Freycinet National Park Camping Ground

Freycinet National Park Camping Ground offers basic powered and un-powered campsites near Coles Bay.
Some sites are available all year and some are only available over summer and Easter. Only the main campsite at Richardsons Beach has powered sites.
Due to the high demand for campsites, a ballot system operates from the 18th December until the 10th February and for Easter each year and is decided by a ballot system drawn early August. Applications should be received by Freycinet National Park by the 31st of July and must be made by letter/fax/email.
Successful applicants will be notified by mail. Ballot entry forms can be downloaded at: www.parks.tas.gov.au/camping
In addition to camping fees, campers are required to have a valid Tasmanian National Parks Pass.
Shops and other facilities are located at Coles Bay, a ten minute walk away.
Bushwalks to Wineglass Bay and the Freycinet Peninsula commence from the car park four kilometres away.
Availability of drinking water can vary throughout the year, check this prior to your arrival.
The Freycinet Visitors Centre is within the entrance to the Park and is open daily from 0900 to 1700 and staff will assist you with your enquiries.

Contact Details

Freycinet National Park
Coles Bay, 7215

6256 7004
freycinet@parks.tas.gov.au
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