The Mayfield Bay Campsite & Conservation Area


3.9 from 51 users


11830 Tasman Hwy, Rocky Hills, Tasmania


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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Lat: -42.239445 Lng: 148.012991

User Reviews


Sal N Col

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


Vanessa 2

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



Great spot . Had Awesome stay.


Sheps Rest

Great place clean toilets with paper, can get a bit full if you come in late you might miss out on a spot



It's a relatively small campground but a very short walk to the beach. If you love the sound of waves then this is the spot for you!! Toilets are very clean, they were cleaned by the ranger this morning too! A big thumbs up!!



8pm tonight, campsite is full ! We re moving to the next one


User 951419

Wonderful. Took a high spot as it's supposed to rain Friday. Gorgeous beach. Well presented and a fair few spots. Pretty full today. Lovely showing of convict built bridge. Good loo's and have toilet paper (shhhh DONT tell the panickers).



Campervan Review. Busy campsite however we managed to get the last spot right in front of the water. Would highly recommend (if you can get a spot)



Popular camping spot with an absolutely gorgeous beach right at the doorstep!! There is a convict built 3 arch bridge just along the beach underneath the modern bridge. $5 per night, donation box near toilets. Follow my van adventures on Instagram @vanderlust_life


Keith 33

The worst experience in our Tassie travels first night backpackers partying then next night locals till 4am give the place a wide berth plenty of better sites, it's a shame it's being ruined by a few as it's a nice well maintained camp ground on the beach

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