Tallaringa Conservation Park

National Park - South Australia

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On the western side of Mabel Creek Station, about 100km from Coober Pedy, lies Tallaringa Conservation Park. This vast wilderness of vegetated dunes and gibber rises is home to an incredible array of wildlife species uniquely adapted to their arid environment.

This park is particularly impressive in the months following rain that produces an abundance of bird-attracting flowering annual plants. There are at least seven species of mulga found co-existing in the park, which is rare.

This vast wilderness of vegetated dunes and gibber rises is home to an incredible array of wildlife species uniquely adapted to their arid environment. Self-sufficient bush camping is permitted within 50 metres of the Anne Beadell Highway. Please note you must book prior to arrival and a tourist access permit from the Department of Defence is also required to access the Anne Beadell Highway. 

Access: 4WD only. Suitable for: tents only. Facilities: nil. Campfires: allowed (seasonal fire restrictions apply). Unallocated camp ground: Maximum of 50 vehicles. Electricity: unpowered.

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Camping Fee $12.50
Per Site, per night (2 Adults) - from

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Vehicle Entry Fee $11.00
Per vehicle, per day - from
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