number of six people allowed per camp site.
Campfires are only permitted at designated campgrounds within designated fireplaces. Campfires are prohibited during seasonal fire restrictions. Never leave your campfire unattended - it is prohibited. For campfire safety and how to check whether any restrictions are in place see Campfires and fire restriction.
Always check local signage for campfire restrictions before lighting a campfire. Bring your own water and firewood. It is best to have a fuel stove with you for cooking, as restrictions can change.
For the safety of everyone - completely extinguish your campfire before you depart and ensure no hot coals remain. Remember - Soak it. Stir it. Soak it again.
Please take all rubbish away with you.
There are some firepots available throughtout the APCA, however they are limited and it is advised to bring your own. No fires are to be lit on the ground under any circumstances. Wood may only be collected from the beaches, fallen wood should not be taken. Visitors are encouraged to bring their own firewood.
There are several accommodation options available at Arthur River. Contact the Stanley Visitor Centre (which services the area) on 1300 138 229.
The office is open daily 9:30am to 4pm. If the office is closed, there is a 24 hour self-registration of camping fees located at the Couta Rocks Road intersection or at the front porch area of the Arthur River Parks and Wildlife Service Office.
When camping south of Temma, camping fees are included in the purchase of a Recreational Drivers Pass.
Campers need to be completely self-sufficient when camping south of Prickly Wattle.
Find out other essential information for visiting Tasmania's parks and reserves on our Know before you go section.