Whitewater Wall camping area (bush camping)

4WD Day use fee Fire prohibited Free No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Lookout Walking trails

This camping area is a favourite with rockclimbers attracted to the area’s granite sea cliffs. Turn left from Cape Tourville Rd, 2 km before the lighthouse, but be sure to check out the amazing view from the cape’s cliff-top boardwalk. The camping area is on a bluff between Bluestone and Little Bluestone bays, accessed 2 km along a rough 4WD track. Bring water and a gas/fuel stove.


Who to contact: PWS Freycinet Visitor Centre (03) 6256 7000  Permits: Parks Pass is required to enter national parks (03) 6233 2621 www.parks.tas.gov.au

This campsite is located in Freycinet National Park

Tasmania’s first national park is also its most spectacular. Even driving towards the park is a visual treat, as soaring granite peaks come into view. Once there you will be mesmerised by the park’s spectacular cliff-top lookouts, azure water and pure white beaches, especially the iconic Wineglass Bay. Camping sites for the summer and Easter holidays at Richardsons Beach and Honeymoon Bay are allocated by an online ballot drawn on 1 Aug each year. Tracks lead into the park from a trailhead at the end of Coles Bay Rd, ranging from a 1 hr return walk to the Wineglass Bay lookout to a climb up Mt Amos. Both are rewarded with bird’s-eye views over Wineglass Bay and the Freycinet Peninsula. The 3-day, 30 km Freycinet Peninsula Circuit heads to glorious beaches and the mountainous southern part of the peninsula. The park is a gas/fuel stove-only area and although water is available it should be boiled or treated before drinking. Brushtail possums and wallabies are common in the park and likely to raid your food if it isn’t stowed securely.

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