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Cloudy Bay Camp

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3 Reviews

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Guest A.
1 year ago
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max v.
2 years ago

Awesome camp sites with plenty of room. There’s a long drop and a $10 honesty box for a night. Accessed driving along the beach at cloudy bay

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Guest A.
4 years ago


Location

980 Cloudy Bay Rd,
South Bruny,
Tasmania

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Listing type
Campsite
Management
National Parks

Average temperature

January
L 12°C
H 19°C
February
L 12°C
H 19°C
March
L 12°C
H 18°C
April
L 10°C
H 16°C
May
L 9°C
H 14°C
June
L 7°C
H 12°C
July
L 7°C
H 12°C
August
L 7°C
H 12°C
September
L 8°C
H 14°C
October
L 8°C
H 15°C
November
L 10°C
H 16°C
December
L 11°C
H 18°C
Source: Meteostat

Closest

BP Dover

134.63 km

Chargefox (fast)

15.61 km

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82.46 km

Big Roaring Beach

137.26 km

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