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Huon Bush Retreats

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Paul Dimmick, campsite manager, Aircamper since September 2020

This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated March 2021.


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Debbi C.
3 months ago

The drive out to the retreat is mostly along a gravel road. Don’t be put off. The facilities are excellent. Clean toilet and shower. Well equiped kitchen. Private camping area. Very friendly wallabies. The possums made themselves at home. There is a walk to Mt Misery which leaves from near the kitchen. No light pollution, meaning the Milky Way way shining brightly. Magic.

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Pauul D.
Campsite Manager
2 months ago

G'Day Debbi, Thanks for visiting Huon Bush Retreats. Yes, our remote location provides for spectacular starscapes on a clear night. Glad that you enjoyed the wildlife and walk also. Paul D



Location

300 Browns Rd,
Ranelagh TAS 7109,
Australia,
Tasmania

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No. of sites
6
Allotted Site
Yes
Cabins Available
Yes
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BP Huonville

4.18 km

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