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Neck Reserve Camping Area

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3003 Bruny Island Main Rd, South Bruny TAS 7150, Australia

Neck Reserve Camping Area is a business providing services in the field of Campground, Park, Lodging, . The business is located in 3003 Bruny Island Main Rd, South Bruny TAS 7150, Australia.
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Neck Reserve Camping Area is located in Kingborough Council of Tasmania state. On the street of Bruny Island Main Road and street number is 3003. . You can get more information from their website.

Category: Campground, Park, Lodging, (Edit)
Address: 3003 Bruny Island Main Rd, South Bruny TAS 7150, Australia
Postal code: 7150
Website: http://www.parks.tas.gov.au/index.aspx?base=7431

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  • Bienve López on Google

    (February 9, 2019, 11:49 am)

    Great camping. There isn't anyone there but there is a box where you can leave the money. It was just $10! The camping is big and roomy and is in front of the beach. Furthermore, there is a clean toilet! The bad point is that it hasn't showers!

  • James Coburn on Google

    (January 31, 2019, 9:45 pm)

    Right next to the beautiful beach, many camp sites, clean long drop toilet this campsite is recommended for all sorts of campers. Ultra large caravans may be hard to get into the site if you're not confident but there were plenty of caravans, vans, tents and swags across the site over the Aus day long weekend. We'll be going back there!

  • Sylvia Postlethwaite on Google

    (January 23, 2019, 6:33 am)

    Great spot, located in bushland, 100 metre walk to clean sandy beach. Ideal for sea fishing. Free water tap, Toilets onsite.

  • Ross Mckitrick on Google

    (January 13, 2019, 10:14 am)

    Fantastic sandy camp ground right on the beach. The running water was a blessing and we found the location perfectly positioned for exploring the island. Spent 3 days there across Christmas and found it to have ample space between sites so as not to feel to overrun. Open fires are permitted but there is no fire pits to speak of

  • Marcia Exten on Google

    (December 4, 2018, 9:29 pm)

    Nature at it's best, close to the beach, shady trees. I do think we scored the best site though, lucky us. The weather wasn't great but we were on higher ground on a stony gravel so rain didn't cause any muddy puddles, unlike the other sites. But highly recommend, excellent spot. Did definitely come again

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