Campervanning in North East Tasmania

Northern Tasmania is a fabulous destination for campervanners exploring our gorgeous island. Now, every campervanner knows the challenges of driving in rural regions, and not all roads or places are accessible with a campervan. We’re here to help! We have compiled this guide of great places to see in North East Tasmania, easily accessible from the comforts of Beauty Point Tourist Park.


Beaconsfield Mine & Heritage Centre

Beaconsfield Mine & Heritage CentreLocated in the heart of Beaconsfield, and a short 10 minute drive from Beauty Point Tourist Park, the Beaconsfield Mine & Heritage Centre showcases the Gold Mining history of the Tamar region. Learn the history of the region with interactive displays. Crawl through tunnels, and experience the essence of gold mining in Northern Tasmania.


Narawntapu National Park

Narawntapu National ParkFor lovers of the great Australian outdoors, Narawntapu National Park is the perfect destination to get up close to Tasmanian wildlife, dunes, wetlands, lagoons, and of course the sandy beaches nestled between Bass Strait and the small mountains of Asbestos Range. With the fabulous Bakers Beach within the National Park, Narawntapu National Park is fabulous place to experience when staying at Beauty Point Tourist Park.


Tamar Valley Wine Routes

Tamar Valley Wine RoutesThe Tamar Valley is world reknown for its quality wines, and there is no shortage of vineyards to visit on both sides of the Tamar River. Enjoy Tasmania’s produce in an easy drive from vineyard to vineyard where you can enjoy gourmet lunches, wine tasting, and that fabulous cellar door experience! With the region boasting breathtaking views, you truly can enjoy the finer things in life in a naturally beautiful part of the world, all from the comfort of your campervan.


Seahorse World and Platypus House

Seahorse WorldIn the heart of Beauty Point is Seahorse World and Platypus House. Both these world class venues get you up and close to these unique and gorgeous animals as well as showcasing other exotic animals for you to see. Great for the entire family, and with frequent tours each day, Seahorse World and Platypus House is a ‘Must Do’ when staying at Beauty Point Tourist Park.


Low Head

Low Head LighthouseOn the other side of the Tamar River is Low Head. Rich with historical significance for Tasmania and with lots to do and see, Low Head is a short 35 minute drive from Beauty Point in a campervan. Join a Penguin Tour at dusk, and see the magnificent Low Head Lighthouse at the same time. Visit the Low Head Historic Precinct and discover Australia’s oldest Pilot and Signal Station in Australia.

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