Camping lake gairdner free campground fishing
Lake Gairdner camping, Moina central highlands of Tasmania is a large, privately owned paddock along the edge of Lake Gairdner. The camping spot is well known by locals and welcomes campers. Entry to this camping spot is just before a white bridge app. 4 kilometres off the main road. There are no facilities, no maintenance so campers must be fully self-sufficient. Another campsite along the creek beneath the bridge is also ideal only large enough for 1 campervan or 1 tent only. Lake Gairdner camping is suitable for campervans, caravans and motorhomes. Lake Gairdner is located on the banks of this hydro lake. Often if the campground at Cradle Mountain is full this campground can offer a good alternative, but you must be fully self-sufficient by carrying your own firewood and drinking water. Turn west off the Cradle Mountain Rd C132, 1 km south of Moina. Follow a dirt road to just before a white bridge, where you will find an unshaded open paddock where you can camp both immediately before the bridge on the left hand side, and immediately to the right just over the bridge.
- maximum stay
- Powered sites
- RANGER ON SITE
- Contact No.
- (03) 6271 6221
- Fresh Water
- Dogs Allowed
- National Park
Cradle Mountain Rd C132, 1 km south of Moina
Please note this camping location is suitable only for fully self sufficient campers, as there are no facilities. There is a grat campsite at Lake Gairdner just before the white bridge with a welcome sign. Here you can simply relax, fish or go kayaking. Remember, however, you need to be fully self sufficient to camp at Lake Gairdner.
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