Danggali Conservation Park Campsite 2


4.5 from 2 users


Danggali Conservation Park and Wilderness Protection Area was classified as Australia's first Biosphere Reserve in 1977 in an effort to conserve the area's dense mallee scrubland. The park provides habitat to many bird species, from major mitchells to the rare mallee fowl, offering interesting opportunities for birdwatching. There is also a range of small reptile species such as skinks and you may also see red and western grey kangaroos grazing in the scrub along with shy echidnas. Aside from campsites, there are no other facilities in the park. Visitors should ensure they carry sufficient water and food. You should advise a responsible person of the intended duration of your trip. Campsites need to be booked prior to arrival and fees apply. Dogs are not permitted in this park.

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Lat: -33.458882 Lng: 140.714025

User Reviews


Michel & Peter

Not accessible at the moment coming from Renmark due to border restrictions as you need to enter NSW in order to reach the site. Check current restrictions prior to booking/travelling.


User 1661233

Campsite 2: this is the most northerly & remote, a couple of KM away from the others (campsite 1 seemed to be isolated too, while 3-5 closer together). No facilities at all other than a fire pit (halved steel drum as of oct 2020). Sandy ground easy to drive pegs. Flat ground, heaps of space at campsite 2, could fit 10 camper trailers in here easily with space between. Quiet & some shade, awesome if you like getting away from others.


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