Have you been looking for the perfect location to take your family on your next caravanning holiday? Why not check out one of these highly popular Tasmanian caravan parks? Even if you’re not planning to travel in summer, these parks are great for holidays all year round.
Captain Cook Caravan Park Located at Adventure Bay on Bruny Island, entry to this caravan park requires you to take a scenic trip on a ferry from the mainland. The beach is only across the road, and a short walk will take you to the nearby shops. Only one and a half hours drive from Hobart, staying on Bruny Island will allow you to enjoy some of Tasmania’s most beautiful and rugged coastline.
Cradle Mountain Discovery Holiday Park This caravan park is ideally located in the Cradle Valley in Central North West Tasmania, just over four hours drive from Hobart. Set right on the edge of the world-renowned Cradle Mountain Lake St Clair National Park, staying here will completely remove you from civilization (the closest town, Sheffield, is just under an hours drive away).
Hillcrest Tourist Park Found in St Helens, the largest town on the North East coast of Tasmania, this caravan park is set right on St. George’s Bay and comes equipped with its own store selling groceries and fishing supplies. Only minutes walk to the beach and completely pet friendly, this park is just over three hours drive from Hobart.
Treasure Island Caravan Park Only two kilometres from the town centre of Launceston, this caravan park is ideally placed for those who want to tour the many attractions in the area (such as the vineyards, lavender farm and historical buildings). It can be reached by taking a two and a half hours drive from Hobart.
Mersey Bluff Caravan Park Located in Devonport, this caravan park has beach frontage and is close by to many of the area’s attractions. The Devonport area is serviced by its own airport and the Spirit of Tasmania ferry from Melbourne, as well as being a three and a half hour drive from Hobart.
Port Arthur Caravan and Cabin Park Set on the island that is home to one of Tasmania’s most famous tourism sites, the historic Port Arthur prison, this caravan park is right at the southern end of the Tasman Peninsula. It is bordered by the ocean on three sides and is only one and a half hours drive from Hobart.
For your next holiday, take your family and caravan to one of these picturesque and ideally located caravan parks. Regardless of the time of year, you are sure to have an enjoyable stay.