Ancient ranges, deep gullies, seasonal waterfalls and rocky gorges, the Gawler Ranges National Park is a majestic, natural wilderness waiting for you to explore.
The Gawler Ranges National Park is a special place where history, conservation and Aboriginal culture come together. Proclaimed as a national park in 2002, the landscape teems with wildlife and protects rare and threatened plants and animals, including crimson mallee and the yellow-footed rock-wallaby.
The park is famous for the magnificent Organ Pipes, formed over 1500 million years ago as a result of volcanic eruptions. You can find equally stunning rocky outcrops at Yandinga Falls and Kolay Mirica Falls.
Aboriginal Culture Adventure Birdwatching Camping Caravan / Camper Trailer / Campervan Sites / Campsites Family Friendly Four Wheel Driving Hiking History & Heritage Indigenous themes and/or interpretation Lookouts Nature & Wildlife Public Toilet Scenic Drives Walk
Vehicle : $10.00
Vehicle (concession): $8.00
Hikers/cyclists/additional person: $6.50
Group camping (20+ people – per person) – $6