The camping area at Green Point Marrawah is quite small and gets very busy over Summer and when the surf is strong. It is, however, one of the most picturesque campsites in campsites in Tasmania. Green Point Beach Marrawah Tasmania has been voted one of the three best surfing beaches in Australia. The free camping area Green Point Marrawah is located app. 2km from the small township of Marrawah. There are many Aboriginal rock carvings, especially around Green Point, Preminghana, and West Point in this region of Tasmania. There is a large surfing and windsurfing competition held in the area each year, given that the surf is world-class. This area of Tasmania features some of the cleanest air in the world, and some of Tasmania’s most spectacular scenery that photographers, bird watchers, and bushwalkers will love. If camping during winter, carry your own firewood, food, and freshwater. There is a water tap, however, you must boil before drinking. There is a cold water outdoor shower. The free campground at Marrawah is best suited for camping in larger rigs, campervans, caravans, and motorhomes. There is, however, a small area suitable for tent-based camping. Please note, however, the weather in this part of Tasmania can be very unpredictable as it is directly exposed to the Roaring Forties. Therefore, make sure you have adequate protection if camping in tents. There are no fees to camp at Marrawah.