Prickly Wattle Campground Camping Area manuka

This very large camping ground and camping area Manuka, Arthur River is located on the right just before you reach the Arthur River Ranger Station. It is a large grassed area and there are heaps of very good campsites with ood shelter from the wind that can be strong in this area. Ideal for families. Ideal for campervans, motorhomes and caravans. The Prickly Wattle Campsite is located just out of the Arthur River community and features excellent secluded sites, with most serviced by river water (water must be boiled) and pit toilets. Fire drums are provided, however wood should be used sparingly and any fire restrictions are often in place during warmer Summer months. Arthur River is the name of both a river and a small township on the northern part of the West Coast of Tasmania, Australia. At the 2006 census, Arthur River and the surrounding area had a permanent population of just 121 people. The fishing is very good at Arthur River; Salmon from November to April and Trout in season. Mostly firm sand allows most vehicles to drive onto the beach to launch a boat or fish off the beach. Off shore islands interrupt the breaking waves, while rock pools are common and interesting.

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  •  FROM
    AUD $13 p/site
    AUD $0 (<17)
    Serviced sites
  • NO
  • Limited
  • maximum stay
  • NA
  • Powered sites
  • NO
  • Available
  • Contact No.
  • 03 6457 1225
  • Fresh Water
  • YES - Limited
  • Dogs Allowed
  • NO
  • National Park
  • NO

Temma Road, Temma Arthur Pieman 7330

From Arthur River you can take a trip into the nearby forest for a 4wd expedition or take a cruise on the the Arthur River. The river flows through tall eucalypt forests and rainforests out to the sea. At Arthur River you can hire a canoe, Camp at Manuka, Peppermint or Prickly Wattle campgrounds. There are 2 small general stores. Fish for Salmon from November to April and Trout in season Crayfish and abalone are taken from Couta Rocks, Nelson Bay and Temma. Cruise boats operate daily on the river between mid September to mid June Visit the nearby old mining town of Balfour Visit Dismal Swamp Visitor Centre and the Maze

See also:

  • Camping Waratah
  • Camping Green Point
  • Camping Nelson Bay
  • Camping Arthur River