One of the great things about living in a small city like Hobart in Tasmania is that it is quick and easy to get away to somewhere that feels quite remote. Lime Bay is a great example being only about 100km from Hobart.
Checkout this link for details, very interesting if you like good walking, mountain bike or 4WD trails – http://www.tassietrails.org/8-routes/mtb/41-limebay.
The Lime Bay Nature Reserve contains a large network of trails linking together some beautiful beaches and lagoons near some great convict history (mines). It’s pretty close to Port Arthur.
The campground itself is one of the better ones I have been to, well set out and managed by Parks & Wildlife Tasmania. Note that it has toilet facilities only (long drop) and no water so take your own.
The tracks are remote enough and the beaches (West of the lagoon, which was completely dry in summer when we were there) take enough effort to get to so most people won’t bother. There is nothing like arriving at a beautiful beach after an easy-moderate hours walk and having it to yourself. Well worth the effort as you can see from the images.