Panorama Campground - Trephina Gorge Nature Park

Private Campground - Northern Territory


The John Hayes Rockhole track within the Park is recommended for high clearance vehicles only. Heavy rains may cause all roads to become impassable

Trephina Gorge, in the East MacDonnell Ranges, is noted for its sheer quartzite cliffs and River Red Gum lined watercourses.

Two gorges dissect the range: Trephina, with its wide views and sandy creekbed, and John Hayes Rock Hole with steep, narrow rock walls.

The camping grounds have pit toilets, picnic tables, drinking water, communal firepits and gas BBQ's.  Generators and dogs are not permitted here.

John Hayes Rockhole is a popular swimming location during warmer months.  However during prolonged dry periods the waterholes at Trephina Gorge and John Hayes Rockhole can evaporate, leaving only a sandy creekbed

For those who don't need power or piped water another great NT park. Walks are really good, fantastic views of the gorge. There is drinking water but you will not be able to attach a hose so will need a jerry can or similar to get the water to your site. Not a problem with a bit of foreword planning.
Camping Fee - Adult $3.30
Per adult, per night - from