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Great place to stay, though a tranquil morning it was not with the bulldozers and machinery starting up at 6am.
Disappointing that enclosed fire devices such as the ozpig could not be used, though 20 meters away in the day area were open fire pits,...More
A very busy National Park with great facilities including a cafe with well
priced meals and a gift shop. Great walks with well constructed steps and paths. Interesting signs along the way and some beautiful waterfalls and very old huge trees. Great place to spend...More
A great waypoint and a credit to Parks and Wildlife. Current camp managers doing a brilliant job. Camp sites are adequate size, amenities are clean with abundant hot water. Sites are powered with connectable water supply, all for $20/night for 2 adults. Well laid out...More
This was the absolute best experience we have had in Tasmania. It snowed the whole time we were at lake dobson. The kids loved playing in the snow. Russell falls was spectacular and very easy to walk to. Highly recommend seeing this place.
Yet another MUST SEE whilst in TAS. Wonderful campsite, fantastic walks, platypus, moss, ferns, enormous trees, flowing river, the Grotto glow worms, the waterfall ... & the best part, as soon as dusk arrives out come all the critters. Wombats, big & small, Echidnas, Possums,...More
if it's not a fire ban there is a fire pit that can be used just near the camp ground. The wood is stocked by the rangers. I'm not sure about individual fires for each site though but I don't think you can have those.
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"For more than 6 or two groups together take Telopea huts as they are conjoined."