Danggali Wilderness Protection Area and Conservation Park

National Parks and Reserves

Danggali Wilderness Protection Area and Conservation Park is situated 90 kilometres north east of Adelaide.

The park is known for its vastness and wilderness appeal and is dominated by Mallee scrubland. In 1977 the park was classified as Australia’s first Biosphere Reserve under UNESCO’s ‘Man and the Biosphere Program’.

The park provides habitat to many semi-arid land birds which offer interesting opportunities for birdwatching. You may also see red and western grey kangaroos grazing in the scrub.

The Danggali provides visitors with opportunities to enjoy remote area camping, interesting bird watching and the chance to explore relics of pastoral history.

Campsites must be book online prior to arrival.

Facilities

Barbeque Carpark Picnic Area

Activities

Birdwatching Camping Walks

Rates

Vehicle entry is free to this park.
Camping fees apply.

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