WELCOME to the best spot on Bruny Island, Tasmania. This privately owned 50 acre private forest, boasting 3/4 of a kilometre of stunning coastline and private beach is a slice of paradise and the perfect place for a camping holiday.
Situated in a sheltered corner of Cloudy Bay, surrounded by dramatic walks and spectacular coastline to explore, with the main attractions of Bruny Island close by. Relax with some fishing or enjoy the outstanding surfing beaches.
Campsites are suitable for large tents, camper trailers,and motor homes you can be self-contained or use the shelters with fitted BBQ's . We have lovely flushing toilets and camp showers on request. While some water is available, campers will need to provide own drinking water.Fire wood is provided on site.
We now have a Glamping site which will be available from December 1st all you need to bring is you clothes and your food. As an eco-friendly camp we strive to have minimal impact on the environment and as such encourage guests to conserve water and remove all rubbish on departing.
For the travellers we have tents available and other camping equipment on request.
We are by appointment only. Must call to book in to get the directions.
Secluded Beach Frontage
"A slice of paradise tucked away on the edge of the earth."
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There are countless activities around the Island that allow you to take in what the island has to offer.
On our property: 2 surf breaks, fishing & diving, birds and wild life, bike riding
Take a wine tour to enjoy the flavour of the region.
Hike trails and beaches to witness incredible views.
Experience fine produce at one of the region's many growers in the area.
Explore the south Bruny lighthouse, Partridge Island walking tracks and bird watching.
CLOSED UNTIL SEPTEMBER, FORWARD BOOKINGS AVAILABLE
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