Jetty Beach from walking track, view through coastal eucalypts
Jetty Beach

South Bruny camping

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Fire ban: Campfire restrictions are in place
From 21/10/2019, last reviewed 1/1/2020

​Campfire restrictions are now 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.

Parts of Tasmania are experiencing the driest conditions for the past three years with traditionally wet or damp gullies now dry. An above average fire season has been forecast for the east and south eastern parts of Tasmania due to warmer and drier conditions.

These conditions have increased the risk of unattended or poorly constructed campfires escaping and becoming bushfires. We have a duty of care to our community and want to ensure everyone has a safe and enjoyable camping experience.


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

​​No charge at The Pines. ​

For Jetty Beach, The Neck and Cloudy Corner fees are as follows:
1 or 2 people - $10.00 per night
Each additional adult (18+) - $5.00 per night
Each additional child (5-17, under 5 no charge) - $2.50 per night
Family (2 adults, 3 children) - $15.00​ per night

Bookings:

​No bookings are taken. Campgrounds are allocated on a first come, first served basis. Self-registration deposit boxes are situated at each campground so please bring cash to pay the appropriate fees.  A pay display kiosk is located at Jetty Beach for card payments.​

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​​Beautiful Bruny Island is a popular spot for camping, and there are sites available within the South Bruny National Park at Cloudy Bay and Jetty Beach. 

Cloudy Bay campsites​

There are two separate sites at Cloudy Bay. The Pines on Cloudy Bay Road is a small site, perfectly located for surfers drawn to the waves and walkers keen to explore the area. 

At the far end of Cloudy Bay, the Cloudy Corner site is larger, but only accessible to 4WD vehicles and requires a 3 km drive along the beach at low tide. You can launch boats from the beach here. Please note that the beach is for boat launch and retrieval only, vehicles are not to be parked on the beach. 

Jetty Beach campsite

Jetty Beach is a great site for families, set among the trees and facing a gently curving sandy beach which offers safe, sheltered swimming, along with snorkelling, kayaking and fishing. 

The Neck Campsite

Outside the national park boundaries, camping is available in the stunning surroundings of The Neck Reserve. This is a sheltered area behind sand dunes at the south of the isthmus, and provides easy access to the beach. ​