caravan parks tasmania

Isn't it time you visited the beautiful Island state of Australia - Tasmania? Tasmania offers a unique holiday destination for the whole family - there are mountains, beaches of pristine white sans, rainforests, fine food, fresh produce and an amazing array of attractions. At Caravan Parks Tasmania we can help you discover one of Australia’s best kept secrets - Tasmania. Offering culture, wilderness, fine food, and historic experiences and adventure Tasmania is a great destination for the budget conscious traveller.

Enjoy a short break, a romantic weekend or a memorable family holiday experience.

A caravan park holiday offers the perfect budget accommodation experience in Tasmania, and at a great low price. Tasmania has a wide range of B&Bs, hotels, motels, luxury and boutique accommodation but we suggest you take advantage of Tassie's fabulous holiday and caravan parks.

Tasmania is promoted as the natural state - A World Apart, Not A World Away. This is due largely to its relatively unspoiled natural environment where app. 45% of Tasmania is set aside in reserves, national parks and World Heritage Sites. The island state of Tasmania is almost 364 kilometres long from its northern-most to its southern-most points, and 305 kilometres from east to west. The state capital and largest city is Hobart, which includes the local government areas City of Hobart, City of Glenorchy, and City of Clarence, while the satellite town of Kingston is generally included in the Greater Hobart area.

Tasmania lies 240 kilometres south of the Australian mainland and is situated between 40 degrees S and 43.30 degrees S. Tasmania is is surrounded by the Southern Ocean to the south and west, the Tasman Sea to the east and Bass Strait to the north. Tasmania comprises many islands, from the Furneaux Group in the north-east, down to Macquarie Island located far south of Tasmania at 55 degrees S.

Tasmanians from Hobart, Launceston, Burnie, Devonport, Strahan and from every corner of this gorgeous island, are very lucky to have some of the best things on offer in Australia.

Caravan Parks are located right thoughout the state of Tasmania with most popular and visited areas of Tasmania having a caravan park located nearby. The quality and features of Caravan Parks in Tasmania vary from location to location, however one thing all caravan parks have in common is friendly staff and locals .Browse our list of caravan parks from our comprehensive directory.

Cradle Mountain is without doubt one of Tasmania's most popular destinations. Bring your family where you can stay in a caravan park operated by Discovery Holiday Parks – stay in their park and enjoy Cradle Mountain and a true wilderness experience.

The Discovery Holiday Parks caravan park Tasmania is located on the edge of the World-Heritage listed Cradle Mountain Lake St. Clair National Park. This park offers the perfect base to explore this beautiful region with the interesting town of Sheffield less than 1 hour away and Burnie, Latrobe and Deloraine just over 60 minutes away.

Another option for your caravan park stay in Tasmania is Island Cabin and Tourist Parks. They offer 3.5 - 4 star accommodation properties in Hobart, Launceston and Strahan. Their choice of accommodation comprise cosy cabins for two, family cabins for 6 and holiday home or cottages catering for larger groups. Launceston and Strahan also cater to the caravan, motorhome and camping enthusiasts. Our locations are convenient to many of Tasmania's attractions and activities, so linger a little longer and enjoy the sights. Island Cabin and Tourist Parks -- your home away from home.

Coles Bay is situated on Tasmania's east coast and is a very popular tourism destination, made famous by Wineglass Bay and the Freycinet National Park. It is located 190 kilometres - 2hrs 20min drive - north east of Hobart and 209 km or 2.5 hours drive south east of Launceston. It is the main entrance point for visitors to the Freycinet National Park. It has a population of about 500 people including the surrounding area, but a large number of tourists visit the area for its scenery and outdoor activities, which include hiking, biking, fishing, boating, surfing, diving and sea kayaking.