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Sherwood River Camp

30 sites · RVs, Tents70 acres · Latrobe, TAS
Welcome to Sherwood River Camp, our self contained camping grounds with access to the Wild Mersey MTB trails. The camp grounds are located just 8 minutes from Latrobe and 15 minutes from Devonport.The camping area is located on the banks of the Mersey River where you can enjoy your favourite water activities or just relax by the water side and enjoy the sounds of nature.Campers must be self contained with their own camping toilet and must take all waste and rubbish with them on departure. Pets are welcome but please keep them under control. We have rain water available as well.We recommend a 4x4 vehicle when towing caravans as the driveway to the property is gravel and on a hill.This is a working farm so please have respect for the host property and livestock.$10 per person, per night. Kids under 12 are free so don't put them as part of your booking. 
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AU$10
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Duckbill Banks Camping

12 sites · RVs, Tents35 acres · Osmaston, TAS
Conveniently located between Launceston and Devonport, Buckbill Banks Camping offers a beautiful, level camping area overlooking Quamby Brook Creek. The 35-acre property offers views of Quamby Bluff, and various options to explore and relax. Find yourself a nice quiet spot, where you can enjoy peace and quiet. Although we take several bookings at once, you are guaranteed a secluded nook, there is plenty of space. There is a woodfired hot tub beside the creek, which all campers have access to. Imagine star gazing from the hot tub of an evening, or enjoying a morning soak whilst keeping your eyes peeled for the resident platypus in their natural habitat! Firewood is provided for the hot tub, as well as your individual campfires. The hot Tub is not for wild parties, but to relax and view the native wild life, quietly watch the platypus in their natural environment. Please note, we accept one camper trailer/caravan per booking. If you are traveling in a group with multiple caravans, you will need to book multiple sites - but will still be able to camp together. The property has good access for all types of vehicles.
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AU$40
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The Forest

3 sites · RVs, Tents133 acres · Nunamara, TAS
Explore northern Tasmania with this affordable base camp. Stay for up to 29 nights per booking. There are are a few things to do on the property if you don't feel the need to travel. There are a few trails throughout the forest perfect for quad bikes, short bushwalks and wildlife spotting. There is a large dam in a secluded spot that would be a great place to swim on a hot summer's day Easy access to the Tasman Highway.
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AU$5
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Cherry Top Farmstay

218 sites · RVs, Tents16 acres · Lilydale, TAS
This is an organic farm, Lilydale Organic Vegetable Enterprises, better known as "LOVE". Bring your RV/motorhome, caravan or tent and visit! We offer mountain views in a quiet country setting. Our small farm offers a flat camping spot or place for your motor home with it's own access. We do have a toilet for campers and wifi also at the farmhouse. Hire a fire pit with your booking and we'll supply some wood. Washing machine by arrangement. The Lilydale Pool is open 3-6pm in summer and is 1km and free for showers. When you arrive with a big trailer enter through the WOODEN GATES and stay on the flat. Walk up and visit the farmhouse. If you are after something more comfortable you can book the self contained cottage or villa in our other listing.
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AU$15
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The Y at Badger Head

35 sites · RVs25 acres · Badger Head, TAS
We are located on 25 acres of serene, private bush and pasture that bounds the Narawntapu National Park. We have a beautiful beach that's only a 3-5 minute walk away.Our property offers lots of space for you to choose the ideal private spot. Take advantage of the beautiful views or if you prefer, choose a spot that is more sheltered.  Guests are required to fully self contained with their own toilet/shower facilities and must take all waste and rubbish with them on departure.Campfires are allowed when there are no restrictions in place and you can bring your own fire pit. You can help yourself to fallen kindling around the property but please BYO firewood and do not fell any of our trees.Pets are allowed but as our neighbours have sheep please ensure they are kept restrained and under your control at all times. Please clean up after your pets.Across the road is a beautiful beach for swimming, fishing, picnicking and relaxing. There are great National Park walking tracks with stunning coastal views close by for guests to explore. You will need a Parks Pass to do this and they can be purchased online.
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AU$18
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Stringybark Bush Camp

1 site · RV, Tent200 acres · Blessington, TAS
Stringybark is a quiet 80 hectare rural property in the North East of Tasmania, featuring bush, native grassland and 4 beautiful lakes. It's the perfect place to kick back and relax, enjoy the views, the abundant wildlife and refreshing swims in the lakes on the property. If you feel like going for a wander, you can spend hours exploring the bush and native grasslands on the property and if you're keen on climbing the hill you get rewarded with amazing views over the Great Western Tiers. Why not take your mountain bike up there and enjoy the downhill ride afterwards? Sunsets are spectacular at Stringybark and the skies phenomenal during clear nights. Although it feels like the end of the world, surrounded by bush and wildlife, we're only 30 minutes drive from Launceston CBD, Ben Lomond National Park and Josef Chromy's winery and only a 20 minute drive from Launceston Airport, making it a perfect base to explore Launceston and surrounds. You need to be fully self contained and there are no amenities. But there is a beautiful lake with jetty to swim in. We live on the property, just a stone's throw from the camp site, so if you ever need anything, just shout out. Dogs are permitted, however strictly on lead only to protect the wildlife and our sheep. If your dog gets very excited around wildlife or sheep, this may not be a suitable stay, since they might come right up to your camp. Please note, that Stringybark is a working property and we currently have some exciting building projects going on around our Tiny House and big shed. While we'll always respect your privacy and keep noise levels to a minimum, please be aware that tools, building material and other rural property stuff can be present at any time (never on the campsite though). Please ALWAYS supervise children and pets, particularly in the following areas: -bush and grass areas where snakes can be present most of the year -around the shed where we store farm materials -around our lakes which are not fenced in
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Tamar River View Retreat

