Camping Bronte Lagoon is very basic bush camping in the central highlands of Tasmania, and with no facilities DOGS OK No toilets, no shelter campers must be fully self-sufficient and the weather can cause significant challenges when camping Bronte Lagoon as this area is highly susceptible to snow, high winds, heavy rains and high temperatures during summer. To camp at Bronte Lagoon, campers must be fully self-sufficient and carry their own fuel stove, firewood, and freshwater. This camping area is used predominantly by fishermen and is not recommended for casual use. Camping at Bronte Lagoon is allowed for a maximum of 7 days only. Bronte Lagoon is surrounded by grassy paddocks, with large areas of woodland on the Lake’s southern and south-eastern shores, creating a perfect fly-fishing location with fish caught in this area highly prized by anglers who flock to this lake during trout season. There is a boat ramp nearby – camping is strictly allowed only in designated areas. See also: Camping Arthurs Lake – Camping Penstock lagoon – Camping Bradys Lake – Camping Laughing Jack Lagoon – Camping Lake Binney – Camping Woods Lake –
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The Bronte Lagoon camping area is to the west of the A10 Highway, south of the B11 Junction. Access to the camping area Bronte Lagoon is signposted off the A10, app. 200 metres south of the B11. This is a gravel road, and can be difficult to pass during times of bad weather and high snowfall.