Black River Campground

GPS: -40.84970 , 145.32712
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  • Campground
  • Boat Ramp
  • Fishing Spot
Bass Highway
Black River TAS 7321
Tel: (03) 6452 4998
  • BYO firewood & drinking water
  • Bring camp fire pot. No fires to be lit on the ground
  • Canoeing & Sailing
  • Fees $13 a night (January 2013)
  • Self register station

Driving Directions

Turn at the sign off the Bass Hwy, 8.5 km east of the Stanley turn-off, and head along a dirt track for 700 m.

Last updated by kathiew on 5th January, 2015
Black River Campground is part of the beautiful Peggs Beach Conservation Area. These sites are nestled in coastal vegetation next to the Black River estuary. There is safe swimming at lovely Brickmakers Beach and a boat-launching ramp into the river.
You must bring firewood and a fire pot because campfires should not be lit on the ground. Tank water is available but should be boiled or treated for drinking. There are plenty of spaces – secluded or open – including sites that can accommodate large rigs.

Extensive camp area behind the dunes. Many sheltered sites (this area can be windy). Worth exploring before choosing site.
If wet, some parts may be inaccessible.
Self register station and ranger visits to check.
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spida
18/03/2015
Mar 2015 - still $13 per vehicle (2 people) per night, or $50 for 7 days, $125 for 30 days.
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