1 site · RV3 acres · Hillwood, TAS
Only 20 minutes out of Launceston, this peaceful oasis with stunning views, is waiting for you to take a break. Flat area with gravel and patio area to use. Central spot to explore East Tamar; West Tamar with Batman Bridge close by, Hillwood Strawberry Farm just a stone throw away+lots of fishing spots, walks and places to relax and enjoy the beautiful Tamar Valley. Bridport and Georgetown are about 30 minutes away, offering beaches to have a swim, mountain bike trails as well as shopping and eat out opportunities. Numerous golf courses and wineries are awaiting your visit too.
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AU$25
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Stooge Farm Wilderness Retreat

13 sites · RVs, Tents70 acres · Weegena, TAS
Stooge Farm is located on the banks of the beautiful Tuluminakali (Mersey) River, 50 mins from Launceston airport, and 40 minutes from the Devonport Ferry Terminal. Stooge Farm is a secluded hideaway from the rest of the world, located at the at the end of a country lane, in a protected valley surrounded by state forest. The property is partly cleared and partly forested and is situated on, and surrounded by, a bend in the Mersey River in the shadow of Tulumpanga (the Gog Range). Stooge Farm is home to abundant wildlife including wallabies, echidna, wombats and a healthy population of platypus which can often be sighted at dusk along the river. Embrace rest, swimming, canoeing, fishing, barbequeeing, bushwalking, birdwatching in the lost world of Stooge Farm Tasmania Only 20 minutes from the lovely regional town of Deloraine where you can stock up on supplies, enjoy a good coffee and the many amenities and historic streetscapes. It is a great launching place for all kinds of nature-based activities such as bushwalking, white-water rafting, rock-climbing, mountain biking and more. Cradle Mountain, the Great lake, the upper Mersey Valley, the Western Tiers and extensive World Heritage wilderness areas are all within an hour or so of Stooge Farm. Stooge Farm is located in its own peaceful valley along the Mersey River and has some of the best fishing, swimming and kayaking opportunities you could find anywhere. There are numerous campsites along the riverbanks, as well as beautiful walks along the river. Stooge Farm is a safe and secluded place away from the hustle and bustle of the mad modern world. As well as camping, it is also available to rent for a variety of purposes; as the ultimate fishing retreat, for wedding, birthday and other significant life events, as a yoga, meditation and lifestyle retreat, or simply the ultimate holiday destination. This is such a special place that you really need to come and experience it for yourself to believe it. We await your visit. *Some important notes before you book: - Campers must have their own toilet and must remove all waste and rubbish. Dogs are welcome but must be leashed at all time. - River water is available but drink at own risk. - We recommend a strong vehicle, and a 4WD when towing caravans as the road in is steep. - This is a quiet peaceful place, and to respect the wildlife and other campers we have a strictly no generators, amplified music or unnecessary noise. We will have to ask you to remove your dog if it barks. - Please exercise extreme caution with fires as we are in a high risk area. Keep your fire small and in the fireplaces provided; put your fire out if there is no one attendance. No fires during windy conditions or days or fire ban. It is your responsibility to monitor and assess local conditions and fire regulations.
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Longford Farm Campsite

4 sites · Tents1 acre · Longford, TAS
Longford Farm Campsite is a 1 acre property is located in Longford, 3 mins from the local shopping centres with access to food outlets, petrol station, medical clinic and public toilets. The camp site itself has power and water with a beautiful sunset view with local trails and parks for recreational activates. The property is located a 19 min drive to Launceston, an hours and 12 mins to Devonport, 2 hours and 25 min from hobart
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AU$36
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Valmont Farms

5 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Whitemore, TAS
We are a horse farm and equestrian venue. We offer a large flat carpark and some grassy area for campers with access to a toilet only. We do not offer horse riding lessons to visitors although saying hello to horses over the fence is an option. We are close to AGFEST, the great western tiers, 2 hours to Cradle Mountain and many of the tourist locations of the North of Tasmania. We are 25 minutes to Launceston and the Launceston Airport. 10 minutes from the historic townships of Westbury and Carrick.
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Iron Pot Bay Vineyard

3 sites · RVs25 acres · Rowella, TAS
We are a family-owned vineyard tucked into the tiny town of Rowella, with 5.5 hectares under vine. We're offering a tranquil spot amongst the vines for self-contained campers, where you can sit back, enjoy a sunset, and soak up the serenity and views. We are Julieanne and Ashli, a hard-working mother/daughter duo growing 8 varieties of grapes to produce excellent cool-climate wines. During your stay, you are welcome to enjoy a complimentary wine tasting in our century-old cottage. You can also purchase a bottle or two to savor on your trip. The property is conveniently located just 40 minutes North of Launceston, and within close proximity (less than 10 minutes walk) to three excellent Tamar Valley cellar doors, the Lavender House Perfumery, and Rowella Cherry Farm. Just 20 minutes away is the Platypus House, Seahorse World, Beaconsfield (Beaconsfield Mine and Heritage Center), and Beauty Point, and we're 30 minutes from Narawntapu National Park entrance and beautiful Green's Beach. Across the river, you can take in a little history at George Town and Low Head.
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Pockets Farm

4 sites · RVs, Tents32 acres · Beaconsfield, TAS
Pockets Farm is a total of 32 acres, set on the very edge of the small town Beaconsfield known for its gold mine. The farm itself is slowly being cleaned up and returned to its former glory. The thing that sold this farm to us was the beautiful big dam everyone who sees it says it’s magical. Come and have a look for yourself
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