Jonah Bay camping area

Camper trailer Camping fee Caravan access Dogs allowed No rubbish disposal Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Boat ramp Canoeing Fishing Sailing

Most of the camping is around the boat ramp but there are also some more isolated campsites on the edge of the scrub at the other end of Jonah Bay, accessed via a track 100 m from the ramp. Turn east along Gunns Marsh Rd off Poatina Rd (B51), 10 km north of its junction with the Lake Hwy (A5).


Who to contact: Bothwell Tourism Association (03) 6259 4049 Camping fees: fees payable at the self-registration station Permits: an Inland Angling Licence is required to fish; check regulations and season Road conditions: Gunns Marsh Rd is closed to the public June–July

This campsite is located in Arthurs Lake Lakeside Reserve

Like many other lakes in Tasmania’s central highlands, Arthurs Lake was formed to store water for hydro-electricity generation. Water from Arthurs is pumped to Great Lake and then piped through massive conduits to the Poatina power station on the northern face of the Central Plateau. These extraordinary engineering works have created lakes which are now home to some of the world’s best inland fishing. Anglers come to Arthurs Lake more than any other in Tasmania for its wild brown trout. The average catch rate is 2 fish per angler per day, so few go away disappointed.

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