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Bakers Point Narwantapu National Park

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6 Reviews

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Briley
2 months ago

Very spacious area, with some great private camp spots. Good toilet, shower and camp fire facilities. Short walk/drive to beautiful beach.

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Kath W.
3 months ago

Great camp site with plenty of space. Lots of birds and other wildlife. Very quiet and private. Access to bay and beach close by for good walks. Clean composting toilets. New National Parks informatio... Read more

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Demi J.
1 year ago

Lovely spot with big sites and easy access to the beach. Sites have fire pits setup so you just need to bring your wood. Amenities are long drop toilets with water for drinking (once boiled), token showers and flushing toilets being about a 4km drive away. Ensure all rubbish/food etc is secure as wildlife visit throughout the night.

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Mitchell C.
1 year ago
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Cliff W.
3 years ago

Beautiful location on the estuary, large campsites and well protected from the winds, a couple of sites with water views. We were lucky to get the only one nearly on the water. Good clean drop toilets and showers are available at Springlawn Campgrounds, tokens required



Location

Bakers Beach,
Port Sorell,
Tasmania

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Management
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Closest

Shearwater

2.09 km

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