Chowilla Creekside Campsites - Chowilla Game Reserve

Bush Camping - South Australia


Explore Chowilla Game Reserve and the great stands of the majestic river red gum and the hardy black box providing habitat for the diverse wildlife of the park. Discover the peaceful waterways of the Murray River and its anabranches by canoe while observing the array of birdlife. Due to its remote nature, Chowilla provides great opportunities for secluded bush camping and disconnecting from the world (with limited phone reception).

The game reserve is an integral part of the Riverland Biosphere Reserve, comprising 18,000 hectares of floodplains and wetlands.  Chowilla is an important refuge for waterbird populations. It is recognised as a Riverland Wetland of International Importance declared under the Ramsar convention, and one of the six The Living Murray icon sites in the Murray-Darling Basin.

There are picnic areas, caravan and camp sites available in this park. Toilets are only located at the Border Cliffs campground.

There are 35 creekside campsites.  Please see their website for configurations of each site.  They are all unpowered.

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