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Mount Remarkable National Park
Mount Remarkable National Park located 240km north of Adelaide offers spectacular mountain landscapes. It is an ideal destination for camping, bushwaking and hiking.
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Camping and Campgrounds
Mambray Creek Campground is the largest with 53 unpowered sites. Flushing toilets, heated showers and water is available.
Disabled access is also available
Two group camping areas are slso available at Redgums Group Campsite (60 people) and at Native Pines Group Campsite (40 people).
Please note that there is no Vehicle based camping at Alligator Gorge.
Bush Camping is also availabel at Alligator Gorge with 11 sites.
- Bush Camping
Mambray Creek Cabins situated at the Mambray Creek Campground offer accommodation up to 4 persons.
Alligator Lodge is a self contained hour with 3 bedrooms. Located at Alligator Gorge it can hold up to 10 persons
Mount Remarkable National Park for wilderness beauty in South Australia.
MOUNT REMARKABLE PARK FACTS
255km north of Adelaide
Day ticket at gate entrance.
Campgournd permit are also required.