Caavan Parks Tasmania directory is the place for all caravan parks, campervan, recreational vehicle (RV), motorhome, camping
grounds, tourist parks, or holiday parks cabin adventure anywhere
in Tasmania. Read infomration on each caravan park in Tasmania
or search Caravan to find the park your are looking for in
Ths site is for anyone interested in caravans, campervans,
motorhomes, mamping and 4WDs holidays and adventures in Australia's
island state - Tasmania. Please explore our site and we look
forward to seeing you at one of Tassie's many great caravan parks
in the near future!
Before you head off on your Tassie caravan adventure:
- Respect the rights of other people like yourself enjoying
a carvan holiday in Tasmania. Caravans are often close together,
noise, pets, and other disturbances may annoy others so please
be respectful of others at all times.
- If you are going camping and don't necessarily have a lot
of experience or hjaven't had the tent out for a long time,
practice putting up your the tent in your backyard before you
leave. It will save time and also you’ll
find out if any parts are missing or if the tent is damaged
in any way and need repairing before you leave.
- Leave your travel itinerary with a friend or relative, or
e-mail them a copy before you leave. Always include
your car license plate number, where you intend to be each
day, when you plan to return, and a mobile phone telephone
contact number if you have one.
- Learn the basics of first aid before headin goff; Red Cross
offer courses in basic first aid. It is a great skill and you
never know when you will need to assist a friend, family member
of fellow camper.
- Make sure your vehicle is in tip top mechanical condition
before you leave. If you are towing a caravan be sure
all mechanical and electrical parts are in perfect working
order. You don't want to breakdown in an isolated part of Tassie
with no communications!
- Check the weather report for the area where you will be camping
in Tasmania; a week in the rain is not necessarily going to
be a lot of fun!
- If you get caught in a thunderstorm, don’t take shelter
under a tree - your caravan is a safer place.
- Always respect the local environment and camping or caravan
restrictions. Keep fires within a contained area (if fires
are allo0wed) with an outer ring of gravel
or dirt to protect against the fire spreading. Note that most
National Parks don't allow fires in the open, but rather provide
firepots to keep you warm at night. Don't damage local trees;
wood is generally provided.
- Wear covered footwear at all times when walking in the Tasmanian
bush; we have many insects that can cause nasty stings that
may in turn cause a bad reaction.Also, Tasmania has deadly
snakes so be careful in Summer when walking in long grass or
in areas where snakes are known to inhabit.