Fortescue Bay Camping Ground
Where To Stay Fortescue, Tasman, Tasmania
Fortescue Bay is a sheltered Bay with a beautiful white sandy beach, set against heavily forested hills, situated 18 kilometres from Port Arthur. Access is via 12 kilometres of gravel road. The Bay is a great destination for bushwalks, boating, kayaking, diving, swimming and camping with two distinct camping areas.
The Banksia campground is made up of 24 shaded sites situated directly behind the beautiful Fortescue Bay Beach. This site is predominantly for tent based family camping.
The Mill Creek campground (sites 30 to 51) are all vehicle access sites for campervans, caravans, camper trailers and motorhomes.
Fortescue Bay has basic toilet facilities, one token-operated hot shower, electric barbecues,
fireplaces on each site and a small shop facility for basic camping needs, ice and firewood.
Bookings are essential between the 1 November and Easter Monday each year to guarantee a reservation.
All visitors are required to have a valid Tasmanian National Parks Pass displayed on their vehicle. Passes are available at the Fortescue Bay office.
Please call or email for any enquiries, office hours are from 0900 – 1500 from Tuesday to Sunday (November – April inclusive), and 0900 – 1500 Wednesday to Sunday (May-October inclusive).
ActivitiesBirdwatching Camping Cycling Fishing Mountain Biking
Disabled AssistanceDisabled access available
Typically a Camp Site is a site, without power connection, where people on holiday can pitch a tent.
Check In: 11:00 am
Check Out: 11:00 am