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The Ultimate Guide to CAMPING in TASMANIA (2023 Guide)

Bakers Beach Camping In Tasmania

Everything you need to know about camping in Tasmania as you prepare your Tasmania camping adventure: from itineraries and campgrounds to camping tips to packing lists!

Camping in Tasmania is often overshadowed by the myriad opportunities Australia provides a traveller.

But have you always dreamed of visiting Australia? Of camping under the stars and hiking epic landscapes?

So often it’s Great Ocean Road and Queensland that get all of the attention.

But did you know that around 40% of Tasmania is made up of mind-blowing national parks?

It has everything from mountains and crystal clear lakes, to white sandy beaches, beautiful bays, and dense forests. It also has famous sights like Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park, Bay of Fires, Port Arthur, Russell Falls, and Cradle Mountain.

This small island state has a lot to offer but skips the crazy driving distances for which Australia is known.

Want to cram maximum adventures into a short trip?

Tasmania is the perfect location for you.

It also has around 50 caravan parks and lots of amazing free camping for planning the ultimate road trip and camping holiday.

READ MORE: Check out our complete guide to the best places to visit in Tasmania!

Bakers Beach, Tasmania, pic by Steven Penton via Flickr

My Camping in Tasmania Guide

While Australia is one of the dream countries for road tripping and camping, Tasmania is often overlooked.

It’s a bit of a hidden gem for travellers because so many who visit the mainland never make it down to one of the most untouched parts of the country.

Tasmania is wild, untamed natural beauty at it’s finest.

It even rivals the famous New Zealand landscapes with its epic views.

Want to breathe the crispest, cleanest air straight from Antarctica and stand on the Edge of the World looking out to Africa?

The only place to do it is Tasmania. 

Not only is it unbelievably beautiful, but Tasmania is one of the easiest places in Australia to visit.

You can easily road trip the whole island on a budget with just a two-week itinerary.

Or you can spend months exploring the coastlines and enjoy luxury stays.

It’s perfect for any itinerary and offers a real blend of history and culture, awe-inspiring landscapes, adventure and ways to get active.

Plus the island boasts some amazing delicacies to tantalise your tastebuds.

Whether you want to climb a mountain, taste local oysters and wines, or see artwork that will blow your mind – there’s something for everyone.

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