Camping Scamander East Coast Tasmania coles bay

The Scamander Conservation Area free camping area is located on Tasmania's sunny east coast in an area that stretches along the east coast from Dian's Basin in the North to Falmouth in the South. There are two main campgrounds in this area: Paddy's Island camping area is accessed via signposted access off the A3 Highway, app. 2.5 kilometres North of the small seaside town of Beaumaris. Please note you must carry your own drinking water and firewood. Shelley Point also offers free camping Scamander, with access signposted off the A3 highway, located 2 kilometres souh of Beaumaris. From here you will travel 400 metres into a camping area that is sheltered amoungst natural vegetation. This located is sutable for caraavans and campervans, as long as they are not too big. There is also a day use area. You must carry your own firewood and drinking water. The pristine white sands beaches are a major attraction in this part of Tassie, and offer a range of activities including swimming, surfing and fishing. The Scamander River is renowned for bream fishing - offshore, dolphins and whales during migration season can be spotted from the beach.

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  •  From
  • NO
  • Limited
  • maximum stay
  • 4-weeks
  • Powered sites
  • Yes
  • Patrolled
  • Contact No.
  • (03) 6376 1550
  • Fresh Water
  • NO
  • Dogs Allowed
  • NO
  • National Park
  • NO

A3, Bicheno TAS 7215

No Charges - Max. Stay 4 weeks. No Showers, pit toilet only. You must carry own water. Fires only in provided fireplaces, own wood required - fuel stoves are recommended, There are ameneties and facilities at the nearby town of St Helens.

See also:

  • Camping St Helens
  • Camping Coles Bay
  • Camping Freycinet National Park
  • Camping Bay Of Fires
  • Camping Tevelien Falls
  • Camping Douglas Apsley National Park