Calpatanna Waterhole Conservation Park

Bush Camping - South Australia


Calpatanna Waterhole Conservation Park is named after the Calpatanna Waterhole, an important water source for the traditional Aboriginal people of the area as well as the early European settlers. The park provides opportunities for bushwalking, nature study and self-sufficient camping.

The 3,644 hectare park provides a diverse variety of habitats, ideal for native wildlife. A quiet walk through the bushland may reveal sightings of mulga or Port Lincoln parrots which often feed on the ground or move to nearby mallee trees when disturbed. 

There are very limited facilities in the park. Please ensure you carry sufficient water, food and supplies for your entire visit. It is also a good idea to let a responsible person know of your intended movements and when you expect to return.

Self-sufficient bush camping is permitted in this park.  Contact:  Natural Resource Office - Ceduna, phone: (+61 8) 8625 3144 for further information.

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Camping Fee - Hikers/cyclists/additional vehicle occupant $6.50
Per person, per night - from

Camping Fee - Vehicle $12.00
Per Site, per night (max 8 people) - from