After our Winter House Sitting near St Helens we travel down the East Coast to eventually work our way around to the Huon Valley and on to Bruny Island. We then returned to the Hobart area at The Lea Scout Camp before starting the third part of our Tasmanian adventure.
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For a map and list of all our routes go HERE
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1. Tasman Highway, Goulds Country
Leaving after 4 months of house sitting
2. Lagoon Beach Campground
A short drivedown the coast, a large camping area adjacent to the beach
3. Bicheno Take Away Caravan Park
An older park which was "half closed" for Winter which we had almost to ourselves
4. River and Rocks Campground
On the estuary of the Swan River and a short drive to the Freycinet attractions
5. Mayfield Bay Campground
Great campsite on the beach close to Swansea
6. Spring Bay Hotel
Camping behind the hotel across from the Maria Island ferry
7. Orielton Camping
A private property recently being set up for campers
8. Primrose Sands RSL
A couple of days to stroll around this Holiday House community
9. Sorell RV Stop
In town to wait for mail, a Council RV park
10. Lime Bay Campground
A National Park campground in a stunning location
11. White Beach Tourist Park
The only Caravan Park on the Western side of the Tasman Peninsula and with private access to the beach.
12. Mill Creek, Fortescue Bay
A National Park campground with basic toilet facilities.
13. South Arm RSL
RV Parking at the end of the car park, access to toilets and showers
14. Franklin Campground
A campground run by Huon Valley Council with low cost and a four day limit. Toilets, water and a Dump Point and right on the Huon River.
15. Cockle Creek Campground
The Southern most p;ace you can camp with a caravan in Australia; we stayed just outside the national Park and there are also small areas inside, all spread over about 1km of the roadway.
16. Dover Tourist Park
An older style Caravan Park overlooking the beach and bay.
17. Shipwright's Point Campground
Another Huon Valley Council camp with low fees, right on the river bank with toilets and a Dump Point.
18. Franklin Campground
A second visit to catch up with local friends.
19. Jetty Beach Campground
A National Parks camp at the bottom of South Bruny Island, basic toilet and self registration; right next to the beach.
20. Hotel Bruny
Low cost camping at Bruny Island's only hotel opposite the beach at Alonnah.
21. Captain Cook Holiday Park
The only Caravan Park on Bruny Island opposite the beach.
22. The Neck Camping Reserve
The only campground in the area of the neck whcih connects the two halves of Bruny Island, basic toilets and self registration.
23. The Lea Scout Camp
Camp ground operated for the Summer months only at the Scout Camp just outside Hobart. ALl standard facilities of tolets, showers and power with water to fill your tanks.