Lime Bay Campground

Private Campground - Tasmania


The Lime Bay State Reserve campground is flanked by crescent-shaped beaches and sits on a sandy shelf just above the waterline with views across Norfolk Bay. The shady campsites are suitable for tents and caravans. They are not numbered.

Facilities include four pump-flush toilets and camp fireplaces. Fire restrictions are common in Summer and fuel stoves are recommended for cooking. 

Generators are permitted here but must be switched off by 10pm.  All other noise, including music must also stop by 10pm. 

Camping is self-registration, there are no staff permanently on site. Please come prepared with the correct money to pay camping fees in the self-registration box.

Lime Bay can be busy during long weekends, as bookings are not taken, it is advised to arrive early to find a site.

Tank water is provded, however boiling water for 3 minutes or sterilising is recommended. 

Campfires are only permitted within designated fireplaces within the campground and only when fire restrictions are not in place.  Bring your own firewood but please observe fire restriction periods. Fuel stoves are recommended.

Chainsaws, wood gathering, pets and firearms are prohibited.

4WD vehicles and motorbikes are not permitted off designated roads.

Pretty spot but disappointed on arrival to find no dogs allowed.

Lime Bay is a get away from it all type site, basic facilities and plenty of room to spread out. You must take with you whatever you want as the nearest shops are quite a drive away. Some interesting ruins and historic sites on the road in/out.
Camping Fee (Family) $16.00
Per family, per night (2 adults, 3 children) - from

Additional Child $2.50
Per child, per night (aged 5-17 years) - from

Additional Adult $5.00
Per adult, per night - from

Camping Site $13.00
Per Site, per night (2 Adults) - from