Available within Bournda National Park are:

The field studies huts, consisting of a main hut used for visiting staff accommodation, eating and classroom activities and four A-frame sleeping huts which can accommodate up to 30 students.

Please note that access to the huts is via Bournda Lagoon Road, a dirt road in the National Park. Please confirm with your bus company whether they can drop off at this location. Buses accessing the field studies hut carpark have to perform a three-point turn to exit the site. There is no other turn around spot for a large bus so this facility is more suited to smaller groups transported by car, small bus or coaster. Larger groups should access the school bay at the Hobart Beach camping ground (tents required).

The Hobart Beach National Park camping area. The ‘School Bay’ camping area is designated for school groups, students and staff supply their own tents and sleeping gear.  A large shelter shed in the camping area containing a camp kitchen with gas hotplates, food preparation benches and a lockable storage cupboard.

Note: These accommodation facilities are located in the National Park and are managed by NPWS. There is no electricity or drinking water provided as the sites are for basic camping.