Bare Knoll campsite Cape Pillar is located in the Tasman National Park close to Port Arthur in South East Tasmania and forms a part of the Cape Pillar Walk. The Bare Knoll campsite is app. 400m beyond the signposted turnoff to Wughalee Falls on the right hand side of track. Bare Knoll and Wughalee Falls campsites have 8 dedicated tent platforms each and a composting toilet. This walk can be completed in app. 2 to 3 days as part of a return circuit that is app. 30 km return via the Old Cape Pillar track or a little longer at 35km circuit via Mount Fortescue and Cape Hauy. This walk is considered a Grade 3 bushwalk – walkers should have a degree of bushwalking experience and a reasonable level of fitness. It is not suitable for young children as tracks have steep hill sections and rough surfaces with many steps. This campsite at Bare Knoll Cape Pillar is in the Tasman National Park meaning you must have a valid Tasmanian National Parks Pass and Rangers patrol the area. There are no camping fees, only the cost of a National Parks Pass. Fires are not permitted meaning fuel stoves must be carried. It is recommend that you carry plenty of water with you as natural water sources are not reliable. It is important to note that parts of the Cape Pillar walk and Bare Knoll campsite are shared with the multi-day Three Capes Track bushwalk. There is cabin accommodation and facilities on the walk, but only for persons who have booked and paid for the Three Capes Walk. Please note weather conditions can be extremely variable in this area, so make sure you are prepared for all weather conditions.