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Reviewed 28 March 2017

The scenery & vistas are absolutely awesome. wear sun block, bring a hat & lots of water. Don't forget the camera.

Date of experience: March 2017
Thank Barry L
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Reviewed 12 March 2017

This is a lovely place to camp or bring your caravan and enjoy the true outback of Australia. If you want to get into the true part of the valley a 4WD is essential and if you have a motor home - I'd take it easy as I had to help people get out with a zed drag. If it's wet - don't go as it's tricky unless you're an experienced 4WD person.
I highly recommend that you do the south east walk that exits from the campground as it has the most gorgeous scenery and beautiful flora.
Take a camera as the photo opportunities are abundant.
DO NOT leave food out as the dingos will come and eat it. Beware. They aren't dangerous but they will take your food.
I found alot of mozzies here so bring insect repellant and if you want to stay outside at night, bring some sort of night candle. Keep lights off if possible.
Big tip: reduce your tyre pressue to around 25psi as it makes travelling on the sandy dirt tracks better. If you have a compressor, you can pump them up again when you hit the tarmac.
I recommend you take all your 4WD rescue gear and communication devices. Take all the water you need - don't rely on what's there and don't think that it might be clean. Be as self sufficient as possible.
Do explore around as there is so much to see and discover. I would easily stay here two nights if not more.
Please take your rubbish out with you.

Date of experience: May 2016
7  Thank urbandrifter
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Reviewed 4 March 2017

The Finke Gorge is an oasis in the middle of a desert, absolutely stunning, accessible by car and pretty safe. However you will need a 4WD to get to the valley. The camp is well maintained, wifi and all accessories needed. A lovely place to enjoy a day.

Date of experience: January 2017
Thank jennymorry1964
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Reviewed 25 January 2017

A fine camp site in Glen Helen and some fine places to see. Hole West MacDonnell Range is worth a visit. And the camp site had wi-fi.

Date of experience: October 2016
Thank Brian N
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Reviewed 15 November 2016

We took a caravan in and stayed a few nights what a wonderful place.
I think you could get a motor home in if you know what you are doing. You will need a 4x4 to get to the valley proper. The road in could get tricky if there has been a lot of rain but we got our 18foot van in.
Do the walk south east of the camp ground beautiful scenery nice at sunset.
Keep your food locked up there are dingos
Bring bug spray and fire wood at night keep the lights off they attract the bugs start the fire and enjoy the peace the ranger is friendly and is happy to help. If tou come in your car remember to lower you tire pressure to about 20 to 25psi it make the trip on the dirt track much better and you can get over the sand easer.

Date of experience: May 2016
2  Thank michael d
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