Book Caravan Parks In Tasmania

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Many visitors to Tasmania make the mistake of not booking their accommodation in advance, and wait until they get to Tasmania to try and secure a caravan park, cabin or tourist park. During peak holiday seasons, long weekends, school holidays and summer months it is common for Tasmania to be near capacity so we always recommend that you make a booking at a caravan park in Tassie well in advance of your visit. Plan carefully, use of suggested touring itineraries and make sure you maximise your time in Tasmania. Commonly most caravan parks in Tasmania offer cabin accommodation from cosy studio cabins for couples to 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom options suitable for families and friends. Cabins will typically include items as an oven and washing machine as well as a private bathroom, kitchen, and lounge room - before booking make sure you check with the park to confirm the facilities they offer. Caravan, campervan and motorhomes are well catered for with powered and non-powered sites making it easy to roll up, plug in, sit back and relax. It is not uncommon to wake up in a Tassie caravan park to an ocean view, a mountain view or a rural landscape. Many parks offer ensuite sites, which take caravan or motorhome accommodation to a new level with an ensuite site. With this type of accommodation, you will get a private bathroom, which is perfect if you require a bit more privacy, such as families with young children.

Campsites are almost always available, making it easy to pitch your own tent being a cheap, fun and affordable way to stay at a caravan park in Tasmania. Whether you’re after a powered or non-powered site, Caravan Parks in Tasmania have you covered. Campsite accommodation will typically give you access to either a fully equipped camp kitchen or barbecue area to ensure you can prepare meals, whilst parks will always have amenities blocks where you can shower or do your laundry (costs may be incurred).

  • Tasmania famously offers visitors a diversity of sights and experiences no matter what your interest. From snow-capped mountains in the Cradle Mountain National Park (for example) to expansive, ancient rainforests to free flowing rivers you will find it all in Tasmania. With a growing reputation for fine food, wine and fresh produce including amazing seafood, your senses will be tantalised.
  • When visiting Tasmania, make sure you visit the heritage rich towns such as Richmond, Roos, Oatlands and Port Arthur to name but a few. Whatever your interests or motivation for taking a camping or caravan holiday in Tasmania, a caravan park, cabin park or tourist park stay will ensure your Tassie adventure is a memorable one for the whole family - caravan park operators are friendly and welcoming.