Fingal Park Free Camp (Donation)

Fingal Park Camping operates via a donation box and is located on Talbot Street in the small Tasmanian town of Fingal. The campground is situated in the Esk Valley in the north-east of Tasmania, about 70 km east of Launceston and 150 km north-east of Hobart.
The town of Fingal is in the centre of Tasmania’s coal mining industry. It’s known for its wide streets, impressive 19th-century buildings and the tallest white gums in the world, which are a short 30-minute drive away.
The campground is a clean and convenient stopover spot, with two powered sites on asphalt, and plenty of non-powered grass sites. There’s water, BBQ facilities, and a few fun things for the kids to do too.

Contact Details

23 Talbot Street
Fingal, 7214

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