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Black River Camp Road, , , Tasmania, Australia

The Black River Camping Area has some nice level spots to park your caravan, or pitch a tent. There are drop toilets, and a few fire pits, the campsites are reasonably private, and its only a short walk to the beach. Note: There is a Maximum stay of one m ...
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FacilitiesAmenities Block, Fixed Fire places, Fishing, Mobile Phone Reception, Pet Friendly
Free Camping, 96 Hour Limit
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Channel Highway, , , Tasmania, Australia

The Gordon Foreshore Reserve Camping Area has a maximum of 96 Hours to camp here. The views are nice and there is plenty of level ground to park your caravan, or pitch a tent under the foreshore trees. BBQ's rubbish bins and dog friendly, its a good place ...
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FacilitiesAmenities Block, BBQ, Fishing, Mobile Phone Reception, Pet Friendly
Jonah Bay Campsite
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Guns Wash Road, , , Tasmania, Australia

The Jonah Bay Campsite has some excellent fishing spots with access to sheltered shorelines and shallow weedy bays to catch a trout or two.Arthurs Lake has some of the best trout fishing available in Tasmania Entrance to the Jonah Bay Campsite Jonah B ...
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FacilitiesAmenities Block, Fishing, Pet Friendly
Latrobe Motorhome Stop
Camping Fees Apply, 48 Hour Limit
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Cotton Street, , , Tasmania, Australia

The Latrobe Motorhome Stop has a 48 Hour Limit for campers. There is a public toilet and a dump point here, and plenty of room to park your caravan or motorhome. An added bonus is that the local IGA store is quite close, so filling the pantry is very easy ...
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FacilitiesAmenities Block, Dump Point, Mobile Phone Reception, Pet Friendly, Water Taps
Camping Fees Apply
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325 Old Port Road, , , Tasmania, Australia

The Montagu Camping Area has restrictions as to how many weeks or months you can camp here. They close during October for site maintenance, so I'd suggest you phone ahead to book your campsite, and check availability. Montagu Camping Area location map

FacilitiesAmenities Block, BBQ, Fixed Fire places, Fishing, Mobile Phone Reception, Pet Friendly, Water Taps
Camping Fees Apply
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Bass Highway, , , Tasmania, Australia

The Peggs Beach Conservation Area Campgrounds is controlled by Parks Tasmania. Entrance to the Peggs Beach Conservation Area Campgrounds Peggs Beach Conservation Area Campgrounds location map

FacilitiesAmenities Block, BBQ, Fixed Fire places, Fishing, Mobile Phone Reception
Pump House Bay campground
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Unnamed Road, , , Tasmania, Australia

The Pump House Bay campground is located on Arthurs Lake and can be closed during the winter months. This campsite can get snow during the colder months,This lake has some of the best trout fishing in Tasmania, so those who enjoy fishing will like this ca ...
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FacilitiesAmenities Block, Boat Ramp, Fixed Fire places, Fishing, Pet Friendly, Water Taps
Sorell Council Overnight Stop Area
Camping Fees Apply, 5 Day Limit
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Montague Street, , , Tasmania, Australia

The Sorell Council Overnight Stop Area has a minimal fee, and for the money you get a BBQ, undercover picnic tables, potable water and a dump point.Note: The maximum permitted stay is 5 nights.Permits are available from the Council offices between 8:00am ...
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FacilitiesBBQ, Playground, Dump Point, Mobile Phone Reception, Pet Friendly
Sightseeing Location, Caravan Park Low Cost
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137 Winduss Road, , , Tasmania, Australia

The Wing's Wildlife Park also has a campground attached, with special dispensation for access to the wildlife park. Entrance to the Wing's Wildlife Park Wing's Wildlife Park location map

FacilitiesAmenities Block, LPG Gas Refills, Laundry, Mobile Phone Reception, Wheelchair Toilet Access

Can I Camp Overnight in a Rest Area?


The answer is generally, NO.
These rest areas have been set aside on main arterial roads, so you can take a short break from driving when your feeling tired.
They are a place to freshen up a bit, before safely continuing on with your journey.

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