Big4 Iluka on Freycinet Holiday Park Australia Coles Bay Caravan Park Freycinet Peninsula Camping
Big4 Iluka on Freycinet Holiday Park is located in Coles Bay, a small town on the edge of Freycinet National Park at the top of Freycinet Peninsula on the east coast of Tasmania. Big4's Holiday Park has a ring of tent sites, several rows of cabins, a backpackers hostel, and a large area of powered sites for RVs and campervans. The holiday park sites on a hill within the coastal town,... Read more.
By: Published: Last updated: January 16, 2018
Camping Mayfield Beach Conservation Area Campground Tasmania Australia Campsites
Mayfield Beach Conservation Area is located near the town of Swansea about halfway up the east coast of Tasmania. Also know as Mayfield Bay Coastal Reserve and Mayfield Bay Conservation Area, the small preserve runs along the west side of Great Oyster Bay across from Freycinet Peninsula and has a free campground set just behind a long sandy beach. The campground is just off Tasman Highway... Read more.
By: Published: Last updated: January 16, 2018
Forester Kangaroo Drive Mount William National Park Tasmania Australia wildlife viewing kangaroos wallabies
The kangaroos and wallabies are everywhere! That's what you'll be saying if you travel along Forester Kangaroo Drive in Mount William National Park. At dawn and dusk these marsupials come out in droves to graze in the fields along this 11.25-kilometer (7-mile) long road. Forester Kangaroos are the only kangaroos in Tasmania, and this is one of the best places to see them, so hop to it! ... Read more.
By: Published: Last updated: May 6, 2017
Stumpys Bay Campground Mount William National Park Tasmania Australia Stumpys Campsites
One of the places to camp (or actually four of the places to camp) in Mount William National Park is Stumpys Bay Campground. The camping along Stumpys Bay is split into four campsites spread out along the coast. Each of the numbered campsites is like a distinct campground made up of multiple individual sites. This campground is first-come first serve, but rest assured, your party will have... Read more.
By: Published: Last updated: January 16, 2018
Mount William Track Summit hike Mt William National Park Tasmania Australia
Rising to just 216 meters (708 feet) above sea level, Mount William is far from the tallest mountain in Tasmania. Despite its modest stature, Mount William is the highest point in Mount William National Park and offers far reaching 360-degree views over the northeast corner of Tasmania. The summit is close to the coast, with an ocean view that includes Flinders Island and the Bass Straight.... Read more.
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Distance: 3.6 kilometers / 2.25 miles · Elevation change: 140 meters / 460 feet
By: Published: Last updated: May 6, 2017