The Collingwood River (starting point for rafting/canoeing trips down Franklin River) has basic campsites on the eastern side of the river. There are no facilities. The area is a Fuel Stove Only Area - campfires are not allowed.
This is the starting point for raft or canoe trips down the Franklin River, of which the Collingwood is a tributary. It is a pleasant place to stop for a breath of fresh air and a stroll along the river bank. A short, 5 minute walk along the eastern bank of the river will bring you to the junction of the Alma and Collingwood rivers. Basic campsites are available, but there are no facilities. In summer, you may see rafting parties setting out for trips down the Franklin River. Ahead of them lie two weeks of inspiration and adventure through the wild river lands of the Tasmanian wilderness.
Franklin Gordon Rivers National park, Tasmania, 7001
Coordinates & Contact Details-42.162315, 145.9261303 6471 7122
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