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Pockets Farm

· Beaconsfield, Tasmania
32 acres hosted by Rosanna L.
1 Vehicle/Tent site · 2 tent sites
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Recent Hipcampers say this Hipcamp is great for families and kids.
Private sites
100% of recent Hipcampers say the sites felt private.
Primitive camping
Best for self-contained campers. There are no toilets, showers, or potable water at this Hipcamp.
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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11 Ratings · 10 reviews
Trudy H.recommends
May 5, 2024
Site 1 - Pockets Farm (Ollie)
Good central, private location with dam, fire pit & kayaks. The camp is very central to Seahorse World, Platypus House and Beaconsfield Gold Mine. And you need a full 1-2 days to fit these places into your schedule. And I highly recommend visiting all of them. So it makes for a nice retreat without having to drive miles out of town to come back into town to see those listed over 1-2 days. I enjoyed the serenity of being at the site alone, which provided a photographic opportunity and memory of the damn on sunset. Much appreciated was the firewood, fire pit and supply of kayaks. Before leaving be sure to paddle the kayaks on the clear, still dam on a frosty morning. Superb experience. Many thanks for having me at your well manicured little place.
Edwina D.recommends
April 28, 2024
Site 2 - Pockets Farm (Shyla)
Really nice quiet and private site by the dam. Great spot for our young daughter to explore. Watching the sunset and walking through the fairy lights each evening was magical. Great location for exploring West Tamar. Would definitely stay again.
Felipe M.recommends
April 27, 2024
Site 1 - Pockets Farm (Ollie)
Quiet area protected from wind a plenty of space and wood for fireplace. Nice pond and close to town.
Jack H.recommends
April 4, 2024
Site 2 - Pockets Farm (Shyla)
Private sites with great amenities!
What a treat Pockets Farm is! Very cute sites, private with great amenities. Really thoughtfully created and hosts were lovely. Thanks for having us.
Ashlee Q.recommends
March 31, 2024
Site 2 - Pockets Farm (Shyla)
Such a perfect spot right next to the dam. Easy access and easy check in with our host. They've done so well making sure the separate camp sites they have are private and well away from others. Perfect for adults and kids. There were kayaks which we could use and a BBQ and picnic table at our site as well as wood to burn in the fire pit. The trees around the dam are lit with fairy lights which is beautiful. 100% would stay here again
Celine M.recommends
March 30, 2024
Site 1 - Pockets Farm (Ollie)
Awesome spot to camp. Spacious camp spots that aren’t close to other camp spots. Spots right by a dam. Definitely recommend!
Beaconsfield, Tasmania, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Palawa and Tyerrernotepanner First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Rosanna L.Joined in August 2022
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