Trial Harbour


4 from 28 users


Trial Harbour Rd, Trial Harbour, Tasmania


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Lat: -41.927237 Lng: 145.171377

User Reviews



Worth the drive in, quite the adventure to get here though. About 10km worth of windy but well maintained gravel road, no stress for a loaded up 2wd van. Unreal sunsets with open water views.



Cute little camp site. Not a lot of space but great views of the beach and a little waterfall



Lost my reading glasses, In a black glasses case, if anyone find them, please call me on 0409359847 Thanks very much x


Our Early Adventure

Awesome spot. It's quiet a fair way in, but definitely worth it. Is a bit uneven, but the views are amazing. We got some firewood just as you coming into the camp ground $10 a bag


User 2401975

5 stars. It's a very exciting / adventurous drive in. Camp sites are uneven but very relaxing with good privacy. Public toilet in town is very clean. Bad reviews just from nomads towing their whole house or folks who turned up on the summer school holidays at 6pm...



Fantastic campsite, beautiful beach, friendly township. Add this one to your west coast list. 100% worth the drive


Frank 7

Easy track in with small campervan size camp spots along way. End turn around area OK for a few smaller caravans but might make turning a large van a little difficult.



Pretty full this long weekend. Nothing beats a West Coast sunset on clear day. Firewood available from outside one of the shacks on the track into the campground for small fee. The council a currently working on the road in from Zeehan.


Linds n Mag

Not sure why people find it so challenging. The road in is well maintained, but has a couple of tight corners. Maybe they have big vans. We camped the night in our caravan at the end of the 'campground' and agree that it is small. All this paled into insignificance with the views out over the ocean, the cutest little waterfall behind us & the fantastic museum in the village. Locals were very friendly & hospitable.


User 2226225

Pat & Peter Definitely agree with Jen and Rick. We took our Traveller van into Trial Harbour and was very lucky to get out. The turns and gravel road wasn't nice. Husband had to put the Land Cruiser into low 4x4 and do a jack knife turn to get out. Never again.

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