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Trephina Gorge Campground

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2 Reviews

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Young N.
3 months ago

What a great bush camp! Clean drop toilet and only $3.30 per person per night. Close to bush walks and a very peaceful location.

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Gary C.
2 years ago

Located 8kms kms down a corrugated dirt road, this campground is a starting point for several walks offering spectacular views of the gorge and its surrounds. The campground has around 14 sites (suitable for large campervans), basic pit toilets, drinkable water, fireplaces, picnic tables and two free gas BBQs near a large shelter. Fees as of August 2019 were $3.30 per adult.



Location

Trephina Gorge,
Hart,
Northern Territory

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National Parks
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Closest

Mobil Alice Springs

33.74 km

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