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Mount Remarkable National Park

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Mambray Creek, South Australia, Australia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The park has a number of points of access and ours was into Alligator Gorge. The park was well maintained and good facilities and roads and the scenery interesting at the alligator Gorge quite spectacular. Well worth a visit.

Thank Oldjack
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We had a great time camping here for two nights midweek. Very quiet, lots of lovely campsites to choose from, most with fire pits. The hot showers and flushing toilets were very clean. We saw emus and kangaroos each day, and even some sheep! Lots...More

Thank pepe_of_perth
Reviewed 9 July 2018

The Mambray Creek campgrounds were fantastic for my family with 4 teenage boys. My wife and I enjoyed the hot shower while the kids wore themselves out every day on all the various walks through the park. Campsites were spacious while we didn’t feel like...More

Thank Tony W
Reviewed 3 July 2018 via mobile

With hot shower, clean amenities SA Parks has got the mix just right. Sites clearly marked and a good size. Telephone help line actually helpful when we wanted to change. Good walking tracks.

Thank Graham C
Reviewed 25 June 2018

We went in winter and the good news was it is much milder than Adelaide, making for a welcome escape. The grounds consist of designated camp sites, each with a clearly displayed number. They are arranged as singles, doubles or threes, to allow for big...More

Thank BarneyO
Reviewed 15 June 2018 via mobile

Recently, me and my friends camped here for a week. We went on mant scenic bushwalks, and thoroughly enjoyed our time here. We had our own campground, which was surrounded by other campgrounds. We saw a total of 19 kangaroos on our first day, a...More

Thank nat4shq_
Reviewed 26 May 2018

My husband and I really enjoyed staying at this campsite - it was so peaceful and lovely. With lots of friendly people, surrounding is, it made our stay feel a lot more safe and welcoming. The site is very clean and tidy, although doesn't have...More

Thank mbetowler
Reviewed 16 April 2018 via mobile

An amazing national park with spectacular mountains and gorges. Hundreds of kilometres of well groomed walks/hikes which provide a wide array of views. Plenty of fauna and flora. Great camping facilities in various locations.

Thank Mark K
Reviewed 10 February 2018

We camped at a non-powered site. It was away from the family groups and the associated noise at the larger campground. Showers still accessible by car and toilets nearby. You can choose your site when booking online.

Thank Schony29
Reviewed 11 October 2017 via mobile

This campground in the national park os fabulous. There are toilet and shower facilities and the campsite is well maintained. It is a very picturesque spot alongside Mambray Creek, bordered by majestic cliffs and ancient gum trees. We saw emus, kangaroos, kookaburras, and goannas. There...More

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lynnhiggins1960
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Response from Jeffrey E | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, we didn't camp. Best call the National Park office and ask.
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