Encampment Cove Maria Island
Encampment Cove Maria Island (photograph: Craig Vertigan)

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​Take the opportunity to explore a little longer. With many options and diverse places to stay, it is hard not to slow down and take your time to immerse in Tasmania’s natural beauty. Remember to check, clean, dry or disinfect​ your gear before you leave home. This will help us maintain the health of our reserves by helping prevent the spread of weeds and diseases in Tasmania. ​

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Sunset over the ocean, Arthur-Pieman Conservation Area

Arthur-Pieman Conservation Area

Arthur-Pieman camping

Take time to explore the Arthur-Pieman Conservation Area and you'll soon appreciate why the regulars return to family shacks and campsites year after year.

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Tent facing the beach, Bay of Fires Conservation Area

Bay of Fires Conservation Area

Bay of Fires camping

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What better way to start the day than waking up to the sun streaming down over the pristine beaches and blazing geology of the Bay of Fires? There are plenty of camping opportunities for tents, caravans and campers along this stretch of the North-East coast.

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Ben Lomond National Park

Ben Lomond Alpine Village

Staying at the Alpine Village in Ben Lomond National Park will ensure you have easy access to the nearby ski slopes and beautiful plateau walks.

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Ben Lomond National Park

Ben Lomond camping

Enjoy the peace and quiet at this sheltered camping spot set among trees in Ben Lomond National Park.

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Cradle Mountain (Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park)

Cradle Mountain Waldheim Cabins

Rustic cabins offering an authentic wilderness experience.

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Tent pitched in a bush camp, Douglas-Apsley National Park

Douglas-Apsley National Park

Douglas-Apsley camping

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Douglas-Apsley National Park has free bush camping options available for visitors to the Apsley Waterhole and walkers undertaking the Leeaberra Track.

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CHildren riding bikes around Fortescue Bay campgrounds, Tasman National Park

Tasman National Park

Fortescue Bay camping

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Towering forest meets crashing ocean, trimmed with a rim of soft, white sand. Wallabies bounce, birds chatter and the fish are biting. Just a few reasons Fortescue Bay campgrounds are some of our favourites.

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Freycinet National Park

Freycinet overnight walker camping

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The overnight campsites of Freycinet allow the visitor to further explore this breathtaking national park on foot.

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View from Friendly Beaches campsite

Freycinet National Park

Friendly Beaches camping (Isaacs Point)

Low key camping among coastal scrub.

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East coast

Humbug Point camping

The Dora Point campgrounds offer easy access to the clear waters of Georges Bay.

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Lake St Clair (Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park)

Lake St Clair camping

Enjoy beautiful, sheltered camp spots nestled in the trees at Lake St Clair.

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Lime Bay State Reserve

Lime Bay camping

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The Lime Bay State Reserve is well off the beaten track and an ideal place to recharge your batteries. Stay for the day but better still bring some camping gear and get in touch with nature.

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Maria Island National Park

Maria Island camping - Darlington

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Located close to the heart of Maria Island, Darlington campground is the perfect spot to pitch your tent on your island adventure.

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Maria Island National Park

Maria Island camping - Encampment Cove

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A free campsite is available at Encampment Cove, where you can explore the convict ruins that once made up the Long Point Probation Station at nearby Point Lesueur.

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Maria Island National Park

Maria Island camping - Frenchs Farm

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A free campsite is available at Frenchs Farm, providing an excellent base for exploring McRaes Isthmus – a narrow neck of sand with sweeping beaches on either side.

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Maria Island National Park

Maria Island Penitentiary accommodation

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Basic bunkhouse-style accommodation is available to visitors in the old penitentiary at Darlington.

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Mount Field National Park

Mount Field camping

A pleasant campground in the forest by the Tyenna River, in Mount Field National Park.

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Mount Field National Park

Mount Field Government Huts

The Government Huts at Mount Field National Park provide an excellent base for experiencing the alpine regions of the park.

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Mount William National Park

Mount William camping

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Enjoy beachfront camping beneath a canopy of trees at Mount William National Park.

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Campervan at a powered site, Narawntapu National Park

Narawntapu National Park

Narawntapu camping

There are a number of campsites at Narawntapu National Park, suited to both tent and campervan stays. This peaceful, coastal setting is full of opportunities for viewing native fauna, fishing, boating, walking and the perfect base for your explorations of the North-West Coast.

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Peggs Beach Conservation Area

Peggs Beach camping

Peggs Beach Conservation Area has two designated camping areas. Both are popular with family groups, many of whom have been visiting the reserve for generations. However, the secret is out among travelling retirees who are discovering this attractive spot is ideal to set up a campervan for a few nights.

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Freycinet National Park

Richardsons Beach, Honeymoon Bay and Ranger Creek camping

Freycinet has beachfront camping at its finest.

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South Bruny National Park

South Bruny camping

Enjoy beautiful views and easy access to the beach from a number of campgrounds in South Bruny National Park.

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Campgrounds and lagoon view, Southport Lagoon Conservation Area

Southport Lagoon Conservation Area

Southport Lagoon camping

Take the time to extend your Southport adventures with a stay at the lagoon-side campground.

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Southwest National Park

Southwest camping

Enjoy fishing, kayaking or walking adventures in Southwest National Park, before sleeping comfortably in your tent or caravan at Huon, Teds Beach or Edgar campgrounds.

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Strzelecki National Park

Strzelecki camping

Take advantage of a beautiful beach-side campground at Trousers Point in Strzelecki National Park.

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View of Ransons Beach, campgrounds at Waterhouse Conservation Area

Waterhouse Conservation Area

Waterhouse camping

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One of the North-East's most popular recreational camping sites, Waterhouse is a must for visitors and locals alike.

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