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River's Edge Wilderness Camping is situated in the heart of the pristine Huon Valley, Australia's most southern end!

Set up camp and explore one of the most scenic regions in Australia!

 

campsites
 
Campsite Attractions:
SPACE AND TRANQUILITY !  Most people that come and visit us, DO NOTHING! "The best place around to wind down!"
Varying sized, easy access, level sites. Each varying in size that would be suitable from 1 tent to 8 vans. (We will give you a site to suit your needs)
Firepots at every site
Communal camp kitchen and lounge area
Disability accessed amenities block
Powered sites available
BBQ and outdoor settings available near the river for all campers and day users
Pet friendly. (Dogs must remain on your site or on a lead when not on your site)
A kilometer of river frontage for Trout fishing, (license required).
Large swimming holes along the Russell River
Nearby bush tracks to explore. Great for the 4WD and registered offroad enthusiasts
See if you can spot our wild Platypus, and the two Wedge Tailed Eagles that live in the Lonnavale valley
Bring your spot light to see the abundance of native wildlife at night
Bring your Footy, loads of room for a kick
Flat open spaces for bicycle riding
 
Kids and big kids activities:
Footy
Cricket
Exploring the grounds
Build your own camp fire
Swimming (wetsuit and boots a good idea)
6 hole disc golf course available at Christmas
Sand Volleyball court on site
 
 
Farm:
Our campground is part of a working farm, many beef cattle to be seen.
 
 
 
Winter:
Enjoy a frolic in the snow on the Campsite’s surrounding hills.

 

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The camp site is a short drive from Hartz Mountains National Park where you can take short strolls out to the glacial lakes in the area, or try the more challenging walks up to the highest peak of Hartz mountain (1255 m).

Close to Hartz Mountains is the Tahune Air Walk where you can walk through the three-storey high canopy of a Tasmanian forest to the end where you stand 48 metres above the ground and can view the majestic meeting of the Huon and Picton rivers. The Tahune forest also has a variety of walks of varying difficulties, the most popular being the Huon Pine Track where you can walk amongst 2000 year old giant Huon Pines.

A bit further to the south you will find the Hastings Caves State Reserve Where you can enjoy a guided tour of Newdegate Cave and a dip in the thermal springs.

When you're done exploring the wilderness why not take some time out to indulge yourself?

With Huonville a short drive away and Cygnet and Franklin nearby, you can enjoy Tasmania's finest produce cooked fresh in great restaurants and cafes and even tour the local vineyards sampling some of the best wine Tasmania has to offer!

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