3 O'Clock Creek Campground


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The bush camping area at 3 O'Clock Creek offers shady camping spots and water. This bore water is the last place to fill up on drinking water before you cross the desert. Always carry adequate supplies of drinking water. Campsites for 3 O'Clock Creek campground need to be booked prior to arrival. Sites are unpowered and suitable for tents, camper trailers and off-road caravans. 4wd is required to access this campground. There are no toilet facilities at this campground. Water and picnic facilities are available. Collection of firewood within National Parks is prohibited. Dead wood plays a vital role in providing shelter for animals and adding nutrients to the soil. BYO firewood. There is no mobile phone coverage in the park. Pets are not permitted in this park.

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Lat: -26.461426 Lng: 135.409441

User Reviews



Roads are what's to be expected in such a remote location. They do get the odd grader over them but it's rare. This camp is huge and level. The 22500 litre tank is full of very nice drinking bore water. There's a covered area with aluminium benches and table to dine out on the finest wares you bought with you. Only sounds ate the few birds. I put a water bowl out for the galahs. Just what I needed after a relaxing swim at the springs. Well done Nat parks for providing this camp



We rolled in after a long day fighting rough and corrugated roads, if the springs is booked or too busy this would be perfect. Loads of space, no fires allowed even though there are a few fire pits.


User 2022985

Roads are awful.


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