The Mayfield Bay Campsite & Conservation Area

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11830 Tasman Hwy, Rocky Hills, Tasmania

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Description

Mayfield Bay's sandy beach and coastal area offers good camping, fishing, swimming, surfing and diving, as well as wonderful views across Great Oyster Bay to Freycinet Peninsula. The reserve has shady trees and toilet facilities but you'll need to bring your own drinking water and camping gear. Please leave a donation - donation box on-site. A little further north from Mayfield Bay is the convict-built Spiky Bridge. This unusual looking bridge was built in the 1840s by a convict road gang. Pets are permitted.

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Location

Lat: -42.239445 Lng: 148.012991

User Reviews

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User 2505597

Was their last night and while it is a great spot the night was spoiled by group of clowns pumping a stereo on full until 2am. Parks need a number to call a ranger when there are persons who don't respect the space of others.

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Deadlight

Great spot. Super busy right at the moment so you'll be lucky to find a place.

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Rachelwilletts

Lovely small donation camp area. Not too many sites best for smaller set ups. Toilets are very smelly. Great beach. Walked along beach to the three Arch Bridge and old man Creek Bridge. Dogs on leash.

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GinaR

The beach is beautiful! Dirt road base for sites- 3 unisex toilets are smelly. Donations for this site. Not really suitable for caravans!

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MinC

Lots of spots available (Friday morning 11am) - only 5 vans here at the moment

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Amy&Cookie

Beautiful and well maintained. Enough space for max 30 vehicles/setups. Roads have just been graded.

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User 2017784

Full almost

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djmatt

Great spot not real busy at the moment

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Sal N Col

Love this spot, second stay in 2 weeks! Please remember the donation box, and remember to take your rubbish with you

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Vanessa 2

Nice spot. Plenty of camps. Not full yet. Beautiful to have a little walk.

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