Lake Dulverton Rest Area - TAS RVFT

Free Camping - Tasmania


This free rest area has a maximum stay of 3 nights and is strictly for caravans and motorhomes only.  It is scenic with views over the lake.  It is grassy with some shade available.  Here you will find toilets, water, picnic tables and wood BBQ's.  There is a dump point nearby in town on the corner of William and Wellington Streets.  Donations are welcomed.

The overflow is huge and mainly flat. The RSL has meals some nights. Very close to the camp. There is notice board on High St. There is a tap on the lower section you can park and near the BBQ shed on the upper area.

Town is lovely and a short walk from the Rest Area. Carrington Mill is not operating but a great sight. Well worth staying a few days here and enjoying the history of the town. Make sure you leave a donation to help with upkeep box is near the entrance to the overflow area.

Lovely site, with level grass sites, plenty of room in grassed overflow area, toilets nearby, easy walk to town.

A tidy camp, with toilet facilities and garbage bins, close to the Old Mill and 200m walk to the Main Street of Oatlands, Tasmania

The original area beside the lake is quite small, so an overflow area is opened opposite in the stone walled former saleyards ground. Not much in the way of services on site, but close enough to the town to be able to go in for whatever is needed, for eating etc. Just over the fence is the restored mill and locally milled flour is available at the mill's Cafe. When we were there it was very busy, but there was space for all.

Lovely open area in overflow area. Suit large vehicles.Beware the abusive local lass at back of park. Came over welding long handle garden secateurs going crazy about us using a drone. Other than that brilliant place.

Lots of room here by the lake or in the sales yard (grassed). Try the supermarket in town as it seems to stock everything. Easy walking with lots of history.

The allocated area is quite small but there are other spots on the side of the lake. This town just has so much history and so many heritage listed buildings it is an absolute must on your places to see list.
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    Oatlands, Tasmania, 7120
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    -42.3005, 147.3763
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