Mount Remarkable National Park, South Australia

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  • We stayed one night for some relaxation after a long drive. Site was not what I expected from the information on the website. We stayed in site 19 described as 'private'. There is a pathway that is re...  more »
  • First time to the Flinders Ranges and I'm completely astounded at the depth of the colours and the flora. The sky is a vivid blue and makes an incredible backdrop for the massive river red gums and ri...  more »
  • we drove from adelaide, close to 3hrs on the road to Mount Remarkable, our aim was to climb to the summit there are many trails so be sure to read the maps provided and read all signs to make sure you...  more »
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  • It's simply beautiful, camping area looks so inviting. Totally enjoyed the drive
  • Just have a walk along Alligator Gorge. Make sure to make time for a visit!
  • Relaxing. Nice views. Good facilities. Excellent walking trails in to the park.
  • Walked Hidden Gorge. Just beautiful. Path was a bit harder than moderate I thought and extra difficulty with branches and trees down from recent storms. Fantastic to do though, well worth it
  • The campground at Mambray Creek is being constantly upgraded and improved by the National Parks staff. In peak periods, the campgrounds are monitored by a volunteer camp-host. We stayed over the Easter weekend and on the Saturday afternoon, the staff organised an Easter basket making activity for the children. All in all, a great time can be had by everyone, whether you are an avid bush Walker, or just want to kick back and put your feet up. Facilities include solar hot water showers and toilet blocks, barbeque areas, open fire pits for cooking and comfort. The walking trails are well marked and monitored. There are geocache locations throughout the site, but digital network connection is very sparse. Best to head back to the highway to get phone coverage. As usual, if you're not connected to Telstra, then you can forget about coverage, till you get to Pt Augusta or Pt Pirie.