Mambray Creek, in the Mount Remarkable National Park (Southern Flinders Ranges), offers visitors exciting recreational experiences within easy reach of Adelaide.
Mambray Creek Campground is the primary vehicle-based campground for the park. It is well-appointed with solar heated showers, flush toilets, reticulated water and barbeques. The campground is set along the Mambray Creek, with its towering gums and abundant wildlife. Dramatic mountain scenery, sheer-faced gorges and natural diversity draw visitors further into the park, along an extensive and well-marked series of walking trails. This family friendly area is a great location for camping, bushwalking and other outdoor activities.
Mambray Creek is on the western side of the 16,000 hectare Mount Remarkable National Park. The park stretches from the western side of the Flinders Ranges, to the foothills above Wilmington. Its geographical location, where South Australia’s arid north and wetter southern regions overlap, makes it a key conservation area. It has an intriguing mix of flora and fauna from both environments.