The price is AU$124 per night from 19 Oct. to 19 Oct.AU$124
19 Oct. - 20 Oct.
Nestled on the beach, this East Devonport campsite is within 3 mi (5 km) of Devonport Ferry Terminal, Devonport Regional Gallery and Bass Strait Maritime Centre. ...
3.6/5 Good! (208 reviews)
"Our stay was very comfortable. We arrived late after getting of The Spirit of Tasmania. The reception we received was very kind and welcoming. Thank you. We will definitely be staying here again. Very convenient for first night in Tassie."
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Frequently asked questions
If you’re planning a road trip to Devonport, staying at a motorhome park is a great way to experience all the area offers. Travellers like the surrounding area for its museums. After you’ve settled in at the motorhome park in Devonport, take in the riverfront and coffee shops for a memorable trip.
Discovery Parks – Devonport is a highly recommended motorhome park for your road trip, featuring free self-parking and free WiFi. If you’ve fallen in love with the idea of a home on wheels, you might enjoy the barbecues and playground available at this campsite. On-site accommodation features a kitchen with a full-sized fridge, a hob and a separate dining area. Abel Tasman Caravan Park and Beauty Point Tourist Park are two other motorhome parks to consider.
You’ll find 2 motorhome parks near Devonport on Expedia.
If you’re looking for some ways to explore Devonport while making the most of your travel budget, this destination has lots to offer. Spots where you’ll find natural beauty on display include Bluff Beach, Mersey Bluff and Back Beach. Other places not to be missed include Devonport Regional Gallery, Devonport Ferry Terminal and Bass Strait Maritime Centre.
Reserving a spot at a motorhome park is a convenient and budget-friendly choice if you’re travelling to Devonport. This kind of accommodation provides you with a generous space to park your caravan and spend the night where you’re often surrounded by nature. Lots of motorhome parks are close to hiking spots and lakes, which makes it easy to enjoy the outdoors.