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Stanley is a very popular tourist town on the far North-West Coast of Tasmania, and well-known for its major tourist attraction ‘The Nut’. Stanley is the second-last major township on the north-west coast of Tasmania, Smithton being the larger township in the Circular Head municipality. Before Stanley on the North West Coast, you will find Devonport, Ulverstone, Penguin, Burnie and Wynyard. Stanley is very much an agricultural community, however increasingly tourism is playing a major part in the town’s economy. As at the 2011 census, Stanley had a permanent population of fewer than 500 persons. When visiting Stanley, be sure to take the chairlift to the top of The Nut, explore the quaint village and heritage buildings, enjoy coffee or a meal at one of the many local cafes and eateries and be sure to enjoy fish and chips from the very well known and popular Hursey Seafood. Visitors can stay at the free RV Friendly caravan park Stanley for up to 7 nights at a cost of app. AUD $8 per night, or $40 for the full 7 nights.
The RV site Stanley on the North-West Coast of Tassie fronts Tatlows Beach, and overlooks Sawyer Bay. The area is large, grassed and flat but offers little shade. The area can accommodate approximately 50 self-contained RV vehicles, and adjoins the Stanley Golf Course. There is a walkway into the Stanley town centre, which is an easy stroll to cafes, shops and other attractions. Fees are $8 a night or $40 for a maximum of 7 nights and fees are collected by the site manager in the evenings or mornings.
You must have a fully self-contained motorhome, campervan or caravan to stay at the Smithton RV Friendly park, which is located just a short drive out of the centre of the small Tassie North West Coast town of Smithton at the popular resort Tall Timbers. This means only vehicles that carry its own water supply, contains internal washing and toilet facilities, and has an onboard wastewater storage tank can stay at the location.
A vehicle is deemed to satisfy the requirement to be a fully self-contained vehicle if it is accredited by the Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia under its Self Contained Vehicles Policy of 2016, and displays a current SCV panel issued by the CMCA.
This is a large area that is flat and well grassed and with great shade if you are early. This free RV stay in Smithton is a 2-minute drive to the centre of Smithton where you can buy groceries at Woolworths or an IGA supermarket, do banking, food, obtain counter meals, buy fuel, coffee, use a post office and visit other shops including a newsagency.