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Crayfish Creek Van and Cabin Park and Spa TreeHouse

Crayfish Creek Van and Cabin Park and Spa TreeHouse is located near Stanley in Tasmania's North-West. The park provides cabin and unit accommodation as well as camp sites. It is situated between Rocky Cape National Park and the historic Stanley.

Crayfish Creek has a choice of luxury spa units and holiday units, as well as park cabins. On-site vans are also available, as well as serviced and un-powered camp sites. There is a luxury tree-house with free standing wood heater, outside BBQ and under cover parking. Cabin and unit accommodation options are appointed with double rooms and can accommodate extra guests. Choose from natural secluded sites, or the luxurious cabin and spa options.

Crayfish Creek is an ideal central base to explore Tasmania's North-West region. Wander around and enjoy the beaches, shell coves, creeks and forest reserves; all just a short stroll away. Try your hand at fishing or plan a bushwalk in the Rocky Cape National Park. The quaint town of Stanley is nearby, where you can take a chairlift ride up to The Nut, a volcanic plug discovered by explorers- Bass and Flinders in 1798.

Crayfish Creek is just over one-hour's drive (98 kilometres / 61 miles) from the Spirit of Tasmania ferry terminal, in Devonport.

Crayfish Creek is listed as a protected forest reserve in North West Tasmania, Australia. It is home to the giant freshwater lobster (Astacopsis gouldi), listed as a vulnerable species.


"Beautiful place, very nice staff!"

4 of 5 stars Reviewed 9 February 2014


We stayed for 2 nights in a campervan for two people. It was great value for our money. Staff was very friendly - they even lent us sheets because we didn't have. Toilets were very clean, laundry was well equipped. The location is gorgeous, in the middle of the forest and about 500 m. to the sea.

Stayed February 2014, travelled as a couple

By Bruce Spink from Australia - VIC - Regional VIC

Posted Jan 25, 2014

Pros: Great Park in beautiful coastal forest, cute cabin

Location: Near Beach

Facilities: home made cabins; Value: good; Service: very friendly and helpful; Cleanliness: well cared for; very friendly, good location to explore Stanley and area

By Hans Heidermann from Australia - TAS - Launceston

Posted Nov 17, 2014

Pros: Rustic Layout

Location: Wonderful

Facilities: Nice; Value: Economical; Service: Outstanding; Cleanliness: Lovely

By Jodie from Australia - TAS - Regional TAS

Posted Feb 26, 2014

Pros: The peace and quiet

Cons: Didn't stay nearly long enough!!

Location: Tranquil

Facilities: Above average; Value: Affordable; Service: Go the extra mile; Cleanliness: Spick and Span

By Michael from Australia - VIC - Regional VIC

Posted Oct 31, 2014

Pros: Very Peaceful and Quiet

Cons: Nothing

Location: Away from it all

Facilities: Above average; Value: Affordable; Service: Go the extra mile; Cleanliness: Spick and Span

By Steve

Posted Mar 2015

Rating: 5.0 Out of 5

The overall visage of the park is one of beauty, cleanliness and privacy. The camp staff and owners are natural, friendly, courteous and helpful. In every direction are pieces of art in the form of hand crafted park furniture and sculptures. Many of the park buildings themselves are or include works of natural art. The amenities are impeccably clean yet the cleaning process is totally unobtrusive. We stayed 3 nights, rising very early and retiring very late, yet we were never interrupted, disrupted or inconvenienced by someone cleaning. Yet the amenities always looked like they were freshly cleaned. How do they do that? The camp kitchen has a creative, hand hewn look and is amazing. Amazing! It has several usage areas and dining tables and couches set out in a manner that allows space for multiple families or groups. There are numerous stoves and cooking plates, two fridges two TV's, plates, bowls cups cutlery and utensils. Everything! This park was the best and the cheapest stay of our last Tasmanian holiday.