Freycinet National Park

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Type:  Camping, Tourist Infomation

Capacity:  312

Tariff:  $13 - 22

Enquiry: email

Payments accepted:  Visa, Mastercard, Eftpos, Bankcard

*Camp sites re-open on 5th June 2020 and can be booked via phone 03 6256 7004 9am-4pm daily. The Visitor Information Centre will re-open on 15th June from 9am-4pm daily.*

Freycinet National Park’s campground is a beautiful coastal strip upon the dunes of Richardsons Beach and the granite knoll of Honeymoon Bay. All campsites are only metres from the clear, sheltered waters of Great Oyster Bay and its safe unpatrolled beaches.

The individual tent sites have potable water, toilets and cold water showers, shared access to the beach and are a short distance from the township of Coles Bay. Hardened RV sites are also available which have power, grey water disposal and access to hot water showers ($2).

Camping is extremely popular over the summer months through to Easter. Due to the high demand for campsites, a ballot system operates from the 18th December until the 10th February and for Easter each year. The ballot closes on the 31 July and is drawn early August. At other times it is recommended to book ahead especially if you require an RV site.

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More info:

Freycinet National Park, Coles Bay

Phone:  0362567000

Tariff:  DAILY - UP TO 24 HOURS per vehicle (up to 8 people) $24.00 per person/bus passenger $12.00 HOLIDAY - UP TO 2 MONTHS per vehicle (up to 8 people) $60.00 per person $30.00 ANNUAL per vehicle (up to 8 people) All Parks $96.00 per vehicle (up to 8 people), Concession $76.80 One Park $49.00, Concession $39.20 TWO YEARLY per vehicle (up to 8 people) All Parks $123.00 per vehicle (up to 8 people), Concession $98.00 Concessions are available to pensioners, and holders of seniors and health care cards. For further information go to

Disabled access:  Yes

Suitable for children:  Yes


The Freycinet National Park Visitor Centre has interpretive displays, walking track information and a range of quality sounvenirs and park passes sales.Camping sites with amenities along Richardson’s Beach and no ammenities (pit toilets) at Friendly Beaches. Sites are allocated by ballot from 18 December to The March long weekend and again at Easter. The ballot is drawn on the 1 August. Note: no fires (fuel stove only) or pets in park and no reliable water sources at wilderness campsites.