Zeehan Bush Camp & Caravan Park

On looking at the map, we decided Zeehan was a good spot to stay to have a look around the West Coast. 

The owners have recently purchased the park and have lots of ideas in the pipeline to continue to improve the facilities.

The park was nice to stay at and the owners were more than helpful and friendly, however, just bear in mind there is nothing too much in the township of Zeehan other than the West Coast Heritage Centre.  So depending on what you want to do in the area, Strahan may be a better option for accommodation.


1 Hurst Street, Zeehan, TAS

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We had an unpowered site and it cost $29 per night. 

Our site was private, large and grassy.  The powered sites are standard caravan park sites.


  • Powered and unpowered sites
  • Suitable for all sizes rigs.
  • Clean amenities (this was one of two caravan parks that had FREE showers)
  • Water available
  • Laundry
  • Camp kitchen
  • Playground
  • Dog friendly
  • Campfires allowed
  • Garbage disposal
  • Telstra phone service
  • Friendly owners

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