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Savage River Regional Reserve Camp Sites
Limited access into the adjacent regional reserve by 4WD is possible from the east via the Murchison Highway and from the south via the Waratah-Corinna Road
The Savage River Regional Reserve and areas outside the reserve provide recreational opportunities such as fishing, particularly in the Arthur River, which is generally more accessible. Brown trout have been released into the Arthur River and are a primary target for anglers. Camping, scenic four-wheel driving, rafting, canoeing and kayaking also occur in the area.
To the north west of the national park, there are a number of Forest Reserves, such as Julius River Forest Reserve and Milkshakes Hills Forest Reserve. These are accessible by standard vehicles, have facilities such as picnic tables and barbecues, provide a range of short walks and offer an insight into the magnificent rainforest ecosystem that comprises the Savage River National Park. Full details of access and the facilities available can be found on Forestry Tasmania's web site.
Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Service
Phone enquiries: call 1300 TASPARKS (1300 827 727) - Monday to Friday (9am-4:30pm)