Top Campsites Bay Of Fires

Top Campsites Bay Of Fires

Camping Bay of Fires, without doubt, the best camping options in one relatively close location in Tasmania. There is possibly nowhere else on earth, where you can camp for up to 4-weeks in a row for no cost in an area as beautiful as Bay Of Fires. The pure white beaches, the lichen-covered rocks and the azure blue waters are simply stunning in every respect. The popularity of this area is quite amazing, especially during Summer from mid-December until mid-February and again on long weekends during Summer, Easter and School Holidays. Quite simply, don’t turn up to Bay of Fires on Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day or any period from around 15 December until 01 February and expect to find a campsite – you will leave very disappointed and potentially be left with a very long drive on dark, gravel roads trying to find alternative accommodation. In this post, we list our 5 favourite Bay Of Fires campsites.

  1. Dora Point Campground
    Dora Point takes a bit of getting to, the gravel road from the main road to the campground is often extremely rough and bumpy meaning a very bumpy ride, especially if you are towing a big rig. Once you get there, however, the camping area is fantastic and the basic amenities pretty good.
  2. Cosy Corner North
    This camping area is right on spectacular Cosy Corner Beach; the northern end of this campground is better suited to bigger rigs, whilst the southern end has sheltered sites dotted among trees.
  3. Cosy Corner South
    This camping area at Cosy Corner, Bay of Fires is situated next to a little cove that features a beach of beautiful white sand. Access is off Gardens Rd C848, 5.5 km north of Binalong Bay Rd. Choose sites that are either sheltered from the wind among trees or more exposed close to the beach.
  4. Jeanneret Beach
    Jeanneret Beach offers camping and day use and features grassed, secluded and well-sheltered campsites at adjoining Round Hill. Access to the Jeanneret Beach camping area, Bay of Fires Tasmania, is via a signpost off The Gardens Road, 1.2 kilometres from Binalong Bay Road.
  5. Grants Lagoon
    Grants Lagoon is a large open, sandy camping area with access to the lagoon suitable for caravans, campervans, camper trailers, tent camping and motorhomes. Facilities are basic, but the camping is fantastic – recommended if you like fishing Bay of Fires.

See also: Camping Moulting Bay: Camping Sloop ReefCamping Policemans Point: Camping Swimcart Beach:

Other activities include in addition to camping Bay of Fires include Beach walks, Diving, Fishing, Wildlife, Boating, Snorkelling, Bird Watching and Diving – see also: Bay Of Fires Bushwalk

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