Mount Finke Campground - Yellabinna Regional Reserve

National Park - South Australia


Experience the wilderness of sparsely vegetated red sand dunes that characterise Yellabinna Regional Reserve and Wilderness Protection Area.

The stark contrast of red sand and blue sky is a photographer's delight, while the park also offers various tracks to explore by 4WD. Rare wildlife can also be found, including scarlet-chested parrots, major mitchell cockatoos, thorny devils, sand hill dunnarts and malleefowl.

Mt Finke (137 km north of Ceduna) is a predominant rocky outcrop, rising abruptly from the surrounding open shrublands and offering spectacular views (particularly at sunset) across the vast landscape.

Camp out under the stars amongst the true wilderness with 4WD tracks to explore and rare wildlife to be found. The campground has unallocated camping, comprising of four campsites with up to 13 vehicles permitted at this campground. There is little shade and the terrain is flat and rocky. Access: 4WD only. Suitable for: tents and off-road camper trailers. Facilities: nil. Campfires: allowed (seasonal fire restrictions apply). Number of campsites: 4 unallocated - maximum 13 vehicles. Electricity: unpowered.

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