Campervans & Motorhomes

Campervans and motorhomes are welcome throughout Tasmania in caravan parks and designated camping sites. This website lists where self-contained* campervans and motorhomes can stay free overnight in areas designated by local councils. Facilities in these areas are generally minimal. Campervans are also encouraged to stay at the many caravan parks in the region which offer full facilities.

Please dispose of all rubbish, recyclable materials, grey water and sewerage responsibly at designated points or take it with you. Designated sullage points in each town are listed on this website.

*A self-contained vehicle has internal cooking facilities; sleeping facilities plus water tanks for drinking and other purposes; holding tanks for grey water and toilet effluent, and shower facilities.

 

Camping

Camping is welcome throughout Tasmania in caravan parks and designated camping sites. Campers are encouraged to stay at the many caravan parks in the region which offer full facilities.

Do not camp in areas or parks where camping is not permitted. If in doubt check at the local Visitor Information Centre or with a local.

Do not light open fires anywhere before first checking they are allowed. Open fires are not permitted in any National Park in Tasmania.

Please dispose of all rubbish, recyclable materials, grey water and sewerage responsibly at designated points or take it with you. Designated sullage points in each town are listed on this website.

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