Gowrie Park Wilderness Village

Caravan Park

4.1 from 41 users


Welcome to Gowrie Park Wilderness Village. We offer Tasmanian accommodation for all budgets including wilderness cabins, powered caravan sites, camping, backpackers and bunkhouse for groups. Experience the Tasmanian wilderness at its best. Start your bushwalking adventure here on our paths that lead directly to Mt Roland, Mt Claude and Mt Van Dyke. We're centrally located in North West Tasmania, the gateway to Cradle Mountain and the West Coast.

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Lat: -41.47044 Lng: 146.216153

User Reviews



March 20th - April 3rd Booked two nights staying 7, top spot, great hosts, great amenities,great variety of accommodation, just GREAT (and reasonably priced) Update due to covid19 travel restrictions had to stay another 7nights, no better place to be stuck at Shelley and Geoff couldn't have been better hosts. Fantastic!!


Ashton Keene

Great park, excellent amenities & great location to do day trips to Cradle Mtn, highlands, Mersey Valley, fishing, caves, waterfalls & other attractions, booked 2 nights & stayed 4, a great base with excellent staff



Great spot, lovely, very helpful staff & terrific amenities-excellent base to explore surrounding areas



What a great place for an overnight stop. We are on motorcycles with minimal gear and the hosts here were fantastic, friendly and made sure we got fed. Clean amenities highly recommended



Stayed here 13/2/20 in a swag with camper trailer also. Park was full but they let me sneak down the front as I'm self sufficient Powered sites available, showers and toilets etc People are great, views are great



Stayed on 17 Jan. Very nice park with separate shower rooms. Very good value. Lots of pademelons. Near huge mural. Very friendly staff/owner. Sold local beer.


Harry Homebody

Lovely spot with good facilities. A mix up with our booking was handled very nicely. Limited WiFi in the games room only. Our kids chewed through their allocation quickly but it was enough for the adults to send a few messages and catch up on things.


Adrienne Paget

Not worth staying at O'Neil's Creek Picnic Reserve if you can stay here. This place caters for any type of traveler and any budget. At $10 for me traveling solo on an unpowered site, it's a bargain. The facilities are great and only $1 for a 5 mins shower. The owner/ receptionist is friendly, informative and most welcoming. The views are fantastic.



Very friendly staff, clean amenities. Nice vintage pinball machine 20 cents per game. Pretty basic Water must be boiled before drinking



Nice campground with friendly owners. Lot of pademelons and birds around. Beers available at the reception. Amenities very clean.

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