Yeldulknie Weir - Cleve SA
Yeldulknie Weir is located at Cowbell Road Cleve in South Australia. Cleve is 532km north of Adelaide SA. The trip takes approximately 5 hours and 43 minutes, although slower if you are towing a heavy van or large rig.The Weir does flood from time to time so please ve viligant Amenities are clean and they have flush toilets. There are lovely walks in the area which are definitely worth taking. The area is maintained by the local Lions Club.
Photos and reviews on this page were kindly supplied by our roving reporter Roger Sando in July 2016.
REGION: > SA > Spencer Gulf > Eyre Peninsula > Cleve
Contact and Location
Cleve SA 5640
GPS:S33 41 29,E136 32 54
GPS:S33 41.4958,E136 32.9105
I visited this area in August 2016 as I was passing near by. The camping area is very flat and is located just below the Yeldulknie Weir and is capable of accommodating about 10 or dozen or so rigs I reckon. The area is located about 1 kms by dirt road, from the main highway and it is well posted. Most people even with medium to large rigs will have no problems negotiating the road in, although it does slope downwards and across the spillway (dry), which has a tighter turn at the bottom as it heads back up the slope to the camping area on opposite side of the spillway. The amenities include BBQ (coin pay), rubbish bins, shelter, several tables and benches and a very tidy and clean toilet block with flush toilets and hand washing facilities etc. There is a visitors book to sign if you wish and a donation box towards the areas upkeep. The entire site, amenities and surrounds are very pleasant and well maintained and all in all, I reckon it is a great camping site with several walking tracks in and around the dam for the more adventuresome.
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