Mambray Creek Campground - Mount Remarkable National Park

National Park - South Australia


Turn off the Princes Highway and follow the sealed road over the railway line until you reach the camping ground.

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 960m 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.

A 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: communal fire pits within the campground (seasonal restrictions apply). Facilities : flushing toilets and showers, disabled access. Number of campsites: 54. Electricity: unpowered.

A well maintained park, most sites are quite large. kangaroos wander around through the magnificent red gums, (wirras). Many walking trails, flush toilets and showers available
Park Entry Fee - Campers $11.00
Per vehicle, per stay - from

Camping Fee $21.50
Per Site, per night (2 Adults) - from