Jeanneret Beach Campground

Caravan, Camping and Holiday Parks

Jeanneret Beach Campground is a campground within the Bay of Fires Conservation Area, managed by the Parks and Wildlife Service Tasmania.

Campgrounds within the Bay of Fires Conservation Area are popular for seasonal visitors and locals alike. The stretch of coastal locations offer basic facilities in stunning, beachside campgrounds. Some of the more elevated sites offer the protection of coastal vegetation with views of the shoreline.

Jeanneret Beach Campground is suitable for tents, small caravans and campervans. It may not be suitable for long caravans. The campground has hybrid toilets. A blackwater dump station is located on the corner of Tully and Young streets in St Helens. Please do not dump chemical toilet contents in the campground toilets.

The maximum stay is 4 weeks. Fees do not apply. No bookings are required. Total site number and capacity are estimates only. Always check local signage and the PWS website for campfire restrictions before lighting a campfire.

Please follow the link for further information about this campground. Refer to the ‘Know before you go’ webpage on the Parks and Wildlife Service Tasmania website (parks.tas.gov.au) and take a moment to look over our essential information for visiting Tasmania’s national parks and reserves, including information about alerts, safety and national park entry fees where applicable.

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