Waratah Campground camping north west tasmania
The campground at Warath can be accessed by heading North West from Burnie on the B18 for a distance of app. 55 kilometres to an intersection A10. Turn right and then travel on the B23 for 7 kilometres until you reach Waratah. Then turn left at the Waratah Caravan Park sign and follow a track on the right to the back of the park. There are grassed tent sites as well as flat caravan sites. The park is convenient to shops, hotel, and the museum. Waratah is close to trout lakes, bushwalking tracks, waterfalls, gold panning, mine tours, the Pieman River cruises, and Cradle Mountain is about a 50 minutes' drive so Waratah makes an ideal base to explore the west coast. A deposit of $5.00 is required for the key. Camping fees for a powered site is $28, unpowered site is $22, facilities only is $16, self-contained $6. The campground Waratah is within walking distance to all Waratah attractions including the famous Waratah Waterfall. For bushwalkers, there is a choice of accessible walks in and around the town of Waratah including the beautiful Philosopher Falls Track. There is also a challenging 9-hole golf course, and the keen fisherman can fish for trout in the well stocked lake.
- maximum stay
- Powered sites
- RANGER ON SITE
- Contact No.
- (03) 6439 7100
- Fresh Water
- Dogs Allowed
- YES, on leads
- National Park
Murchison Highway, 40 Kms south of Somerset
Waratah Camping Ground offers caravan and campsite facilities at Waratah on Tasmania's west coast. Waratah is a small tin mining town situated halfway between Burnie and Queenstown. The campground is situated beside a small lake and has 30 campsites and 10 powered sites, electric barbeques, amenities block and laundry facilities.
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