ANNOUNCEMENT: The Tasmanian Government have closed all caravan parks effective 25th March 2020 until further notice.
Sadly this means that we are unable to take new bookings until the government allows caravan parks to recommence business.
We are however allowed to accommodate people who live in their caravans and have no permanent residence to return to. Please contact us on 03 6267 9138 to discuss options.
Snug Beach Cabin and Caravan Parks Management
Snug Beach Cabin and Caravan Park offers beach front holiday accommodation at Snug, in southern Tasmania. Snug is a 30 minute drive south from Hobart (24 kilometres) and 10 minutes from Kingston (10 kilometres) The park overlooks North West Bay and across to Bruny Island on the D'Entrecasteaux Channel. The property has self-contained cabins and powered and unpowered sites, set among landscaped gardens.
The one- and two-bedroom family cabins can accommodate up to seven guests and have well equipped kitchens and a comfortable lounge area. There are powered sites to suit all lengths and styles of caravan, motor home and camper-trailer, including a number of long sites and some drive through-sites. The level, grassed camping area has absolute beach frontage.
There is a well-equipped amenities block including facilities for people with disabilities, a coin operated laundry and a camp kitchen with undercover barbeques, television and a log fire for the cooler evenings. The park provides a free WiFi connection to the internet.
A general store, tennis court and childrens' play area are all within walking distance. You can swim, fish or launch your boat at Snug Beach.
This is the perfect holiday place with beach frontage and a peaceful atmosphere, within easy reach of the many attractions along Tasmania's south-east coast and the Huon Valley. The car ferry to idyllic Bruny Island is a 10 minute drive to Kettering Harbour. The Huon Valley with its many attractions is within an easy 30 minute drive. This is an ideal base for discovering Hobart city in addition to exploring the Southern region.
Kingston has all the major supermarkets, banks, restaurants and other shops and is the home of the Kingborough Sports Centre. Snug is on the main Hobart bus route and has a post office, butcher, service station, medical centre, pharmacy, cafe/restaurant, tavern and bottleshop.