Camping near Burnie with showers

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6 top campgrounds near Burnie with showers

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Blythe River Campground

14 sites · RVs, Tents110 acres · Camena, TAS
Located on the wonderful Tasmanian Wilderness Rivers alongside the beautiful Blythe River and Adams Creek. This peaceful camp site is perfect for families and solo campers. ​ Toilet and shower facilities are available. Campfires are permitted, but firewood is not supplied feel free to bring your own. This is a dog friendly campground but we ask that they are kept on a lead at all times. Burnie is around 20 kilometres away. Message will be sent through HipCamp for Arrival details.
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AU$22
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Marleen Herbs of Tasmania

6 sites · RVs, Tents185 acres · Barrington, TAS
We grow and process organic certified medicinal herbs and plants. The camping site is located in a beautiful location overlooking the lavender fields, in bloom december/january, with the ever-changing Mt Roland in the background. On days with cold southerly winds, alternative campingsites are available on the farm. Please contact us to find out. Includes use flushing toilet, hot shower and laundry (external access). Approx. 300m from the campsite. We are pet friendly. We've got room for up to 5 separate bookings. Due to shortage of personnel, we can no longer offer the farm tours. But hipcampers are welcome to have a walk among the herb fields. We are working together with other organic certified farmers. They lease parts of our land to grow vegetables. Hipcampers are welcome to have a walk around their crops as well.
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AU$15
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Cethana camp ground

6 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Sheffield, TAS
Peaceful relaxed environment, bushwalks , fishing in nearby lakes and rivers powered sites camp kitchen with fridge micro toaster kettle pizza oven and bbq , there are also toilets and hot shower you can also light fire pots that are provided you can source wood from the owner if needed . 35 min to cradle mountain
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AU$10
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Crayfish Creek Van and Cabin Park

15 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents20 acres · Crayfish Creek, TAS
Crayfish Creek is an ideal central base to explore Tasmania's northwest region. Enjoy the beaches, discover shell coves, creeks and forest reserves, all just a short stroll away. Try your hand at fishing or plan a bushwalk in the Rocky Cape National Park. The quaint town of Stanley is nearby where you can take a chairlift ride up The Nut, a volcanic plug discovered by explorers Bass and Flinders in 1798, or visit the Stanley Discovery Museum and
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AU$30
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Coffee ☕ Cacao 🍫 Hangout

2 sites · Tents1 acre · Sheffield, TAS
Please enjoy our suburban block nestled in the back of Sheffield which you will be delighted to find is quiet with lovely views of Mount Roland and rolling pastures. Just a 5 minute walk to the centre of town. We are in the motions of growing a fruit forest aswell as some of our daily food such as eggs, greens and herbs and would love to share with you what we can. Sheffield is close to mountain bike trails and local hiking spots. We would love to show you our organic coffee and chocolate businesses that we operate from home. Yes, we have samples! We have fresh roasted coffee and chocolate made from the bean in stock for purchase. We offer rain water hot showers, a washing machine and a toilet all situated inside of our 'earthship' glasshouse. There is access to town water and safe drinking rainwater which we think tastes delicious. Hope to meet you soon!
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AU$30
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Apex Beachside Holiday Park Ulvers

1 site · RV, Tent1 acre · West Ulverstone, TAS
The Apex Beachside Holiday Park is centrally located on the North West coast of Tasmania in a private beachside setting in the township of Ulverstone. A short 20 minute drive from the Spirit of Tasmania Terminal, Ulverstone is the perfect base to commence a tour of Tasmania including some of the state’s popular attractions Cradle Mountain, Leven Canyon, Gunns Plains Caves and the Tarkine Coast. The park has frontage and direct access to two beaches as well as the coastal pathway which passes immediately by the Parks main entry. The park is also home to a colony of little penguins, who return from a day at sea to their burrows in the foreshore reserve immediately adjacent to the campsites.
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AU$40
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Camping near Burnie with showers guide

Overview

Welcome to Hipcamp! If you're looking for camping near Burnie, Tasmania with shower facilities, you're in luck. We have over 199 options available in this area to cater to your specific preference. With an average price per night of $15 and options as low as $10, you can find a campsite that fits your budget. Some of our top campsites in the area include Blythe River Campground (178 reviews), Hill Top Farm Meander Tasmania (112 reviews), and Cherry Top Farmstay (78 reviews). Our popular amenities include toilets, trash facilities, and cooking equipment. You'll also have plenty of activities to choose from, including hiking, climbing, and horseback riding. Happy camping!

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