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Coward Springs Campground

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“fire pit”(5 reviews)
“natural spa”(6 reviews)
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Reviewed 24 April 2014

The campground is clean and neat but the real attraction is the ability to jump into the spring water and cool off. After viewing some natural springs where swimming is off limits, Coward Springs makes a nice change. The swimming hole is a disused mine...More

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Response from pruegregC0wardSpring, Owner at Coward Springs CampgroundResponded 20 May 2014

The spa is fabulous isn't it! It's been a traditional place to bath for about a hundred years. Have a look at the photo I've just added of an Old Ghan Heritage Trail Sign here at Coward Springs. It explains a bit about the 'spa'....More

Reviewed 11 January 2014

Nice camp ground and great being able to have a dip in the spring water. We were travelling between Christmas and New Years, so the fly's were keen to join the party as well. This place is worth a stop even it is just for...More

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Reviewed 27 November 2013

If you are touring the outback of Australia this campground is a must to stay at. The evenings are idilic with the chance to take a relaxing dip in the natural hot springs which are accompanied by the sounds of cockatoos. All the amenities here...More

Thank Cheryl O
Reviewed 26 August 2013

I'm not one for staying at 'commercial' camp site - I much prefer roughing it in the bush however after a long day's driving from Innaminka to Farina the previous day I decided that I would treat myself to an Artesian Spa at Coward Springs...More

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Reviewed 28 June 2013

As a camper trailer group, we had one night at Coward Springs. The bush camp sites were roomy enough to allow each family to spread out and not have close neighbours. The Museum is well done and the whole area is clean and tidy. Hot...More

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"Some sites are bigger and more sheltered than others"
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"There r portable fire pits if your site doesn't have one."
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