Private caravan camping near Snug

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6 top caravan sites near Snug

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Creekside Camp

1 site · RV, Tent2 acres · Margate, TAS
Welcome to the fresh Tassie country air. Our property is located south of Hobart, with open green paddocks surrounded by rolling hills and woodland. We have lots of wallabies and possums, and if you're lucky you'll get to see the local platypus in the creek. Close to the Longley Hotel which serves meals and has regular live music. 1.5km to Sandfly General Store. 10 minutes drive to a dump point. 
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AU$35
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Ranelagh Retreat

1 site · RV, Tent40 acres · Huonville, TAS
Valley views, picturesque and quiet. Located on a no-through road yet close to the famous Summer Kitchen Bakery, Home Hill Winery, and Willie Smiths. Central to Huonville and the town amenities including a pump station. Lots of wildlife around and we have sighted regularly a pair of Eagles and quolls, heard Tassie Devils and plenty of wallabies. Ranelagh Retreat offers an area suitable for multiple tents and or caravan. Easy access through a gate to an elevated flat area. Pets welcome and can arrange electric fencing for horses. Camp-fire according to fire safety regulations. This is a quiet spot for overnight or longer stays in the area.
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AU$15
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South Bruny Paradise

1 site · RV, Tent24 acres · South Bruny, TAS
Escape to South Bruny Island.  The campground is spread across a bushland setting with water views.  Take a short walk to enjoy the beach at Little Taylor's Bay.  Off the grid and suited to self contained campers, with a strict leave no trace policy.  Camp fires are permitted and firewood provided.  Enjoy the peaceful surroundings with visits from local wildlife.  The perfect spot from which to explore all that Bruny Island has to offer.
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AU$30
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Sounds Rivulet Campsite

1 site · RV, Tent85 acres · Murdunna, TAS
Sounds Rivulet is a private bush campsite at Murdunna for people to enjoy while visiting the Forestier and Tasman Peninsulas. Campers can expect to have the entire site to themselves, shared with only the local wildlife. Only one group can book the site at a time. Sounds Rivulet is a small freshwater stream that runs all year round and is less than 100 meters from the campsite. Sounds Rivulet is pet friendly and campfires are allowed in the designated area on suitable days, not on total fire ban days. Please check the TAS Fire website for updates on fire bans. The campground has easy access for large vehicles with a turning circle, suitable for people with two-wheel drive cars, large cars towing caravans and boats, not for very large caravans ( a guest found it too challenging to get their car plus 9 meter caravan into the site) . There is a composting toilet for campers to use, please bring your own loo paper. There are also public toilets located 2km away, near the Murdunna shop which stocks a small range of groceries, supplies, and fuel. There is also a jetty and boat ramp at Murdunna. The campsite is centrally located and provides a perfect base to explore the natural beauty the surrounding area offers. A five-minute drive south will bring you to amazing views over the Tasman sea cliffs and the Cubed Coffee Van at Pirates Bay Lookout. A further two minutes south will take you to Eaglehawk Neck Beach. Dunalley Bay is a five-minute drive north and a perfect place to watch the sunset over the Bay. The Tasman Peninsula is home to world-class fishing and hiking, there are also a range of surf breaks for all abilities and a sheltered beach a short drive from the camp at Sommers Bay. Kids under 12 stay free!
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AU$30
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Bruny Island Bush Camp

2 sites · RVs, Tents60 acres · Lunawanna, TAS
This property features all the elements required for a camping adventure. Located on Bruny Island on an open paddock in a bush setting, you will have 60 acres to explore or relax in complete privacy. Arrive here using Sealink Bruny Island ferry. and take the Blinkbonny Rd Turn off traveling for approx 500m from the corner. The campsite is best suited to self-contained 4WD campers who must bring their own toilet/shower facilities, drinking water and supplies. Pets on leashes are welcome. Campfires are permitted in the dedicated firepit. Take a stroll down to the beach and have a swim in the turquoise coloured water at Little Taylor Bay, or explore the bush and look for spotted par-ado, swift parrot, sea and nesting pair of wedge tail eagles, hawks, plovers, honey eaters, wrens, herons, brone wing pigeons just to name some of the birds. We also have a few of the famous white kangaroos, plus lots of smaller wallabies. There are good trails for hikes and mountain biking at the Mount Midway Forest Reserve and Mount Bruny Forest Reserve. Don't miss out on the Cape Bruny Lighthouse Tour - built in 1836, it's the only heritage listed lighthouse open for tours. Please stay within the property boundaries as shown, there is no access to Daniels Bay.
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AU$45
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Falcon Ridge

1 site · RV, Tent200 acres · TAS
Falcon Ridge is 208 acres of rural paradise on the way to Orford or into the township of Sorell (which is 15 minutes away). The property slopes up from the road to a large ridge line, on the right days, you will see Peregrine falcons or wedge-tailed eagles using the uplift to effortlessly soar over our property. We also have multiple echidnas that share our property, along with a family of shy wombats (that you might be lucky enough to see at dawn and dusk). The majority of the property is native eucalyptus bushland, with a few more open acres. There are sweeping views to the North and East. The property has options for all vehicle types, although some minor levelling may be required in parts for vans/campers. You're welcome to bring your dog along too! We can only accept self-contained campers, so you'll need to have your own camp toilet. There is a dump point located in Sorell (15 mins away). Located on the property are multiple fire trails, perfect for an evening or morning walk. Pushbikes are also very welcome and the more adventurous types can make full use of some of the steeper sections of the property. A fire pit has been made for your use. There is an abundance of sticks on the ground for you to collect an burn (subject to fire restrictions). Settle in, and experience the resident wildlife during the day or the Milky Way at night.
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AU$16
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If you're looking for camping near Snug, Tasmania in Australia, Hipcamp has over 370 options for you to choose from. With options as low as $10 per night, you're sure to find something that fits your budget. Some of the top campsites in the area include Craigbourne Estate (128 reviews), Ryelands Farm & Vineyard (86 reviews), and Ladychapel Camp Grounds (46 reviews). These campsites offer popular amenities such as pet-friendly areas, showers, and toilets. And if you're into off-roading, historic sites, or surfing, you'll find plenty of opportunities for those activities as well. Happy camping!

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