The Bakers Point Camping Area, Narawntapu National Park is accessed via the main road to Narawntapu National Park and is located some 4.5 kilometres from the ranger’s station. The Bakers Point camping area has 36 campsites with 15 being suitable for campervans, small camper trailers, caravans, and smaller motorhomes. At Bakers Point campground you will find a boat ramp located close to the campsite and there is a Portaloo waste collection service. Water must be boiled before drinking, however, we recommend you carry your own drinking water. Firewood is supplied, however, it is recommended you carry a gas/fuel stove for cooking as there may be fire bans on occasion. The Narawntapu National ParkSituated is located on the central-north coast of Tasmania and is less than 1 hours’ drive north-west of Launceston. There are septic toilets at Springlawn campground, which is another camping area also located at the Narawntapu National Park. Springlawn also has a shower block (fees apply) with tokens available for purchase from Visitor Centre, together with powered sites and electric barbecues. At the Narawntapu National Park, you will also find Kyooba camping area and Horeseyards campground. The Narawntapu National Park is located on the coast to the west of Port Dalrymple harbour, between Port Sorell and Greens Beach. The Narawntapu National Park is located inland from the coast and is an unspoiled tract of country offering excellent bushwalks and other activities including boating and fishing. Narawntapu National Park is easily reached from Latrobe or Devonport and is one of the best places in Tassie to see rare Forester kangaroos, wombats, pademelons and Bennetts wallabies. Tasmanian devils are also commonly seen at the Narawntapu National Park Camping Tasmania.