caravan parks tasmania - east coaSt tasmania

Tasmania's East Coast features natural beauty, spectacular landscapes and beautiful sun drenched beaches. On Tassie's East Coast you'll find the spectacular beaches of the beautiful Bay of Fires together with historic townships, fresh seafood and other produce and of the best scenic coastal drives in the Australia. There are 5 national parks spread along the coast including the stunning Freycinet National Park with its pink granite mountains, white beaches and crystal clear sea featuring the iconic Wineglass Bay. The two largest towns on the East Coast are Bicheno and St Helens which are both busy fishing ports

Inland from the East Coast you can discover temperate rainforests, fresh grown produce and the rich history of the byhone days of tin mining as well as fruits and berries from orchards and gardens and full-flavoured beef and lamb raised on seaside pastures.

  • Hillcrest Tourist Park St Helens
  • Hillcrest Tourist Park is situated along St Helens Point on Tasmania's sun-drenched East Coast and app. 8km from St Helens town centre.

  • St Helens BIG4 Holiday Park
  • The BIG4 St Helens Holiday Park is located a short drive from the world renowned Bay of Fires, which was voted by Lonely Planet as the number one beach in the world.

  • Bicheno East Coast Holiday Park
  • Bicheno East Coast Holiday Park is located in the centre of the East Coast Tasmanian seaside town of Bicheno, opposite the beach and shops and a short walk to the town's restaurants and shops.

  • Bicheno Cabin Park
  • The Bicheno Cabin Park is located a 30 minute drive from world famous Freycinet National Park, where you will find stunning Wineglass Bay.

  • Bicheno Caravan Park
  • The Bicheno Caravan Park is located in the heart of Bicheno on Tasmania's east coast, Bicheno Caravan Park and takeaway shop offer 20 powered sites, 12 unpowered camping sites, 2 twin cabins and 4 family sized cabins.

  • Seaview Holiday Park Bicheno
  • Seaview Holiday Park Bicheno is located in Bicheno on the east coast. Bicheno is a fishing hamlet set amidst granite, surf, penguins, bush and beaches.

  • Iluka Holiday Centre
  • BIG4 Iluka Freycinet Holiday Park is located opposite Muirs Beach at Coles Bay on the East Coast of Tasmania and is an ideal location to explore the world famous Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay.

  • Swansea Holiday Park
  • The Swansea Holiday Park is located less than two hours drive from Hobart or Launceston. Swansea is known for its relaxed ambience, its unhurried seaside village feel and its hospitality.

  • Scottsdale Caravan Park
  • The Scottsdale Caravan Park (Northeast) is situated on the Tasman Highway in Scottsdale and is suitable for tents, caravans and campervans. All sites are unpowered and available for use at no charge for up to seven nights - bookings are not required; no guarantee of accommodation.

  • Triabunna Caravan Park
  • The Triabunna Caravan park features beautifully appointed modern cabins, powered and un-powered caravan sites plus a camping area. For those looking for more creature comforts this park offers a choice of two en suite cottage rooms

  • Maria Island Campground
  • There are two basic (free) campsites on Maria island at French's Farm and Encampment Cove being a three-to-four-hour walk south. Fuel stoves only are allowed at Frenchs Farm - there are composting toilets and non-treated (tank) rainwater.

  • Gumleaves Bush Holidays Caravan Park
  • Gumleaves Caravan Park at Little Swanport north of Triabunna is set on 162 hectares of natural bushland. This rustic, family-owned resort is located app. 11 km from Boltons Beach and 13 km from the Butlers Ridge Nature Reserve.

    The Bay of Fires is a bay on the north-east coast of Tasmania in Australia, extending from Binalong Bay to Eddystone Point. The bay was given its nameby Captain Tobias Furneaux in 1773 when he saw the fires of Aboriginal people on the beaches. The Bay of Fires is a region of white beaches, blue water and orange-hued granite. The northern section of the bay is part of Mount William National Park; the southern end is a conservation area. A wide range of activities can be pursued in the Bay of Fires area, including camping, beach activities, boating, bird watching, fishing, swimming, surfing and walking.