Caravan and 4WD at powered campsite, Narawntapu National Park
Powered campsite, Narawntapu National Park (photograph: Dan Broun)

Narawntapu camping

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Planned event: Narawntapu - Springlawn Area Closure
Applies from 23/2/2023
​​​​The Springlawn Area will be closed to the public in respect to a cultural activity on the following dates:

​2pm Thursday 23​ February 2023 - 2pm Saturday 25 February 20223

Alternate access to the Bird Hide and Archers Knob walking track are available via Bakers Beach carpark 1.

For enquiries, please visit the Narawntapu National Park Visitor Centre or call 6428 6277.

Last reviewed 31/1/2023 11:23 AM


Fire ban: Campfire restrictions 2022 - 2023
Applies from 20/12/2022

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Campfire restrictions are in place for this site.  This means you will not be able to use campfires, pot fires and other solid fuel stoves. Gas stoves and gas barbecues are still permitted.

Unattended or poorly constructed campfires can escape and become bushfires. Campfire restrictions ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable camping experience.

For more information see our Campfire restrictions news page, the Campfire safety and restrictions webpage, or view the State Fire Restrictions map for 2022-2023.​

 Campfire restrictions 2022 - 2023 (PDF 2Mb)

Last reviewed 15/12/2022 10:04 AM


A valid parks pass is required for entry to Tasmania's national parks.
Caravan/Campervan    Tent   
Fees: ​​​​​Unpowered sites
  • 2 people - $13.00
  • Each additional adult (18+) - $5.00
  • Each additional child (5-17 years, under 5 no charge) - $2.50
  • Family (2 adults, 3 children) - $16.00
Powered sites
  • 2 people - $16.00
  • Each additional adult (18+) - $7.00
  • Each additional child (5-17 years, under 5 no charge) - $3.50
  • Family (2 adults, 3 children) - $22.00
Bookings:

​​Bookings​ are only taken for large school groups.

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​​​​​Narawntapu National Park has four campgrounds to choose from, Springlawn, Bakers Point, Koybaa and The Horse Yards.

After-hours campers are able to use a self-registration system at the Springlawn Visitors Centre. 

All campgrounds have hybrid chemical/ septic toilets and there are a number of picnic tables located around the campgrounds.

​​​Springlawn

The main facilities located at Springlawn are powered and are suitable for caravans, campervans and camper trailers. Some campsites are accessible for wheelchairs. Wheelchair accessible amenities are accessed via entrances at the back of the amenities block.

Springlawn has a shower block, and 4 minute shower tokens are available from the Visitor Centre for a fee. 

A blackwater dump point is available at the campground.

Bakers Point

The Bakers Point campgrounds are unpowered and are available for caravans and camping, with campfires permitted in the designated fireplaces. Bring your own pre-cut firewood. Please note that seasonal restrictions may apply. There are accessible campsites, toilets and a picnic area with unsheltered tables.

A blackwater dump point is available at the campground.

Koybaa

The Koybaa campgrounds are unpowered, and are for tents only.

The Horse Yards

​The Horse yards campgrounds are ​camping only and are unpowered, campfires are permitted in the designated fireplaces. Bring your own pre-cut firewood. Please note that seasonal restrictions may apply. Please remember that if you are bringing horses into the National Park, you will need to notify the Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service staff 4 days in advance.​​