Monday, September 21, 2015

Guide to Tasmania's freedom camping sites and caravan parks

Is The Dementia Really Setting In?

At 72 years of age, I have just discovered that getting older doesn't necessarily mean getting wiser.

"Catalogue Tasmania's freedom camping sites and caravan parks in a light to download, easy to use format", he said.
"There can't be that many of them - it will be fun", he said.

I have completed the first six, featuring 178 sites, of the eleven guide series, as listed below, on A Cheapskates Guide to Exploring Tasmania By Car.

Ideal for use with the FREE downloadable route map, this series of guides (in PDF) offers information on freedom camping areas and van park locations, pet friendliness and facilities.

Each guide is loosely based on routes in the downloadable map and run sequentially (as you travel), rather than alphabetically, for greater ease of use and include:

Devonport to Launceston and surrounds
Lists 29 sites ranging from National Parks through to commercial caravan parks. [PDF - 128 kb]

The Heritage Highway
Includes 24 sites [PDF - 128 kb]

Tamar Valley and the North East
There are 39 freedom camps and caravan park[PDF - 148 kb]

Tasmania's East Coast
Features 37 locations [PDF - 136 kb]

Tasmania's North West Coast
From Devonport to Arthur River, includes 38 freedom camping sites [PDF - 140 kb]

Tasman Peninsula and Port Arthur
Contains 11 freedom camping sites [PDF - 120 kb]

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