Lillies Bay campground Flinders Island Emita, close Wybalena Chapel located immediately next to the water and providing excellent views. There is a basic toilet only at Lillies Bay campsite Flinders Island, you need to be largely self-sufficient to camp at Lillies Bay.
This great coastal campground Flinders Island has only basic facilities however it provides true remote camping areas you can really get away from it all. Be sure to bring your own firewood for the barbecue (please take care with fire or preferably use a fuel stove.) During summer make sure you check fire restrictions with the local ranger. Whenever camping Tasmania, always ensure that your fire is fully out before leaving it. There are picnic tables and a long drop toilet, but there is no drinking water provided. Pets are welcome, but must be kept under control at all times. This campground is quite large, so well suited to bigger groups of campers. The adjacent beach is ideal for snorkelling and swimming with shallow crystal clear waters, rocks and an old jetty to discover. With a view back towards Mt Strzelecki and a prime location for sunsets, photographers will enjoy the changing light and photo opportunities from this campground. To get to Lillies Beach campground, travel along Port Davies Rd from Palana Rd, passing Wybalenna historic site, until you reach the rough track to Lillies Bay, which is well signposted. Continue on Port Davies road until you find the campground. Please note there is a private residence in this area (heading right will take you to the mutton bird viewing platform or boat-launching facilities at nearby Port Davies).