Waltumba Camping Area


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Self-sufficient bush camping is available in the Waltumba campground located on the eastern side of the lake in Lake Gairdner National Park. Camping is free in this park, you do not need to book online. Waltumba is a great spot for camping and is set amongst the Western Myall trees on the edge of the lake with fantastic views overlooking the lake and onto the Gawler Ranges. A walking trail leading form the campground and day visit area will take you up onto a hill overlooking the lake. The trail is well formed and it is a moderate hike. The campground is accessible to vehicles with high ground clearance. Access to the Waltumba Tank campground is via the Stringer Highway towards Glendambo. Please be aware that this park is surrounded by private properties and private roads, please stay on the public and signposted tracks and roads. Pets are not permitted.

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Lat: -32.119321 Lng: 135.892571

User Reviews



We stopped here to look at lake Gairdner. There was a sign that said closed, but based on advice from others we drove around it. Great camping spots, but after a short stay we drove on to Kingyoonya as we had plenty of time to get there.



Is this site easy to access with a 2WD campervan? Thank you



Great spot overlooking the magnificent Salt Lake Gairdner. Nice easy walk up the hill & lots of birds & kangaroos in the distance. The wind blew & blew last night but gorgeous morning. Nor n Dub & Lawson Clan.


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