Mount Field camping
Mount Field camping (photograph: Chris Crerar)

Mount Field camping

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Safety alert: Winter walking - Be safe in our parks and reserves this winter
Applies from 27/6/2024
Winter walking comes with increased hazards. This includes severe weather and the risk of hypothermia.

Know before you go. Check weather forecasts and choose walks that match your abilities. Use the right equipment and be flexible with your plans if conditions change. 

Carry items for all possible conditions including sub-zero temperatures. Use our Alpine Walker Pack List and Safety Checklist to help you prepare. 

Always carry a communication device. You can’t rely on your mobile phone coverage in remote areas. Carry a physical map, a portable battery bank and a Personal Locator Beacon.

More information is on our safety in parks webpage.

Walks that need overnight walker registration​ must be self-reliant. There is no ranger presence on these tracks. If the weather forecasts or conditions change do not depart if it is unsafe to walk. Please change the date of registration.

Last reviewed 27/6/2024 04:36 PM

A valid parks pass is required for entry to Tasmania's national parks.
Tent    Caravan/Campervan   

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​2 people
​Each additional adult (18 +)​$7​$9
​Each additional child (5 - 17 years, under 5 years no charge)​$3​$4
​Family (2 adults, 3 children)$22$30

Hot showers require tokens.  These can be purchased from the Visitor Centre during business hours.


​Bookings are not required. The camp sites are allocated on a first come, first served basis. 

The Mount Field Campground is situated inside the National Park's main entrance, 200 metres from the Visitor Information Centre.


This pleasant campground is set in the forest beside the pretty Tyenna River - just a few minutes walk from the Visitor Centre. There are 14 powered sites as well as a range of unpowered sites. Spaces are suitable for campervans and caravans as well as tents.

This location is part of the famous Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area and is a Fuel Stove Only area. Fires are not permitted within the campground. There are however some designated fireplaces within the day use area where fires can sometimes be lit, unless fire bans are in place. Please seek clarification from staff.