The Gorge is located 21 kilometres north of Quorn on the Arden Vale Road, 15km of which was bituminised in the last three years, with approval given to reseal the remainder over the coming summer.
Immediately beyond the entrance campground is the Warren Gorge itself. The jagged bright orange rock formations provide a stunning contrast alongside the bright blue sky, the sharp contrasting greenery of the native Cypress Pines and the clear waters of the creek running through the Gorge.
Between these rock formations, a road follows a small creek and enters a wider valley where there are numerous areas to camp. Access to these areas is not available for caravans, but easily suits 4wds and 4wds camper trailers, many of which form their own personal “campground” under trees and overlooking the main creek which is the main water source for the Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby.
The Rock Wallabies are most prevalent at dawn and dusk, and are attracted to the water that runs through the creek for the majority of the year. Alongside the creek in the campground is a 5.2km walking trail that criss-crosses the creek several times past reeds and amongst tall gum trees.
Carpark Disabled access available Picnic Area Public Toilet
Day entry per vehicle $5
Camping per vehicle $10
Group entry and camping inquiries to The Flinders Ranges Council 0886200500