Cosy Corner North, Bay of Fire Conservation Reserv

Campground

4.7 from 83 users

Description

Famous for its crystal-clear waters, white sandy beaches and orange lichen-covered granite boulders, the Bay of Fires is one of Tasmania's most popular conservation reserves. The Bay of Fires Conservation Area offers free beach-side camping. Camping is permitted only in designated campgrounds. There are also more elevated sites among the trees that have views of the shoreline. ***** Campers there is campsites both on the right and left hand side of access road***** Campers are required to bring water and firewood and to remove all rubbish. Pit toilets are located at this site. Campers are encouraged to bring fire pots for use when fire restrictions are not in place. The maximum stay is four weeks. Dogs (on leads only) are permitted in all campgrounds except Jeanneret Beach. Dog owners are required to observe the Break O'Day Council's dogs on beaches restrictions.

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Location

Lat: -41.220904 Lng: 148.282291

User Reviews

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Sine

Beautiful place !

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Elisec14

Great campsite! So close to the beach, and hybrid toilets are on the nicer side. Please be aware of the signage at the front of the campsite regarding campfires. They are currently not allowed here and the information online is conflicting. We were approached by a local man who was very hostile and aggressive in telling us to put ours out or to go back where we came from. We weren't the only ones he approached either!

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Amylouisewood

Fave spot in Tassie, didn't want to leave!

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