The Moulting Bay Campground, Bay of Fires Conservation Area, is located on the far North East Coast of Tasmania and close to the small holiday and fishing village of St Helens and Bay of Fires. Moulting Bay camping area is accessed off the C843 road, and is located app. 7 kilometres or 10-minutes drive north of St Helens. You will find a good number of campsites at the Moulting Bay Campground that are mostly set amongst the trees, but with many also having easy access to the St Georges Bay river where you can fish from the shore, a boat or kayak. There is a single pit toilet only but no other facilities. To camp at Moulting Bay you will need to be largely self-sufficient and carry your own water and firewood, and remove all rubbish. The maximum stay is 4 weeks. Dogs are OK at Moulting Bay (kept on a lead and under control). Fishing is a popular activity at the Moulting Bay campground – please take care near water. Moulting Bay campground is located in the 1600 ha Humbug Point Nature Reserve and is a great spot for birdwatching and wildlife. This campground is on the northern side of Georges Bay, and features attractive coastal woodland from sheltered Moulting Bay to sparkling ocean beaches that are a feature of the Bay of Fires. There are options for bushwalking, swimming, fishing, boating and paddling. See also: camping Policemans Point.