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Camping Tasmania

Explore our Tasmania hiking tour discovering wildlife and nature. Camping Tasmania was a great was of seeing this beautiful island.

by brittafordaysAtlasGuru Contributor

OceaniaAustralia3 days / March 2021

Highs & Lows

Fluted Cape Walk

Not seeing any penguins after waiting for hours in the cold at dusk into the evening

Itinerary Overview

We flew into Hobart and then picked up our van which we rented through Camplify (would highly recommend - it’s like Airbnb but then for campervans). As we were seeking a nature-hit we did not spend much time in Hobart. We started our trip in Bruny Island and then headed to Mount Field National Park.

  • 1 Night: Bruny Island
    Wildlife and hiking
  • 2 Nights: Mount Field National Park
    Wildlife and nature

Q & A

  • What tips would you give a friend?

    Do the Fluted Cape Walk in the opposite direction. You will have the most dramatic views and beat the crowds.

  • Packing tips?

    Warm clothes. Tassie is COLD!

  • Transportation Tips?

    Camplify is a great platform to rent a campervan if you are planning on camping Tasmania. It’s like Airbnb but then for campervans. So you feel more like a local.

  • Any surprises?

    Only beautiful suprises such as the stunning landscapes and abundant wildlife.

  • Booking details?

    Book Mount Field Campground in advance via the National Parks website.