caravan parks tasmania - northern tasmania

Northern Tasmania features historic streetscapes and heritage buildings, rich farmland, world class cool climate wines, fresh produce and is a popular destination for designers and craft makers. Launceston is the largest city in the region - and second largest in the state and has a growing reputation as a vibrant hub for food and wine and culture. There's also the popular Cataract Gorge just a few minutes walk from the city centre. Launceston is located on the banks of the Tamar River and is the gateway to the Tamar Valley, a region where English conservatism comfortably with a modern, vibrant and cosmpolitan city. Drive out of Launceston and discovr green fields and country lanes lined with 150+ year old hawthorn, poplar and elm trees, while in the rich farmland of the Tamar Valley you'll find lavender plantations, vineyards, fruit farms and orchards.

  • Launceston Caravan Park Legana
  • Caravan Park Legana, the Launceston Holiday Park provides cabin and villa accommodation in Legana app. 15 minutes north of Launceston, Tasmania.

  • Caravan Park Launceston BIG4
  • The Caravan Park Launceston BIG4 is withing walking distance to the Launceston CBD, Cataract Gorge and other attractions.

  • Caravan Park Hadspen
  • For people travelling with a caravan, motorhome or campervan the Discovery Holiday Park Hadspen offers spacious powered sites, 2 with an ensuite bathroom.

  • Longford Caravan Park
  • The Longford Riverside Caravan Park is located in Longford, app. 20 minutes west of Launceston, Tasmania

  • Kelso Sands Holiday Park
  • The Kelso Sands Holiday park features stunning scenery in a relaxed rural location where wombats & Tasmanian devils roam wild.

  • Greens Beach Holiday Tourist Park
  • The Greens Beach Holiday Tourist Park offers ensuite cabin accommodation, powered and unpowered sites.

  • Low Head Tourist Park Georgetown
  • The Low Head Caravan & Tourist Park is a small, friendly park located next to a beach and many other local attractions including a fairy parade and Low Head Lighthouse at Georgetown Northern Tasmania.

  • Beauty Point Caravan Park
  • The Beauty Point Tourist Park offers self-contained and camping accommodation in northern Tasmania.

  • Bridport Caravan Park
  • The Bridport Caravan Park is located right on the beach overlooking ANderson Bay.It is a fabulous location, with access to a large number of beaches in Bridport.

  • Caravan Park Tomahawk
  • The Tomahawk Caravan Park is located some 38 kilometres, or 40 minutes drive north-east of Bridport on Tasmania's stunning North East Coast.

    The Tamar River in Launceston, northern Tasmania is formed by merging of the North Esk River and South Esk Rivers. The Tamar River passes through Launceston, similar to its British namesake. The Tamar flows north for approximately 70 kilometres into Bass Strait at Low Head. Despite its name, the river is not technically a river but an estuarine. It is saline and tidal over its entire length. Although there are several bridge crossings in Launceston, these are across the Esk rivers; there are none across the Tamar in the city itself. The only Tamar bridge crossing is the Batman Bridge, a spectacular bridge in the relatively remote area of Sidmouth, app. half way up the river. Caravan.