Campgrounds Coles Bay Tasmania


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Camping Coles Bay, Freycinet National Park East Coast Tasmania is a very popular tourist and holiday destination offering spectacular scenery, great bushwalks, beautiful beaches and a relaxed holiday vibe. Coles Bay is famous for its attraction Wineglass Bay which attracts tens of thousands of visitors each year, People are also drawn to Coles Bay for camping, bushwalking, swimming, fishing, kayaking and other sea activities including boating. Coles Bay sits beneath stunning, sheer pink granite mountains overlooking the calm, crystal clear water of Oyster Bay and which provide a dramatic backdrop to this beautiful coastal town. The stunning white beaches and crystal clear waters offer the ideal location for swimming, boating, kayaking and fishing. Coles Bay is your base for exploring Freycinet National Park with its spectacular coastal scenery that includes Wineglass Bay, and which is rated as one of the ten best beaches in the world. Visitors might like to take an award-winning sea kayak tour or cruise the Peninsula by light aircraft, by doing an eco-cruise or even do a Quad bike tour. Visitors to this region can also indulge in fine food and indulge in world-class wines and visit many stunning wineries in the region. The Freycinet National Park is a wildlife haven and home to Tasmanian pademelons, white-breasted sea eagles, red-necked wallabies and provides spectacular displays of a wide variety of native orchids during the right season. The many walks in the area range from easy ten-minute walk to the beach and rocks around Sleepy Bay, on route to Cape Tourville or much longer, full day and multi-day walks. Due to extremely high demand for campsites at the Freycinet National Park, Coles Bay a ballot system operates for campsites occupied from the 18th December until the 10th February and for Easter each year. The ballot system is drawn in early August, and applications must be received by Freycinet National Park by the 31st of July and can be submitted by letter, facsimile or e-mail. You can download the ballot online from Parks & Wildlife Tasmania website. Persons wishing to camp at Coles Bay should always contact the Freycinet Parks & Wildlife Visitor Reception Office on (03) 6256 7004 for bookings at all times of the year.

There are a number of camping options at Coles Bay:

  1. Camping Friendly Beaches
  2. Camping River Rocks
  3. Camping Wineglass Bay

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