The Macquarie Heads campground offers beach camping accommodation and is located app. 15 km, or 30 minutes drive, south-west from the small West Coast tourist and fishing township of Strahan. The camping area is spectacularly located at the Northern end of Macquarie Harbour in Strahan and right next to the beach at Macquarie Heads, where fishing is a popular activity with locals and visitors. Access to the Macquarie Heads campsite is by travelling along a gravel road. The site is suitable for tent camping, campervans, camper-trailers, caravans and motorhomes with all sites being unpowered. Camping fees apply and are payable to the caretaker who lives onsite. Macquarie Heads Camping Ground has grassed sites next to the Macquarie Harbour. At this location, you will find a boat ramp, public toilet and dump point. Campers need to carry their own fresh drinking water and firewood. Strahan is a two hour and 30 minutes (180 kilometres) drive South-West of Burnie. Other camping options in this area are Queenstown, Rosebery, Zeehan, Lake Burbury & Trial Harbour. If you are into fishing, pack your rod and fishing gear if heading off to camp at Macquarie Heads, as there is great fishing available immediately adjacent to the campground.