Camping Lake Sorell Video

Camping Lake Sorell, Dago Point Central Highlands Tasmania, popular trout fishing waterway recently reopened after being closed to eradicate carp. The Dago Point campground, Lake Sorell in Interlaken Tasmania in Tassie’s famous Central Highlands Fishing region is true bush camping with limited facilities – to camp at Lake Sorell, you must be fully self-sufficient, with the exception of basic pit toilets. The campsites are set among tall trees beside Lake Sorell foreshore with around 100 camping spots available. There is no cost to camp Dago Point Lake Sorell, and dogs under control and on leads at all times are OK. People planning to fish at Lake Crescent should use Dago Point campground as their base as there is no camping at Lake Crescent. It is just a short drive to Lake Crescent from Lake Sorell Campground. If you simply want to get away from it all and enjoy some peace and quiet in the Australian bush, consider camping Lake Sorell. To access the Dago Point campground Lake Sorell Interlaken Tasmania, drive to the small settlement of Interlaken, which is located around 30 kilometres from either the Midland Highway near Tunbridge or from the Lake Highway. Look for the signposts to the campground, which starts around 300 m from the turn-off on a gravel road. See also: Camping Penstock Lagoon: Camping Pumphouse Bay:

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