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Mount Remarkable National Park

Mount Remarkable National Park, in the Southern Flinders Ranges, offers visitors a true wilderness experience within easy reach of Adelaide. Dramatic mountain scenery and the natural diversity of the park make it a great location for camping, bushwalking and a wide range of recreational activities.

The 16,000 hectare park stretches from the coastal plain on the western side of the Flinders Ranges to the foothills above Wilmington. Its geographical location makes it a key conservation area with an intriguing mix of flora and fauna from both environments.

Camping grounds and one cabin are available at Mambray Creek in the park, while a charming self-contained lodge is available at Alligator Gorge (bookings essential).

Vehicles can access the park from Wilmington and Mambray Creek. A walking trail enables bushwalkers to access the park from Melrose. The Heysen Trail also passes through this park for 23 kilometres with shelter accommodation en route.




Highway 1 at Mambray Creek, Mambray Creek, SA, AU


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