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Camping Tasmania

Camping Tasmania

Arguably, there are few better places in Australia, or the work to camp than in the Australian Island state of Tasmania. Tasmania is an amazing destination go camping or explore in a campervan, motorhome, caravan, camper trailer or tent at any time of the year. It’s an activity the whole family will enjoy, where one day you can camp immediately next to spectacular white sandy beaches, and the next day in a rainforest that is millions of years old. Camping in Tasmania is popular with families and young children, grey nomads, young couples, backpackers, honeymooners and pretty much anyone who enjoys going camping. App. 40% of Tasmania is protected as National Parks and reserves and across Tasmania, there are more than 50 great caravan parks Tasmania. Any time of the year is great to go camping in Tasmania, and many campsites off free camping. You can camp in spectacular coastal settings or in bush locations. Get the old tent out of the shed, air the sleeping bag and make sure the 4WD or caravan is serviced and the gas bottle full. Choose from camping in commercial campgrounds or formal, and informal free campsites Tasmania. Many campsites are within national parks and in forest reserves managed by Forestry Tasmania or Hydro Tasmania. Informal campsites are typically marked as such and you need to check on usage requirements at each site, as they will vary depending upon your exact location. Many sites will require camper self-registration and the payment of fees using an honesty system. Take care in summer when camping in Tasmania, bushfires are common, and can be unpredictable and expose you to danger very quickly. In winter, some areas are subject to extreme weather including heavy snowfalls, frost, heavy rains and strong to gale force winds. Click for featured camping Tasmania – Bay Of Fires Free Camping Set up camp at amazing beachside campgrounds right across Tasmania. You’ll find amazing campsites at Macquarie Heads Strahan, Black River, Friendly Beaches, Cradle Mountain, camping Coles Bay, Maria Island, Bruny Island, Flinders Island and many, many more. Spend your camping holiday in Tasmania eating amazing fresh produce, sipping wine or craft beer, fishing, swimming, bushwalking, paddling, mountain biking, taking photos or even kicking back and reading a book. Whatever your interest, you’ll be sure to find a style of camping and a camping location to suit you needs.

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