Flinders Ranges Camping

The Flinders Ranges are the largest mountain range in South Australia and consist of a discontinuous series of ranges stretching for 430km from Port Pirie to Lake Callabonna.
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Dingley Dell Campground Flinders Ranges NP

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Dingley Dell Campground is located beside Flinders Way,
a few km south of Brachina Gorge Road. It is a tidy area with drop toilets, picnic tables and in information board.
Park Use FeeCamping FeeToiletsDrinking WaterShadePicnic TablesFire PlaceBinCaravansTent SiteNo PetsInformation Board
  • Campground
  • Information
  • National Park

Cradock Hotel

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Cradock Hotel was built in the early 1880's when farmers first opened up this country for cropping. Today it is a wonderful oasis where travellers can enjoy well serviced outback style meals with free camping adjacent to the hotel.
Free Overnight CampToiletsTent SiteHot ShowersLong RigGenerators AllowedCold DrinksCoffee & TeaPets WelcomePowerMealsTakeaway FoodAsk PermissionIceCaravansCamp TrailersPost Box
  • Camping Area
  • Overnight Rest Area
  • Day Use Area
  • Sit Down Meals
  • Alcohol Licence
  • Takeaway Food

Murray Town Campground

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Murray Town Campground is at the oval and maintained by the local progress association. There is a moderate fee for powered and unpowered sites and a self registration system at the entrance.
Camping FeeToiletsHot ShowersHose Attachment TapMobile Phone CoverageShadePicnic TablesFire PlaceCamp KitchenCaravansLong RigTent SitePower
  • Showground
  • Campground
  • Children's Play Facility

Flinders Bush Retreats – Willow Waters Gorge Bush Camping

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Flinders Bush Retreats is a farmstay in the Flinders Ranges. Campsites are available in designated spots in Willow Waters Gorge. Permits to camp are available on request as this is private property. Please phone ahead to book.
Camping FeeTent SiteCamp TrailersCaravansAsk PermissionDry Access OnlyFire PlacePets WelcomePhoto OpportunityWalkingBird Watching
  • Campground

Melrose Showground

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Melrose Showground campground is a large open area suitable for any size rig with forty powered sites, some with water. There isn't much shade at this location. Some unpowered sites have concrete barbeques/fireplaces.
Camping FeeToiletsHot ShowersDrinking WaterLaundromatMobile Phone CoverageCamp KitchenBinCaravansLong RigDump PointTent SiteCamp TrailersPowerPets WelcomeWalking
  • Campground
  • Showground

Parachilna Community Campground

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Parachilna Community Campground, formerly the Parachilna Rural School, provides low cost camping with a coin operated washing machine and a sheltered gas BBQ. There are 2 amenities blocks.
Camping FeeToiletsShowersDrinking WaterLaundromatMobile Phone CoverageShadePicnic TablesBBQCaravansLong RigTent SitePets WelcomePhoto Opportunity
  • Campground

Arkaroola Village Caravan Park

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Arkaroola features rugged mountains, towering granite peaks, magnificent gorges and mysterious waterholes, the home to over 160 species of birds and the shy and endangered Yellow-footed Rock-wallaby.
AccreditationToiletsDrinking WaterLaundromatMobile Phone CoverageWiFi InternetInternet CafeFire PlaceBBQBinCaravansLong RigTent SitePowerPets WelcomeSwimming PoolMealsTakeaway FoodCoffee & TeaCold DrinksATMLPG Refills
  • Caravan Park
  • Resort
  • Campground
  • Information
  • Tourist Attraction

Wilpena Pound

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The Flinders Ranges National Park encompasses some of the most spectacular scenery in South Australia, made famous by the paintings of Sir Hans Heysen. The Park is world-renowned for its geological history and includes impressive fossil remains.
Park Use FeeCamping FeeDay Rest AreaToiletsAccessibleShowersDrinking WaterLaundromatMobile Phone CoveragePublic PhoneWiFi InternetShadePicnic TablesBBQBinCaravansLong RigTent SitePowerNo PetsSwimming PoolMeals
  • Caravan Park
  • Resort
  • Campground
  • Day Use Area
  • National Park

Parachilna Gorge

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Parachilna Gorge is strictly a bush camp with no facilities. The campsites start at the head of the Heyson Trail and continue along the gorge on the bank of Parachilna Creek as you head east.
Rough Road ConditionsFree Overnight CampShadeCaravansCamp TrailersTent SitePets WelcomeWalkingPhoto Opportunity
  • Camping Area

Beltana Station

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Beltana Station is a fully working sheep and cattle station with a fascinating history. The homestead, cottage, shearing shed and men’s quarters all date back to the 1860s, are all made of local stone and still in good order today.
Rough Road ConditionsCamping FeeToiletsShowersDrinking WaterBBQCaravansLong RigPowerCabinsTent SitePets WelcomeWalkingPhoto Opportunity
  • Cabins
  • Campground
The ranges consist of a series of folded and faulted sediments that were deposited in a large basin around 540 million years ago. The most notable formation of the Flinders Ranges is Wilpena Pound, a natural amphitheatre of around 80sq km in area. This was once used as a sheep grazing area and formed a natural confinement to which there was only one entrance.

Wilpena Pound is part of the Flinders Ranges National Park and should be high on the list of must do places to visit. There is a well managed caravan and camping park here and lots of wildlife to observe, from large lazy kangaroos snoozing under a shady tree to the small and agile rock wallabies.

There is a walking trail that takes you into the Pound, where you can climb up to a lookout and observe the landscape from an elevated perspective. You can also visit the historical cottage that the settlers established in the 19th century, as their homestead in the Pound.

AT the northern end of the Flinders, adjacent to the Gammon Range is Arkaroola, a private sanctuary established by Reg Sprigg, a geologist and biologist who purchased a former sheep station to set up his conservation park. These days it is a bustling tourist destination where people travel to enjoy the outback, gaze through telescopes at the stars and experience camping in the wilderness. The resort is still run by the family of Reg Sprigg.

In the southern end of the Flinders is the township of Quorn, home of the Pichi Richi Railway, a historic steam rail system that is kept operating as a working museum. It runs from Port Augusta to Quorn during the tourist season, providing a unique day out for visitors to the area.
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