Murray River National Park
Updated: 04 December 2023
Murray River National Park is partially opened. Camping is permitted in selected campsites. Please ensure you have a booking prior to arriving at the Park as campsites are limited.
No Booking = No Camping. Camping in closed campsites or in areas outside of designated campsites will not be tolerated. This includes accessing any of these closed sites by boat. Penalties apply.
- Campsites 1 – 2, 5 – 18, 19 – 24, 26 – 30, 32, 33, 36 – 40, 42 – 44, 46 – 51, 53 – 55
- Kai Kai Nature Trail, Ngak Indau and Craggs Hut Walking Trail,
- All bike tracks
- Campsite 31 closed until 15/12/23
- Campsite 34 closed until 8/12/23
- Campsite 35 closed until 1/1/24
- Campsite 45 closed until further notice
- Campsite 52 closed until 15/12/23
- Campsite 3 will remain closed long term
- Campsites 25 and 41 are closed permanently
- Campsite 4 (day visit site)
- campsites 1 — 29, 31 – 32, 38 (new numbering)
- Main entrance (near ferry) and Dishers Creek entrance (Old Sturt Highway opposite Speedway).
Lyrup Flats Campground Map
- campsites 30 and 33 – 37 closed
- campsite 33 closed until 16/12/23
- campsites 34 – 37 closed until 30/12/23
- track between campsite 14 and 19 closed permanently.
- vehicle access now permitted
- Day Visit only, strictly no camping
- vehicle access to Goat Island
Some access roads, internal tracks and campsites remain closed due to damage from flooding (refer to map). Rangers and Field staff are working tirelessly to reopen these areas as soon as possible.
- bring your own fire wood
- please remain on open roads and tracks only. It is an offence to drive off-track or on closed roads
- please take your rubbish with you
- for Park related emergencies or out of hours issues, please call the Duty Ranger on phone: 0417192 335
For further information please contact the Berri Regional Office on 8429 9690 press 1 or email RMOnlineBookings@sa.gov.au