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tasmania 4wd tracks When visiting Tasmania to enjoy 4 wheel driving, you have many accommodation options and can choose from tent sites, powered or unpowered sites for caravans, campervans or camper trailers or choose self-contained cabins, or maybe camp in a national park.

Tasmania is without doubt of the easiest and most unspoiled places to camp or explore in a campervan, motorhome or caravan, where you can quickly move from a coastal location to an unspolit wilderness location deep within a national park without having to drive for hours and hours. App. 40 % of Tassie is protected as national parks and reserves and there are more than 50 caravan parks statewide for your convenience.

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Tasmania has a wide range and variety of attractions

Featured Camping Locations Tasmania:
- Bay Of Fires
- Wineglass Bay
- Macquarie Heads
- Camping Cradle Mountain

Through out our website you will see references to camping in Tasmania. We provide a comprehensive list of campsites, both free and paid for your to consider when four wheel driving in Tasmania.

The following information is provided by National Parks & Wildlife Tasmania to ensue that camping remains sustainable while all campers have a safe and enjoyable stay in Tassie.

Plan ahead and prepare - please note and observe the following:

  • Camping fees contribute directly to the upkeep of the campground where they
    are collected and therefore are not transferable and apply if site is occupied
    after 7pm
  • Firearms and chainsaws are not permitted on reserve land unless authority is
    granted through a notice, sign or license,
  • Dogs and horses are permitted in some reserves – please check with Parks
    staff for permission and conditions.
  • Total fire bans can happen at short notice - it is advisable to carry a fuel stove.
    Length of stay varies among reserves. Check with Parks staff.
  • Keep camping equipment and vehicles within site boundaries
    Digging of drains, channels or pits is not permitted
  • Dispose of waste properly
  • Please take all rubbish with you or use rubbish receptacles if provided.
    Disposing of black water into campground toilets kills the composting
    process.
  • Dispose of black water only at facilities listed in the Caravan and
    Campervan Guide to Tasmania.
  • Leave what you find
  • Plants , animals, historic artefacts and rocks are protected and should not be
    removed or damaged.
  • Dead trees and branches provide refuges and homes for wildlife. Please do
    not cut or remove.
  • Aboriginal middens (shell and bone deposits) are found in and around sand
    dunes. These sites are protected and should not be disturbed.
  • Remains of historic use such as huts, footings, walls and fences are protected
    and should not be disturbed.
  • Minimise campfire impacts
  • Campfires are permitted in fireplaces provided only, except on days of total
    fire ban.
  • Keep fires small and take all reasonable steps to prevent the fire from
    spreading.
  • Do not leave fires unattended. Extinguish fully with water before leaving. It is
    an offence to leave a fire unattended without being fully extinguished
    Respect wildlife
  • Please do not feed the wildlife, let them feed themselves.
  • Be considerate of other visitors
  • Please vacate site by 11am and leave it in a clean and tidy condition.
  • Please be considerate with music levels and other noise.
  • Generators are permitted in designated areas area only.
  • For pedestrian safety, travel at walking speed.
  • Unregistered off-road motorcycles and ATVs are not permitted to be driven in
    or around camping areas
  • Please report any damage to facilities to Parks staff.
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You can choose from formal or informal camp sites. Formal camp sites are typically those within national parks and in forest reserves managed by Forestry Tasmania or Hydro Tasmania.

Informal campsites are marked as such and you need to check on usage requirements at each site. Please respect their use and keep them clean and tidy for other travellers.

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off-road tasmania 4wd Tasmania is a great place to go camping. There are many great campsites across Tasmania; many of them are free! Click for more information on camping in Tasmania.
4wd gps tasmania Many campsites require that you carry your own firewood, or strictly use only wood provided in designated fire pots.
Please respect the environment!
water tasmania As a rule of thumb, always carry plenty of fresh, clean drinking water when camping in some of Tassie's more rugged areas.
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