Northeast Park is your ideal base for exploring Tasmania’s North East. Set in extensive parkland and just around 400m from Scottsdale’s main street Northeast Park provides free camping sites suited to tents, caravans and campervans for up to seven days.
Amenities include coin operated hot showers and toilets as well as a coin-operated barbecue area.
The park includes walks and a children’s playground as well as interpretive displays and small lakes. If you’re lucky you may see one of the resident platypus and, taking a walk along the endemic trail, wallabies and kangaroos.
The nearby North East Rail Trail provides a picturesque view of surrounding farmland and forests with a great ride on an easy gradient and extends approximately 28km towards Legerwood. Hire bikes available at Scottsdale Art Gallery Cafe.
Please note pets are permitted on leads. Scottsdale is an RV Friendly Town.
Northeast Park is about a one-hour drive from Launceston (63 km).
Typically a Camp Site is a site, without power connection, where people on holiday can pitch a tent.