Pildappa Rock


4.6 from 63 users


Pildappa Road, Wudinna District Council, South Australia


Pildappa Rock is an impressive granite outcrop well worth a visit. Located a convenient 15 kilometres off the National Highway One, access to the attraction is through the town of Minnipa. Visit the rock and you will find wave formations that rival the famous 'Wave Rock' in Western Australia. A shelter has been recently constructed and picnic, toilet and barbecue facilities are available to make the attraction a popular picnic spot among locals and visitors. A walking/drive trail circumnavigates the rock. Climb the rock and you will find superb views of the Gawler Ranges and the Blue Sturts Camping is permitted and a donation is requested. Dogs are permitted.

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Lat: -32.751792 Lng: 135.229759

User Reviews



What a gem. As below, we'll worth a visit. Road and camping area are all good. Thanks for providing bbq, bins and toilets.


Hedwig Adventures

Definitely worth a look, stayed overnight such a serene and beautiful spot. Toilets clean and paper supplied. Road was easy with our 18ft van in tow. Do take time to drive around as plenty of beautiful spots



Easy 13km of good gravel road. The camp site is right at the edge of this Spectacular Granite outcrop. It reminded us of walking on Uluru, just smaller. The only negative is the very poor internet. Phone coverage was ok


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