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Hellyer Gorge Reserve

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4 Reviews

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bert
4 months ago

Beware it’s not easily found

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Aircamper
5 months ago

No reception, super secluded. Only one available real camping spot, a couple are chained off. Toilets not working.

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Morgan
10 months ago

Toilets and bins available. Blocked off some spots with chains but still enough room to stay in a roof top tent / caravan. More room for tents though. Right next to river.

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Ashlyn T.
1 year ago

Lovely small spot in the heart of the rainforest. Located at the Hellyer Gorge rest stop, pull in just off the road. Limited spots approx 10, toilets available, old but clean, toilet paper and bins pr... Read more



Location

Murchison Hwy,
Parrawe,
Tasmania

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Details

Listing type
Campsite
Caravans
Yes
Management
State Forest

Closest

Yolla Milk Bar

11.31 km

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