Cooee Point Reserve camping Tasmania

Cooee Point Reserve – Free – Tasmania

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Cooee Point is a great place to camp by the ocean and is conveniently located just outside Burnie.

Cooee Point Camping

Any size rig will fit here and most people park parallel to the water so most get a sea view. It’s a windy location and quite cool with it but well worth stopping at.

If you get here early and don’t get a spot over looking the water, park opposite for a while till someone leaves as they always do. On the flip side don’t arrive to late as it gets busy but most will still find a spot.

Water & Dump Point

Cooee Point Reserve has potable water so you can fill your tanks before you park up or before you leave. This is in a separate area to the dump point which is way down the back of the camp. Add the fact that bins are also here, it makes this free camp so worth stopping at.

Location Location Location

Cooee Point campground is in Cooee 😉 of so many of Tassie’s north west coastal towns. Stanley is only 1 hour away, Devonport is 40 minutes and Penguin is around 20 minutes away.

You can even head inland to Cradle Mountain which is what we did. It’s around a 1.5 hours drive.

This is a 48 hour free camp for self-contained vehicles. A permit is required. If you have wickicamps you can easily follow the link to book it. I’ll add the link in the information below so you can see it.

Full Information

  • Location : Cooee Point Reserve
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  • State: Tasmania
  • Pets: NO
  • Camp type : Council, for 48hrs – Have a look at Burnie Councils Booking online form here
  • Price : $0
  • Water ? : Yes to park by and fill tanks
  • Power ? : No
  • Will suit: All sized vehicles
  • Is it on Wikicamps ?: Yes
  • Drive time to nearby shops: 2 minutes to Burnie
  • WIFI (tested with boost): Yes
  • Amenities : None you should be self-contained
  • Other : Dump point, by water, views, great location for north west coast and Cradle Mountain

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    • Dennis & Trinh
    • February 24, 2020

    Yabba Dabba Dooooooo ! And Cooee cobber.
    Lovely spot once again you guys have discovered and willing to share with us all…Fantastic.
    Can see will be my shout for white wine & beer when ever we cross paths or just catch up.
    Thanks again Sue and Larry.
    regards Trinh & Dennis

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