Wilpena Pound Camping and Caravan Park - Wilpena Pound SA

The Wilpena Pound Camping and Caravan Park is located 4 kms off the Wilpena Pound entry and is part of the Wilpena Pound Resort. The park has 306 tourist sites and all but 276 of these are powered. Bookings can be made by telephoning the park and please tell the park that you have seen photos of their park on Caravan Park Photos.
Phil and Clare Davis write: "All sites are larger than normal caravan parks and good amenities are provided.
Photos on this page were supplied kindly supplied by our roving reporters Phil and Clare Davis in April 2010 and Roger Sando in 2017.
Amenities available include, Fuel, Phone, excellent mobile and internat, food and grocery shop, restaurant and as well a separate Cabin resort as well as a swimming pool.
Camper amenities also available are 3 shower and toilet blocks, 2 Laundry areas but no pets are allowed due to the sensitive enviroment.
The Park offers a wide variety of activities from bushwalking, mountain bike hire, 4wd Touring and scenic flight both over the Ranges. Current prices available at Anthology Travel.
If you are driving in May to June be aware that Locus and Grasshoppers are prevalent and grill protection is advicable.

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Contact and Location
Wilpena Pound Camping and Caravan Park
Wilpena Pound
Wilpena Pound SA 5434
P: 08 8648 0048
F: 08 8648 0092
W: http://www.wilpenapound.com.au

GPS:S31 31 43,E138 36 11
GPS:S31 31.7328,E138 36.1888

  1. Roger Sando  of  Whyalla Mon September 4, 2017 at 8:06 PM

    We have camped in this park many, many times over the last 50 years or so and these pictures were taken in August 2017 when we last visited. The park is extensive and has plenty of room for unpowered caravans and camping under the native pine trees and campfire pit rings are sited in many camp sites throughout the park. The amenities block we used was in reasonably good condition, as was the outside camp kitchen located nearby. It appears that the park is now being managed directly by the Adnyamathanha aboriginal people and several caravans in the park are annexed off in a flagged area to accommodate some employees it seems. The park is an ideal "jumping off point" if you want to trek into the Pound and bushwalk many of the mountain tracks. However if you intend to spend most of the time exploring the many Gorges, scenic drives and other points of interest in the Flinders Ranges, even as far up as Blinman or Parachilna, I would recommend staying at the Rawnsley Park camp ground a few kms South of Wilpena Pound entrance.
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