Are you set up for free camping? We have head wonderful things about the free camping opportunities in Tasmania.  We can’t wait to experience the beauty of the apple isle off the grid!  During our Red Centre escape last year we had a few nights free camping and we loved it! It is very hard to explain the feeling of being in the middle of nature at it’s best, surrounded by pure beauty and peace.  Some find it creepy (check out our article asking if it’s Creepy or Safe?) and others know no other way of camping.  We are fairly new to free camping and are very excited to include more in our Tassie trip…

We asked our awesome community what their Top Free Camp spots were and these were a few mentioned.  We love Wikicamps and found it very useful during our last few adventures.  I am sure it will get a work out when we hit Tassie!

Please add your favourites below and stay tuned for the next instalment in our Tassie Planning series.

FREE CAMPS that our community LOVE:

Swimcart Beach – Bay of Fires

Swimcart Beach – Image: Lewis’ Exploring Oz

Chain of Lagoons – North of Bicheno

Pyenhana Recreation Ground – Donation please

Franks Camp – Friendly Beachs – 4WD Only

Liffey Falls

Liffey Falls – Photo: Kombi Club

Dunalley Hotel

Cockle Creek

Sloop Reef – Bay of Fires

Boat Harbour Beach

Cosy Corner

Cosy Corner – Photo: Free Camping Australia




Cooee Point – Burnie

Cooee Point – Photo: Munday Musings

Lake Burbury – Queenstown

Public hot showers on the wharf at St Helens and Scottsdale

Trial Bay

Jeanneret Beach – Bay of Fires

Lions Park – Scottsadale

South Arm RSL

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