Camping St Helens One Night Stand

Camping Dora Point, Bay of Fires, Binalong Bay St Helens Tasmania free campground, stay for up to 4-weeks, dogs OK on leads at all times, patrolled by a ranger. The Dora Point Camping area is free of charge; no fresh drinking water is available so you must carry enough fresh drinking water and firewood. Fuel stoves are recommended, gas or other fuel. The Dora Point Camping area is well signposted off Binalong Bay Road and is accessible some 8 kilometres north of the town of St Helens. After turning into the signposted road, drive for a distance of just under 5 kilometres to the camping area along a gravel road where you will find a good selection of excellent sheltered camping sites. The Dora Point Camping area is located 4 1/2 km North of Stieglitz. The campsites at Dora Point are very good and there is a good swimming area for kids at low tide. The kids will also enjoy exploring a large number of rock pools in the area, and fishing for bream and other species is possible from the beach and only a very short distance from the camping area. There are excellent toilets at Dora Point – there used to be showers but they are currently not in operation (as at September 2018). Dora Point is situated at the entrance to Georges Bay. As well as being a popular fishing spot, other water activities are also popular including kayaking and other boating. This site is suitable for caravans, campervans where you can set up, if you are lucky enough to get a site, you camp only metres from beautiful beaches. Please note this campsite is extremely popular at Christmas, Easter and during school holidays where locals set up campsites well in advance of the holiday period. Dora Point camping area looks over the Georges Bay narrows to St Helens Point. See also Camping St Helens Point: Camping Humbug Point: Camping Moulting Bay: Camping Swimcart Beach: Camping Cosy Corner North: Camping Cosy Corner South: Camping Policemans Point: Camping Sloop Reef: Camping Jeanneret Beach: