Mount Remarkable National Park
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Within easy reach of Adelaide, Mount Remarkable National Park is an ideal place to take the family. There’s lots of diverse wildlife and campgrounds with good facilities.
The park is a popular destination for bushwalking, with trails for all ages and abilities. There are some incredible views to be had – the 960 m high Mount Remarkable Summit presides over the Willochra Plain and looks out to the Spencer Gulf.
The Willowie Forest area offers a network of mountain biking and walking trails that meander through foothills of the Mount Remarkable Range, with the option of short and longer trails of varying difficulty. This network of trails meanders through the native forest and valuable Peppermint Box Eucalypt ecological community. The trails take you through peaceful woodlands echoing with bird calls, crossing numerous water courses. Keep a lookout for historical ruins, including the remains of old farm buildings and equipment.
Alligator LodgeAlligator Lodge is a spacious three bedroom self-contained lodge set into the hillside. Lodge includes an internal bathroom with shower cubicle, bath and a separate toilet. Ideally located to explore the parks numerous bushwalking trails and a short drive to the parks scenic gorges. The lounge rooms floor to ceiling windows offer surrounding views of the bush and where you can sit back and enjoy the natural surroundings.
Baroota Ruins campgroundLocated near the western entrance to the park, this campground has 10 sites that offer various levels of shade and protection from the wind.
Access: 2WD and 4WD.
Suitable for tents,camper trailers with selected sites suitable for caravans.
Campfires: to be contained to the fire pit only. fire pits located within all campsites (seasonal fire restrictions apply).
Facilities: long-drop toilet.
Number of campsites:10.
Mambray Creek CabinMambrary Creek Cabin is situated in the main campground at Mambray Creek. Consisting of an open plan space allowing up to 4 to sleep. The front verandah provides an ideal spot to relax and enjoy the sounds of nature.
Mambray Creek campgroundA well-established campground with 54 campsites set among the river red gums. The sites are level with offer various levels of shade and protection from the wind.
Access:2WD and 4WD.
Suitable for: tents/camper trailers/selected sites suitable for caravans.
Campfires: to be contained to the fire pit only. Fire pits located within all campsites (seasonal restrictions apply).
Facilities :flushing toilets and showers.
Number of campsites: 54.