Montagu Park Campground – Montagu, TAS

Montagu camping

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Montagu Park Campground, located approximately 20 kilometres west of Smithton, is a spacious campground overlooking the Robbins Island passage.

This paid, dog-friendly campground has toilets, picnic tables, BBQs, and non-potable water. Montagu camping sites are spread throughout the park, with sites located up the hill under shady gums and down to the waterfront. We had site 28A for our stay, giving us picture-perfect water views while being tucked up against the tree line, providing a nice wind break and a little extra privacy for our site.

The Monatgu campground has a caretaker on site from 1 November to 30th April (peak season). If you want to stay during the off-peak season, contact the River Breeze Caravan Park at Smithton on (03) 6452 1181 for bookings and payment. Note that the campground is closed during October for maintenance.

Also located at the campground is a public boat ramp, and excellent fishing can be found in the waters throughout the Robbins Island passage. We did not have a boat, but went fishing off the rock wall near the ramp and caught salmon and snook during our stay.

Montagu camping

Address: 380 Old Port Road, Montagu TAS 7330

Website: https://www.circularhead.tas.gov.au/community-and-recreation/recreation/montagupark

Wikicamps link:  https://wikicamps.com.au/site/Tasmania/Campground/Montagu+Park+Recreational+Reserve/19168

Cost: From $20 per night for 2 adults and up to 3 children. Additional people and weekly rates available.

Montagu camping

  • Pet-friendly
  • Toilets
  • Non-drinking water
  • Picnic tables
  • Rubbish bins
  • BBQs
  • Fire pits allowed (except during fire bans)
  • Generators allowed
  • Swimming
  • Fishing
  • Boat ramp
  • Patchy mobile phone reception
  • Gas bottle exchange available
  • Suitable for 2WD, caravans, camper trailers, motorhomes, buses and tents
Montagu Park Campground
Montagu campground
Montagu Park campground

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