|FREE Downloadable Map
and Camping Locations Guides (PDF)
for a free , downloadable map of Tasmania, showing the touring routes,
that can be saved on your device for internet free use. Ideal for use
with the Tasmanian Freedom Camping Locations Series (in PDF) below.
Calculator for Driving Times and Distances in Tasmania
Tasmanian Freedom Camping Locations Series (PDF)
for use with the downloadable map (above), this series of guides (in
PDF) offers information on freedom camping areas, van park locations
the following guides is loosely based on routes in the downloadable map
and run sequentially (as you travel), rather than alphabetically, for
greater ease of use.
- 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 ranging from free camps to commercial caravan parks.
This guide runs from Launceston to Hobart and Richmond. [PDF - 128 kb]
- Tamar Valley and the North East
There are 39 freedom camps and caravan parks listed in this guide, that
takes you through some delightful beach and fossicking areas. [PDF -
- Tasmania's East Coast
Features 37 locations on the magnificent East Coast, including free
camps and van parks, covering the area between St Helens and Buckland.
[PDF - 136 kb]
- Tasmania's North West Coast
From Devonport to Arthur River, this guide includes 38 freedom camping sites and van parks. [PDF - 140 kb]
- Tasman Peninsula and Port Arthur
Covering the area from Sorell down to the Tasman Peninsula, this guide
contains 11 freedom camping sites, including caravan parks. [PDF - 120
A guide to travel, sightseeing and services.
Cheapskate's Guide to Exploring Tasmania By Car looks at what to do,
where to stay and a little history of Tasmanian cities and towns
At 315 kilometres west to east and 286 kilometres north to south. and an area of 68,331 square kilometres,
|Tasmanian Travel Guide - The Blog
with photos and information of the towns, POIs and wonders of this
magnificant state, this blog is well worth adding to your favourite
|Getting To Tasmania
||Information on the Spirit of Tasmania that includes a link to schedules and bookings, as well as a useful link to a 'Traveller's guide to Australian interstate quarantine' (in PDF) that will help you check what you can and can’t take across state and quarantine borders and avoid on-the-spot fines.
|Handy Camping Gadgets and Goodies
Travel Guide will be checking Out The Weird And Wonderful World Of
Gadgets and Goodies each month that might make camping life just a
little more convenient.
PLUS 32 delightful decals for your car, RV or caravan
||Looking for things to do in Tasmania?
Check out the full details of over 50 experience tours, attractions,
activities and much, much more complete with price guides as well as
secure booking facilities if required.
NOTE: At the top of the experiences page the link 'Destinations' allows you to toggle between the north and south of the state.
Meanwhile, Here In Tasmania
A round-up of Tasmanian general and growers' markets
|Free/cheap Camping & Caravan Parks
well as the options covered in each individual town in this work, the
following links will take you to some of the very best information that
I can presently find on free and cheap camping and caravan parks.
& Public Toilets
vehicle dump points, a national listing of public toilets and a Yellow
Pages list of Caravan & Camper-Trailer Repairs & Servicing in
This page also includes caravanning tips and information.
|Fossicking in Tasmania
of the locations this guide will be visiting offer the chance to do a
little fossicking for such things as gold, sapphires, Topaz, jasper,
turquoise, amethyst, smoky quartz, clear quartz, petrified wood,
chalcedony, agate and a range of other tumbling material for
||These external links offer access to the Hobart Mercury, Launceston Examiner and the Advocate.
|Environment and Produce
delicious guide to Tasmania's environment and produce that includes
details of the wine, cheese, beer, cider and chocolate trails.
|Tiger Track Stamps
Quirky, Free/Low-Cost Way for you to keep track of your amazing
tasmanian adventures, as you hunt down over 130 Tiger Track Stamps and
with luck - or skill maybe - find the elusive Tasmanian Tiger
(Thylacine) - the most valuable stamp of all.
|Fun Pages For Kids
and their Adults
|A range of free and low cost things to play, make and do when driving or confined to camp, for kids and their adults.