Huon Campground

Camper trailer Day use fee Drinking water Free No dogs/pets Picnic area Picnic shelter Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Boat ramp Canoeing Fishing Hiking trails Nature walk Walking trails

This camping area 7 km past the Edgar Campground is also the trailhead for the 70 km Port Davey walking track, which heads deep into Tasmania’s southern wilderness. The 10 sheltered sites at the end of a 1 km gravel entrance road are conveniently close to boat-launching facilities at Scotts Peak Dam, giving access to Lake Pedder’s world-class trout waters. On your way here along the Scotts Peak Rd (C607), take a look at the Creepy Crawly rainforest nature trail just after the turn-off from the Gordon River Rd. Firewood and tank water are supplied.


Who to contact: PWS Mt Field National Park (03) 6288 1149

This campsite is located in Southwest National Park

Tasmania’s largest national park is 600 000 ha of rugged, unspoilt coastline, mountain wilderness and trout-stocked lakes. Accessible by car via the Gordon River Rd in the north and Cockle Creek Rd in the south, there are also dozens of walks, from 10 min nature trails to the epic 85 km South Coast track. Fireplaces are provided in roadside picnic/camping areas along the Gordon River Rd, but not at other places in the park. Bushwalkers should bring a gas/fuel stove.

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