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Lime Bay Campground

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8 Reviews

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Remy E.
1 month ago

Beautiful campsite. Lots of room. Busy just after easter weekend but the site was large enough that we didn't feel crowded. Camped in a tent very comfortably. Relatively smooth dirt track in. No firewood collection allowed within the state reserve. Water available but should be boiled before drinking.

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Carol l.
1 month ago
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Sika-Marie J.
2 months ago

Great spot. Need 13 for standard two people cash for a site pay on arrival. Clean toilets and nice beach views

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Liz l.
1 year ago

Nice campsite.

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Tom E.
2 years ago


Location

181 Coal Mine Rd,
Sloping Main,
Tasmania

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Listing type
Campsite
Caravans
Yes
Management
National Parks

Closest

BP Store Dunalley

6.69 km

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