COMING SOON! We have some BIG plans for another brand new facility. The new building will include an indoor seated area for 100+ people – perfect for group travel, an indoor games room, campers kitchen, external BBQ areas and a gym + much more.
From delectable gourmet offerings to exquisite handmade creations, the shop continually introduces new and seasonal treasures. Whether it’s the rich flavours of artisanal jams and preserves, the natural sweetness of Tasmanian honey, or the sensory delights of locally crafted skincare products, the shop offers a rotating selection that showcases the very best of Tasmania.
This vibrant Rainbow Jumping Pillow offers endless fun for children, providing a safe and energetic outdoor activity. The pillow is encircled by soft sand, ensuring safety while kids bounce and play. It’s an ideal spot for children to expend energy, potentially aiding in a more restful night for parents.
The playground is a hub of activity, featuring swings, a climbing frame, and a sandy area for younger children. It’s spacious enough for kids to bring their own soccer or football for additional play, fostering a lively and engaging environment.
Guests can enjoy convenient outdoor cooking at any time, using the complimentary BBQs. These facilities are set under a shelter with picnic tables nearby, making it perfect for preparing and enjoying local Tasmanian produce in a communal setting.
Gas runout? No worries! We can refill your gas bottles too. Just visit our reception during office hours.
Located in the reception area, this display showcases Tasmanian wildlife, including a Tasmanian devil, Bandicoot, and Quoll. It’s an educational and fascinating exhibit, particularly captivating for children.
Guests can access a wealth of resources including free dining guides, detailed itinerary planners, and maps, all designed to enhance their exploration of Northern Tasmania.
Our spotlessly clean facilities are open 24/7 with a coin-operated laundry equipped with washing machines, dryers, and clothes lines.
These are not just sculptures but symbols of Tasmania’s cherished wildlife. Rosie and Charlie, the giant wombat statues, are crafted with attention to detail, representing the essence of Tasmania’s natural heritage and serving as a reminder of the importance of wildlife conservation.
After a day full of outdoor adventures, families and friends can gather for a cozy evening of entertainment with a variety of board games and puzzles available from Reception. These games offer a delightful throwback to traditional pastimes, fostering family bonding and friendly competition.
Come and meet a few of our local, hairy wildlife. We have pademelons (small wallabies), possums, rabbits and bandicoots roaming the park after the sun goes down. Keep a look out for our resident kookaburra who for the last few years has a cosy little nest within a hollow in an elm tree
No need to load up the car
Say hello Tasmania’s largest indoor trampoline centre! With multiple playgrounds, an inflatables space, giant ball pit, and a massive arcade this epic space is perfect all year as its indoor, and the best bit? It’s right next door
If health and fitness on holidays is your thing on holidays, you’ll be pleased to know this gigantic gym is just next door. Whether you’re looking to build strength, improve cardiovascular health, or simply maintain an active lifestyle, PYCSAM provides a supportive and inclusive environment to help you achieve or maintain your fitness goals.
The Launceston Conference Centre is a premier venue for professional events. This proximity offers guests the perfect blend of work and leisure. Ideal for conference attendees, the centre provides state-of-the-art facilities for various corporate events, seminars, and meetings. After a day of professional engagements, guests can retreat to the comfort of our park.