Main Street Waratah, Tasmania 7321
Waratah Camping Ground offers caravan and campsite facilities at Waratah on Tasmania’s west coast. Waratah is a small tin mining town situated halfway between Burnie and Queenstown.
The campground is situated beside a small lake and has 30 campsites and 10 powered sites, electric barbeques, amenities block and laundry facilities.
Bring your caravan or tent to the centre of an old mining town surrounded by wilderness - forest, mountains, lakes and rivers. The campground is a short walk to Lake Waratah and the famous Waratah Waterfall, once used as a source of power in the States second hydro-electric scheme. Where else would you find a waterfall in the middle of town? Enjoy the floodlights at night! The energetic will enjoy a one hour walk to the Old Power House and a game of golf.
The park is convenient to shops, hotel, and the museum. Waratah is close to trout lakes, bushwalking tracks, waterfalls, gold panning, mine tours, the Pieman River cruises, and Cradle Mountain is about a 50 minutes’ drive so Waratah makes an ideal base to explore the west coast.
A deposit of AUD10 is required for the key.There is a cost of AUD11 for non-campers who want to access washing machines and showers.
Contact Waratah Camping Ground for price details.
Office Phone: 03-6439-7100
Contact Waratah Camping Ground for reservations and other inquiries.