Bakers Point Campground is a campground within Narawntapu National Park, managed by the Parks and Wildlife Service Tasmania.
The Bakers Point campgrounds are unpowered and are available for caravans and camping, with campfires permitted in the designated fireplaces. Bring your own pre-cut firewood. Please note that seasonal restrictions may apply. There are accessible campsites, toilets and a picnic area with unsheltered tables. A blackwater dump point is available at the campground.
Camping fees apply but bookings are not required. Park passes and camping fees can be paid at the Springlawn Visitor Centre. After-hours campers are able to use a self-registration system at the Springlawn Visitors Centre, but cash is required.
Important further information about camping in Narawntapu National Park can be found by following the link the the PWS website. Total site number and capacity are estimates only.
Refer to the ‘Know before you go’ webpage on the Parks and Wildlife Service Tasmania website (parks.tas.gov.au) and take a moment to look over our essential information for visiting Tasmania's national parks and reserves, including information about alerts, safety and national park entry fees where applicable.