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.
Camp at Cockle Creek the gateway to the Southwest National Park.
Southwest National Park
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.
Tasman National Park
Enjoy beautiful, sheltered camp spots nestled in the trees at Lake St Clair.
Lake St Clair (Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park)
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.
Lime Bay State Reserve
The forested banks of the Tyenna River make an excellent base for your camping stay in Mount Field National Park.
Mount Field National Park
The Government Huts at Mount Field National Park provide an excellent base for experiencing the alpine regions of the area.
Recherche Bay campsites are located near Cockle Creek, on the edge of the Southwest National Park.
Hobart and South
Easy access to the beach and beautiful ocean views are all part of the package at these South Bruny National Park campgrounds.
South Bruny National Park
Take the time to extend your Southport adventures with a stay at the lagoon-side campground.
Southport Lagoon Conservation Area
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.