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Mt William National Park Camp Sites
Located north-east of Launceston, Mt William National Park is reached by back roads from Gladstone. From Launceston, travel to Gladstone via Scottsdale (A3 and B82), or via the East Tamar and Bridport (A8 and B82). From Gladstone it is 17 km (on gravel roads C843 and C845) to the Park entrance at the northern end of the park.
Several sheltered camping areas have been developed around Stumpys Bay in the north of the park. There is also a camp site at the far northern end of the park, just before Musselroe Bay township.
At the southern end of the park campsites are found at the end of the beachside road from Eddystone Point to Deep Creek.
All official campsites are marked with signs and there are plenty of sheltered sites, but no power is provided.Campers are required to pay camping fees upon occupying a campsite. Deposit boxes are situated at each campground. Discounted week-long camping tags can be purchased at the Gladstone Store.
See Camping and Cabin Fees for further details and costs.
Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service
Phone enquiries: call 1300 TASPARKS (1300 827 727) - Monday to Friday (9am-4:30pm)