Lake Meadowbank campground is situated off the A10 highway, approximately 7.5 kilometres south of Ouse, and 7 kilometres north of the small township of Hamilton. To access the Lake Meadowbank campsites, take the right turn into the C608 when travelling South Ouse. Travel a distance of app. 1 kilometre where you will come to a small picnic next to the boat ramp, where you will also find basic toilets. The Lake Meadowbank campground is free of cost, and campers can stay here for a maximum stay of 7 days. There are basic facilities only at the Lake Meadowbank camping area – it is recommended you carry a gas or fuel stove, fresh water for drinking and food. Lake Meadowbank, Craigbourne Dam and Bradys Lake are all stocked with trout and salmon, which are donated by three salmon companies in Tasmania from surplus breeding stock. To camp at Lake Meadowbank, you must be largely self-sufficient. Lake Meadowbank is the most downstream lake in a chain of hydro facilities in southern Tasmania. It is a popular destination for recreational, water-based activities including boating, water skiing, canoeing, swimming and fishing. Pets are OK but must be kept under control at all times. Lake Meadowbank is located a short drive from the major township of New Norfolk and can easily accommodate big rigs such as large caravans, campervans, camper trailers and motorhomes. There’s a boat ramp close by on the eastern side of Dunrobin Bridge, where water skiers and other recreational users of Lake Meadowbank can launch their boats. See also: Camping Hamilton – Camping Bothwell Caravan Park – Caravan Park New Norfolk – Camping Mt Field – Camping Fishing Tasmania:
Lake Meadowbank is located approximately a 1-hr drive northwest of Hobart and is an option for people looking for a campsite between Hobart and the West Coast towns of Queenstown and Strahan. Lake Meadowbank is stocked with trout; you can fly fish, spin or troll for brown trout which are the lakes’ most abundant fish – rainbow trout are also caught.