New Norfolk Caravan Park Hobart Tasmania Australia
New Norfolk Caravan Park provides fantastic accommodation located on the river esplanade at New Norfolk, Tasmania. Features include both camping and RV sites with kitchen facilities, kiosk, boat ramp, laundry facilities, public telephone and car parking. There are also cabins available featuring a television, electric blankets, tea & coffee facilities and easy access to the wildlife reserve. Rates from app. $10 per night (Conditions apply)
Located 36 km north-west of Hobart, the New Norfolk Caravan Park is situated on the banks of the River Derwent and makes a great base for exploring the Derwent Valley, inlcuding Mt Field. The New Norfolk Caravan park has 40 powered sites; 28 are drive-through sites, the other 12 are suited for motorhomes and small caravans. There are also two cabins and two onsite caravans. There are also 25 unpowered site spaces in the park, a barbeque, camp kitchen and full laundry facilities. The cabins have television, electric blankets, and tea and coffee making facilities. The main shopping district of New Norfolk is a 5-minute walk from this park. From the New Norfolk Caravan Park there is a popular walking track that follows the River Derwent through the wetlands and to Tynwald Park where you can see wildlife such as wild ducks and platypus.
- Powered Sites
- Wi Fi
- Pets Allowed
- Contact No.
- (03) 6261 1268
- swimming pool
The Esplanade, New Norfolk TAS 7140
New Norfolk is a town on the Derwent River, in the south-east of Tasmania, Australia. It lies 35 kilometres north-west of Hobart on the Lyell Highway which takes you to Queenstown, Strahan and Zeehan. The Town's pioneers were re-settled from Norfolk Island in 1808 and soon farmed the rich land around the township of New Norfolk in the Derwent Valley. They introduced hops to the area in 1860 and the plant soon became an important crop, which it remains to this day.
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