Camping TOP CAMP Mt William National Park Tasmania
Campground Top Camp Mt William National Park, Musselroe Bay Northeast Tasmania, spectacular location, suit smaller campers, caravans, camper-trailers and campervans. Tent based camping is not recommended, as the area gets incredibly windy and is exposed to very strong North-westerly winds. The gravel road leading from the signposted road at Musselroe Bay is generally in reasonable condition and suitable for most vehicles, but bigger vehicles may have trouble after heavy rains as the road is susceptible to potholes and large puddles. It is not possible to book to camp at Top Camp Mt William, and all sites are unpowered. The only facility is a single basic pit toilet, there is no water and no rubbish collection. The area is patrolled by rangers. Dogs are strictly prohibited at Mt WIlliam National Park, and in all National Parks in Tassie. Mt William National Park is located in the far northeast of Tasmania and is reported as one of the least visited National Parks in Tasmania. This part of Tasmania is simply magnificent, and offers excellent boating, camping, fishing, bushwalking, sightseeing and relaxation opportunities. By contrast, Camping Bay of Fires is extremely popular, and not that far away.
$13 (2 people)
7 nights $50
- maximum stay
- Powered sites
- RANGER ON SITE
- Contact No.
- (03) 6357 1043
- Dogs Allowed
- National Park
C845 Musselroe Bay township, 4km along a dirt track (signposted)
National park entry fees apply Mt William National Park, including the Top Camp campground. Generally,Campgrounds in the Mt William National Park are accessed via narrow tracks are not suitable for large caravans and motorhomes. Your vehicle may suffer serious damamge due to limited manoeuvring space and large overhanging tree branches. Small to medium sized caravans and motorhomes can be accommodated in all campgrounds except Stumpys number 2, which is for tent-based camping only.
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