Every if it is hot out, stop and have a dip in the hot springs. It is still rejuvenating. The campground is pretty basic with some shady site, but the drop toilets ar clean and really well maintained.
Aside for the hot springs there isn't much else to see. While the old Ghan railway siding has been restored, the building is boarded up and was closed when we passed through. There isn't much to see from this perspective.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Coward Springs, located on the Oodnadatta Track in Outback South Australia is an oasis, a restored and heritage-listed railway site, a place to relax and 'really get a sense of the outback and its history'. Once a thriving railway siding on the old Ghan Line it is now a campground and day visitor area.Attractions include the bore-fed ‘natural spa’; the Engine Drivers Cabin, restored and open as a museum; shady historic trees and date palms and new facilities built from recycled railway and telegraph materials. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Coward Springs Campground Marree, South Australia