Four walkers of mixed ethnicity walk along the rocky shore of Bivouac Bay

Bivouac Bay Camping

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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

Closed area: Wughalee Falls Campsite – Tasman National Park
Applies from 2/12/2022

​​Wughalee Falls campsite within the Tasman National Park is closed until further notice. Alternative campsite Bare Knoll remains open approximately 400m beyond the Wughalee campsite turnoff. This Campsite has limited capacity and cannot be booked. 

For further enquiries please call: (03) 6250 3980​.​​​​

Last reviewed 9/1/2023 08:44 AM

A valid parks pass is required for entry to Tasmania's national parks.

Bookings are not required.

Access to Bivouac Bay campground is by foot, via either a two hour walk from Fortescue Bay, along the Bivouac Bay track, or a six hour walk from Devils Kitchen along the Tasman Coast Trial.


​Located at the end of the delightful ​​Bivouac Bay walk, lies Bivouac Bay campground. The campground provides walkers with a blissful camping area fixed with basic toilet facilities, four established tent platforms and ground camping. 

Access to the campground is by foot, either via a two hour walk from the popular Fortescue Bay campground, or via a six hour walk along the Tasman Coastal Trail​ from Devils Kitchen

Campers are spoilt for opportunity whilst staying within the Tasman National Park. Bushwalking enthusiasts​ have the opportunity to tackle some of Tasmania's best bushwalking tracks such as Three Capes Track, Cape Hauy Track, Cape Raoul and many more.