Joy Newton, campsite manager, Aircamper since May 2019
This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated July 2020.
Friendly staff, other campers were friendly and helpful, lots of things to do and see (free or well priced). The Gawler Ranges are a bit different to the Flinders, but a great alternative. Bring your own water as the tap water is barely potable. Showers are hot and strong but good luck getting a lather. Camp away from the generator if you don't like noise all night.
Kingoonya-Iron Knob Rd,
- Listing type
- Cabins Available
Mobil Kimba53.22 km
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