We have put together a sample itinerary of how you could spend 30 nights in Tasmania for around $200 (subject to price changes) when touring in a fully self-contained vehicle. A self contained vehicle is one that has tank system for holding water, a bathroom (Shower & toilet), cooking and sleeping facilities.
|Name||Nearest Major Town||LINK||Cost Per Night||Max Stay||Comments|
|Sorell||Hobart||RV Friendly Sorell||$10 per person||3 nights||Great local facilities|
|Franklin||Huonville||RV Friendly Franklin||$15 per van per night||4 nights||Spectacular location|
|Campbell Town||Launceston||Campbell Town Overnight Stay||Free of charge||2 nights||Picturesque setting|
|St Marys||Scamander||RV Friendly St Marys||Donation||4 nights||Historic town|
|Deloraine||Launceston||RV Friendly Deloraine||Free of charge||1 night||Close to local services|
|Devonport||Devonport||RV Friendly Devonport||$10 per vehicle per night||3 nights||Close to Spirit of Tasmania|
|Smithton||Smithton||RV Friendly Smithton||Free of charge||3 nights||Spectacular setting|
|New Norfolk||Hobart||RV Friendly New Norfolk||Free of charge||14 nights||Beautiful Derwent Valley|
|Strahan||Queenstown||RV Friendly Strahan||$10 per vehicle per night||7 nights||Golf course setting|
|Pontville||Hobart||RV Friendly Pontville||$5 per vehicle per night||2 nights||Close to Hobart|
Check out Caravan Parks Tasmania list of the 10 best RV Friendly Towns in Tasmania, so you can plan your RV holiday in Tassie by staying in RV friendly locations at low or no cost.