Tasmania

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CMCA RV Park Geeveston
Budget Campsite

Heritage Park is now CMCA RV Park Geeveston, Tasmania

Heritage Park Geeveston has had a name change, following its closure by council and new management by CMCA. Now called CMCA RV Park Geeveston – it is still on Arve Road opposite the roadhouse now with the addition of a Custodian.  The previous facilities, bbq’s, picnic tables, bins, playground and shelters are not within the site but are still available at the park next door.   Situated on the banks of the Kermandie River  this is the most southerly of all CMCA RV parks. This quiet park is within the Heritage Park precinct which includes public amenities and off-leash dog park

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Tullah Lakeside Lodge
Camping

2 new Pubstays in Tassie

Today we listed two new campsites at beautiful Tullah in Tasmania. Both are pubstays and within close proximity to each other. Tullah Lakeside Lodge This pub stay is right on the banks of Lake Rosebery. They offer camping for Caravans, RVs and camper trailers, with power, water and shared amenities. However, the base is hard gravel. This means you won’t pitch a tent here, but you can always stay in the lodge just for the serenity and views. Camping is $25 for a couple for the night and there is a free area for self-contained RVs. You’ll be stunned with

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Lis Brown Camper Van
Camping

Lis Brown, Maggie and Mollie see Tasmania

  by Leisa Cooper from CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE It was a pleasure catching up with full time traveller Lis Brown of Tasmania recently for a chat. Lis is Dutch-born, but grew up in Queensland. She had been a Queensland Police Officer for many years. At age 48 she decided to retire early, and at 55 headed out on her new path – the road! Her first trip to Tasmania was for five weeks, in 1999. On a rushed drive through Corinna to catch a booked scenic flight at Strahan, she made a promise to one day return to Corinna. It

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Oatlands Heritage Highway Information & Historical Society3
Tasmania

Add Oatlands Historical Society Museum, Tasmania – to your list!

by Leisa Cooper, CAMPS Researcher Whilst out checking some sites and taking photographs of the Southern Midlands of Tasmania, I came across the Oatlands Historical Society Museum at the entrance to the town.  The museum doubles as the town’s Information Centre and is a treasure trove of the area’s history. Expect to spend lots of  time here fossicking amongst the amazing displays of photographs, newspaper items, books, and items of historical significance as well as a large collection of military memorabilia. The museum also offers you the “Oatlands Key” which allows access to historical buildings in Oatlands including the 1829

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TAS Petal Point Our Camp - Photo credit No Boundaries
Free Camping Tasmania

Petal Point – free camp at this remote Tassie Getaway

Photo credit No Boundaries Petal Point is a primitive camp situated high on an escarpment looking north across Bass Strait. Situated in the less travelled north east corner of Tasmania, we loved it because of its remoteness and panoramic views. At Petal Point, you need to be fully self-contained, take all your supplies in and take any evidence of your stay out. We settled in to the silence easily – only interruption was the ocean waves, sea breezes and the Mozart we belted out around the campfire at sunset – a luxury afforded because we were the only camping residents

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TAS Mayfield Bay
Free Camping Tasmania

Beachfront at free camp, Mayfield Bay, TAS

If you are looking for scenery, this is your spot. There’s good camping, fishing, swimming, surfing and diving, as well as wonderful views across Great Oyster Bay to Freycinet Peninsula. Disabled toilets, shady trees, fireplaces, mobile phone coverage are available, and pets are allowed. BYO drinking water, gold coin donation and camera! Enjoy the absolute beachfront. There’s history, too. Further north is Spiky Bridge, built in the 1840s by a convict road gang. Local fieldstones were placed vertically, giving a spiky appearance. Perhaps it was to stop cattle falling over the sides? You can also learn about the convict ruins

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Liffey Falls Deloraine
Camping

Deloraine RV Rest Stop, Tasmania has re-opened

Images Courtesy Meander Valley Council Great news for when we can travel again!  To attract RV travellers back to the Meander Valley region in Tasmania, the Council have approved the re-opening of the RV Rest Stop off Racecourse Drive.  The first travellers have already arrived prior to the pandemic.  The area will cater to 20 self-contained vehicles and be permitted to stay for 4 days.  While the dump point had remained open, it’s a definite boost to see travellers able to access camping again in this very pretty region with so much to offer, such as views of the Great

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Camps Researchers on the Road
Camping

Camps Researchers on the Road: Leisa

Leisa has been with us since 2009, as our Technology and Marketing PA.  She handles the design and distribution of the Camps Newsletter that Heatley and I write for you each fortnight and she is also one of our teams’ web designers and created our current app website. Originally from Queensland, she decided to travel a few years ago, house sitting around Australia and continuing to work for us remotely. “Once when I was on the road, Heatley called me with some urgent work.  I found a place with internet signal, pulled up under a shady tree somewhere outside Gundagai,

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Beaches & Coasts

Campground at Freycinet Paintball

If you’re travelling Tassie our newest listing is a great little find!  Owners, Beck and Scally welcome everyone and all vehicles from tents and caravans to big rigs and well behaved pets!    The campground is located on the same site as Freycinet Paintball (so you can have some fun while you’re there).  The campground offers large grassy sites, there’s plenty of room to camp in the field or under shady wattles beyond the main campsite with views of Moulting Lagoon. You can enjoy the licensed bar opened in the evenings with TV,  BBQ and firepit to share some stories

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