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Snug Beach Cabin and Caravan Park

View over camp sites of Mt Wellington
Snug beach
Waterview Cabins
Camp kitchen
Camp Kitchen interior
Unpowered sites
Powered sites
Snug Beach Cabin and Caravan Park offers beachfront holiday accommodation at Snug, in southern Tasmania. Snug is a 30 minute drive from Hobart and a 10 minute drive from Kingston or from the Bruny Island ferry at Kettering. The Snug Beach Cabin and Caravan Park overlooks North West Bay on the D'Entrecasteaux Channel. The property has 19 self-contained cabins, 40 powered sites and 20 unpowered sites, set among landscaped gardens. The one and two bedroom ensuite cabins can accommodate up to seven guests and have well-equipped kitchens and a comfortable lounge area. Some of the level, grassed camping sites have beach frontage. Some of the powered sites are drive-through. There is a well-equipped amenities block, coin-operated laundromat and a camp kitchen with undercover barbecues. Snug has two general stores, a butcher, post office, tavern, pharmacy, service station and a restaurant. You can swim, fish or launch your boat at Snug Beach, or catch the nearby ferry to Bruny Island where you can bushwalk, take a wildlife cruise or drive to the Cape Bruny lighthouse. Snug is ideally located for exploring the Huon Valley and Channel Regions with their wonderful scenery and many attractions.


Camp Kitchen

Communal Kitchen

Communal Lounge

Communal Refrigerator

Communal Shower

Drive through sites available

Dump point

Family Friendly


Non Smoking

Alfresco/Outdoor Dining

Outdoor Furniture

Pet Friendly - Enquire

Disabled access available, contact operator for details.


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Family Cabin

Self contained cabins have one or two bedrooms, with a full kitchen and bathroom, television and lounge. Some of these cabins can sleep up to 7 people. The cabins can accommodate between 2 and 7 people

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Studio Cabin

Studio cabins are fully self-contained and open plan motel style for two people.

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Camp site

Camp Sites are sites without a power connection in a level grassy area adjoining Snug beach. Sites are suitable for tents, camper trailers and small motor homes. A camp kitchen provides kitchen and bbq facilities to share across the powered and unpowered sites

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Budget Cabin

Budget self-contained cabins have one or two bedrooms, with cooking facilities, bathroom, television and lounge.

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Waterview Cabin

Fully self-contained luxury waterview cabins have two bedrooms and can sleep up to four adults. They have a full kitchen and bathroom.

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Serviced Site

Typically a Serviced Site is a site where power is supplied for caravan/campervan users. A number of sites are drive through.

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Easy Access Cabin

A family cabin with easy access. Ramp access, a large bathroom, curtain separating the living from the bedroom proving room for wheelchair or walker.

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Bay View Family Cabins

These two bedroom cabins are our most popular family cabins and can sleep up to 7 people with a queen bed, a double bed and three singles. They have a kitchen, a living area and a bathroom and an outside balcony which runs along the long side of the cabin. The cabins look across the tennis court and beach side park to the Northwest Bay. They have parking beside the cabin and small yards.

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