Hot showers and a laundry at a national park camp? Yes, and yes at Mount Field Campground in Tasmania!
CAMPS Ambassadors, Manda and Daniel say this campground is: “high on our fave list and absolutely recommend camping here when in the area!”
You’ll find the this camp inside the national park’s main entrance, next to the visitor centre.
As well as a toilet block and unpowered sites you find in many national park camps, there are 14 powered sites, a shower block, coin-operated washing machines and clothes driers.
Additionally, you’ll find a communal cooking shelter with free electric barbecues and sink with hot water. Plus the site has bins and water fill up stations. As expected, no pets are allowed.
Manda said, “We managed to score the last riverside camp big enough for a caravan and enjoyed four nights here exploring the wonderful Mount Field and surrounds.”
What to see and do?
She told CAMPS they loved their camp spot surrounded by nature, birds and the flowing Tyenna River. They spotted platypus, jumping trout, pademelons, possums and a rare native water rat having a swim. You are also within walking distance to see glow worms near Russell Falls.
You are right in the forest here. Remember, fires are only in the day use area, unless fire bans in place. Pay for your site at the Visitor Centre or self register. If it is booked out, you can check out National Park Hotel as an overflow.
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