Camping Bellingham Coastal Reserve - SITE NO LONGER OPEN
The Bellingham Coastal Reserve free camping area is located in Bellingham, approximately 35 kilometres from George Town and 21 kilometres from Bridport. Bellingham is on the C82, which is accessed by taking the C852. At the Bellingham Picnic area, take a right turn and you will find the camping area located some 200 metres along the road. The camping area offers shade and good grassed camping spots, and is suitable for camervans or your caravan. The Bush campsites are located among coastal vegetation on the Eastern side of Bellingham THIS CAMPSITE IS NO LONGER OPEN
- maximum stay
- Powered sites
- RANGER ON SITE
- Contact No.
- Fresh Water
- Dogs Allowed
- National Park
Bellingham is tiny coastal town in Northern Tasmania on the mouth of the Pipers River directly opposite Weymouth. Bellingham is located some 60 kms from Launceston, 21 km from Bridport and 40 km from George Town. The township is mostly made up of shacks used by locals during summer.
In recent years the George Town Council has upgraded many of the roads in this area allowing better access to Bellingham. As well as the camping ground, there is a tennis court and beaches. From Bridport to Bellingham there is a popular 4WD track.
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