Nelson Bay Sundown Point Campground Free Camping

Located app. 11 kilometres suth of the Arthur River ranger station on the C214 Road is the Nelson Bay Campground. This area is patrolled by the local Ranger. The campsites Nelson Bay are suitable only for fully independent travellers and campers - there are no facilities at this campsite. Nelson Bay campsiye, Sundown Point on the rugged west coast of Tasmania lies within the Arthur- Pieman Conservation area. This campground is one that is very well regarded by those who make the effort to camp at Nelson Bay, Sundon Point. The Nelson Bay campsite faces west towards the Southern Ocean - beyond here is Argentina, which is some 15,000 kilometres away. Permits are not required to access Sundown Point, including access to private shacks at Nelson Bay, Sarah Anne, Couta Rocks, Stinking Beach and Temma. Off-road permits are required for access to leased shacks in this area. The area from the mouth of the Arthur River to Sandy Cape is recognised by the Australian Heritage Commission and is on the Register of the National Estate for its Aboriginal heritage and cultural value.

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  •  FROM
    AUD $9 p/site
    AUD $0 (<17)
    AUD NA
  • NO
  • NO
  • maximum stay
  • NA
  • Powered sites
  • NO
  • Available
  • Contact No.
  • (03) 6457 1225
  • Fresh Water
  • NO
  • Dogs Allowed
  • NO
  • National Park
  • NO

Temma Road Nelson Bay TAS 7330

Beyond Arthur River is the Western Explorer route which is a journey for the more adventurous along gravel roads to reach Corinna on the Pieman River located some 100 km to the south. Reach Arthur River by taking the A2 for 50 km beyond Smithton to Marrawah where you will find awesome surfing and walks in wind swept beaches. Continue on gravel roads 14 km further south.

See also:

  • Camping Waratah
  • Camping Green Point
  • Camping Arthur River
  • Camping Manuka