Policemans Point Camping Video

Policemans Point campground, Bay of Fires Conservation Area, is located on the far North East Coast of Tasmania and close to the small holiday town of Ansons Bay and Bay of Fires. Policemans Point camping area is accessed off the C843 road. To access from the South (St Helens / Binalong Bay), take the Ansons Bay Road (C843) for a distance of app. 34 kilometres on a reasonably rough gravel road until you see a sign with the turnoff to Policemans Point campground. If accessing Policemans Point campground from the Northern end, also take the C843 – Ansons Bay Road – for a distance of 3 kilometres to the west of Ansons Bay, and then for a further 5 kilometres to where you will see signs to the camping area. You will find a good number of campsites at the Policemans Point Campground that are mostly set amongst the trees, but with many also having beach access. There are good toilets with disabled access but no other facilities. To camp at Policemans Point, 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 Policeman’s Point (kept on a lead and under control) but not on the opposite side of the opening to the Bay, which is part of the Mt William National Park. Fishing is a popular activity at the Policemans Point campground, Ansons Bay Tasmania with options to fish from the beach and immediately next to the campground in the opening into Anson’s Bay – please take care near water. See also:

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