Lime Bay camping area

Camper trailer Camping fee Caravan access No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Picnic area Ranger Special campsite Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Canoeing Cycling Fishing Hiking trails Lookout Nature walk Swimming Walking trails

This picturesque, grassed camping area is 4 km beyond the historic mining site and is the starting point for an easy, scenic walk to Greens Point cliffs and Lagoon Beach. Gas/fuel stoves are recommended, and you need to bring firewood and drinking water. To get here, take the C341 from Premaydena, through Saltwater River.


Who to contact: PWS Southeast District (03) 6214 8100

This campsite is located in Lime Bay State Reserve

Lime Bay State Reserve is a beautiful 1300 ha secluded reserve of sheltered beaches and pretty eucalypt woodlands at the end of Coal Mines Rd, on the north-west tip of the Tasman Peninsula. There are 2 tranquil beaches: Lime Bay is next to the camping area, while the gorgeous Lagoon Beach lies in the lee of Sloping Island, an easy 40 min walk. Nearby are remnants of the 1833 coal mines where Port Arthur’s most hardened convicts were sent for punishment. Underground cells and mine entrances are still visible.

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