The Location

This free camping area is one of the best in Tassie.  It has a maximum stay of 14 days.  It is grassy with plenty of shade available.  Here you will find toilets with disabled access, hot showers, water, picnic table and dump point.  Pets are not allowed here and there is a gold coin is needed to use the shower.  Photo buffs will love taking photos here, keep an eye out in the pond for ducks and platypus.

Conditions of Stay

1. Northeast Park is a free camping area, donations towards the maintenance of the park are greatly appreciated.

2. Maximum Stay is strictly 14 days.

3. Shower facilities in the caravan park amenities block are coin operated. Showers are to be left in a clean and tidy state.

4. Security of your van/tent and belongings is your responsibility.

5. Solid fuel fires are not allowed during Total Fire Ban Periods. Any other time of the year solid fuel fires are permitted – but strictly in off-the-ground fire pots/stoves only. You will have to supply your own fire pot and wood/fuel. Please be considerate towards other campers – if wind conditions are likely to blow smoke into other campsites, don’t light a fire!

6. It is prohibited to use generators, power tools or chainsaws anywhere in Northeast Park.

7. Pets/animals are permitted within Northeast Park. Pets must be controlled at all times whilst in the park.

8. The Accommodation and Hospitality Standard for Australia prescribes free passage of 2.4m between caravan/tent sites. The space is for free passage in case of emergency.

9. Please exercise consideration at all times in regards to noise.

10. If you have a concern or complaint please report it to Dorset Council on 6352 6500 or for after-hours emergency the number is 1300 858 824.



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Due to public demand this site is once again pet friendly! The maximum stay has been extended to 14days. We only stayed o/n, but did go for a long walk , with dog, in the extensive gardens & bushland, which lead to the rail trail. We also spent an enjoyable 10mins watching the resident platypus frollicking in the ponds!



Amazing how many campers here for Australia Day and enjoying the facilities and beautiful park walks and water features. Ducks and eels and a possible sighting of a platypus. Toilet block cleaned regularly and is well used. Water and gray water disposal sites are in multiple positions. The town is well patronised by campers. Dump point is easily accessed. The BBQ is immaculate in cleanliness.



This is a very popular overnight stop, grassed and some shade. It is within walking distance to the shops and town generally, but up a fair hill. Site can get quite crowded so pays to get in early. Site beside a busy road so there can be some noise.



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Don’t know how this palace rates so highly, currently full but could fit 8-10 more motor homes if the rude campers who are currently there parked better. Extremely disappointed with the actions of campers at the moment



Great spot, good facilities, water taps throughout park. Donation box beside female amenities on a large boulder. Thank you Dorset Council.



Very busy and quite full even in April. Packed in like a caravan park. And at bottom of hill you get trucks braking which can be quite noisy. Good facilities though in a lovely town. If you want to stay here get in early or go to one of the other RV parks in Dover shire. The Dover Council is very progressive in promoting RV stays. Good to see.



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Great site with toilets, hot water showers, water taps and grey water disposal. Have dollar coins for showers -$3.00 for shower. Dump point on site. Very popular spot for campers. Traffic noise at night as beside the main road. Donation box beside ladies toilet and definitely well deserved.



Very popular spot, they are putting in more water taps, etc. So please leave money in the donation box. Recommended.



Great Park. About 10 drive through sites with water hookup and grey water drainage. Suitable for big rigs.



Very popular place to stop near Scottsdale, on the route to the east coast. Unfortunately, sometimes the venue is overcrowded and it might be best to move on. Scottsdale is a nice small town where all facilities are a available and it is easy to spend some time.