Chookarloo Campsite has high conservation and biodiversity value. Camping and public use of the site is managed to ensure the continued, sustainable health of the forest and enjoyment to users. Please enjoy the site within the guidelines to promote a healthy future for our forest.
Facilities and features
- 23 designated camping sites
- Two timber shelters
- Hybrid toilet system with disability access
- Fire pits
- Picnic tables
- Rainwater (not suitable for drinking)
- Access to Chookarloo and Heysen walking trails
- Picnic area with shelter and tables (camping not permitted)
Fees apply for camping at Chookarloo. Please make your permit online.
How to get there
Chooklarloo is located in the Kuitpo Forest, a short drive North from the Kuitpo Forest Information Centre at 495 Brookman Road.
Camping is permitted from 1 April – 30 November.
Wood fires permitted from 1 May – 31 October. (These dates may change in seasons where high fire danger persists).
Online bookings and payment is now available and mandatory for all campgrounds, via the button below.
Campers will be able to view campground maps, check campsite availability and secure a spot in advance.
Paper-copy camping permits will no longer need to be displayed on vehicles.
Forest visitors wishing to use a campsite for day visits will also be required to book and pay for their site online prior to arrival.
Use of fire pits within picnic areas will remain free of charge and available on a first-in, first-served basis.
Kuitpo, South Australia, 5172
Coordinates & Contact Details-35.203, 138.714308 8391 8800
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