Abel Tasman Caravan Park is located 800m from the Spirit of Tasmania Ferry Terminal, 400m to commuter ferry across the river to Central Devonport, with Shopping Mall and Movie Theatre.
|Unpowered Sites||$10 per person (min $15)
|Fully self contained cabins with linen provided |
|Family Cabins sleep 5 - 7 person|
|Powered Sites (Stay for 7 nights Pay for 6)|
We are less than 1hour drive from Cradle Mountain National Park.
Our comfortable family cabins are well appointed, with main bed made up with linen. Our spacious sites can accommodate large rigs, and with our excellent facilities together with River Beach frontage we can offer you a fabulous holiday to remember.
The City of Devonport sits on the banks of the Mersey River in the centre of Tasmania’s fertile Mersey/Forth valley.
Devonport has a number of attractions to suit the whole family.
- Just a short drive from the city centre, the Tasmanian Arboretum displays trees and shrubs from around the world.
- Culture is centred at the Devonport Regional Art Gallery.
- Explore the wonders of Mole Creek Limestone Caves and the amazing murals at Sheffield.
- Kids will love the up-to-the minute interactive exhibits at the Imaginarium Science Centre
- All the family will enjoy a game of mini golf.
- Devonport is a shoppers city; to browse in the unique boutiques and the specialty shops.
- No visit to Devonport is complete without a cruise on the calm waters of the Mersey River estuary taking in the unique sights of Devonport and surrounds from the MV Centurion, while sampling some of the region’s superb food and wine.
- Eating out is popular too! Savour locally grown produce served in a variety of cuisines in the citys many restaurants and cafes all served fresh from paddock to plate.
When travelling the West Coast of Tasmania, also make sure you call in at our Tullah Lakeside Lodge for a meal or accommodation (between Wynyard and Strahan) and even a spot of fishing.
Tullah Lakeside Lodge has many attractions of it’s own:
- Fishing or exploring lake Rosebery by boat.
- If you’re looking for keepsakes or gifts, there are a wealth of hand-crafted artifacts such as bowls, platters, clocks, and vases, many items made from huon pine, sassafras or Tasmanian oak.
- There are many walking tracks around the Tullah area to explore.
- Mountain bike across the surrounding hills and take in the magnificent views across to the distant peaks of the western wilderness.
- Tullah Museum,
- Mineral Display and Prospectors Scratch Patch Gems,
- Local Arts, crafts and produce for sale.
- Café serving light meals. Located at the Tullah Hotel, Murchison Highway.
- Tullah Sweetwater Cruises - A 2 hour wine and cheese cruise on Lake Rosebery - up the canyon of Murchison towards the Murchison Dam. Daily from 6pm (Weather permitting).
- Wee Georgie Wood Steam Railway - Experience how the pioneers miners used to travel into Tullah on this journey that departs from the centre of the town.
- Lyns Teddies - A private home displaying a collection of hand made bears, some of which are for sale. Open most days 9am - 5pm. Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday.
We look forward to seeing you soon. Please book early.
Please mention you found us on the GoSeeAustralia.com.au website when you contact us!