Warraweena Conservation Park


4.9 from 13 users


Warraweena Rd, Warraweena, South Australia

(08) 8675 2770




Only 540 km north of Adelaide in the heart northern Flinders Ranges, Warraweena encompasses 355 sq km of the highest and most diverse land in the area. It is an area of historical, cultural and natural significance. Access to Warraweena is via the abandoned Beltana Roadhouse. The homestead, which is 2WD accessable, is approximately 50 minutes away from Parachilna and Leigh Creek. A 4WD vehicle is essential on most station tracks. Various accommodation options are available including bush camping, powered sites, bush huts, shearers quarters and homestead. 4 wheel driving, mountain biking and bush walking are available. Warraweena boasts over 250 km of rugged and scenic 4WD tracks to suit all skill levels. Toilets, Showers and Laundry are located next to the Shearers Quarters and are freely accessable to all visitors. Most campsites are equipped with well maintained long drop toilets. Fire regulations and restrictions apply. Campfires are only allowed in campfire rings. Firewood may be collected in designated areas only. Warraweena is a conservation park, all trees and dead wood are protected. We strongly encourage you to bring your own firewood into Warraweena. Please stay on designated and open tracks. Drive slowly, you are sharing the tracks with wildlife and other visitors including bushwalkers and cyclists. Tracks may be closed for management reasons or due to bad weather. Warraweena is a Conservation reserve; there is no rubbish collection here. Please do not litter. All ruins are historically significant, do not climb on them or take pieces. Before bringing pets, generators, chainsaws and motorbikes, seek management approval. Strictly no firearms and no metal detectors. 1080 fox baits may have been laid in some areas. Please check with manager for up to date information.

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Lat: -30.767902 Lng: 138.637129

User Reviews



Great spot to stay to look at the ruins and to do the 4x4 Gill track to get amazing views. The track is a little challenging in some spots. Some experience is needed for this one. At the top of Mt Gill you can see amazing views of the Flinders. Stony the host is so friendly and helpful. You can follow our adventures @Wandering Wilson Adventures


In tents experiences

Just spent 3 nights here and could easily have spent many more. You will have a private campsite, and all have stunning views in every direction. Absolute peace and tranquillity with enough walks, historic sites, wildlife and four wheel drive tracks to please any interest. Your host Stony, is a wonderful guy and super generous in sharing this very special place in the heart of the Flinders Ranges. Clean & basic facilities. Highly recommend.


User 2463196

What an amazing place hidden away in the outback, beautiful scenery and secluded camping. The heritage on this property is amazing. Host Stony is the most friendly bloke you could ever meet, his dedication to this place is truly outstanding. We will be returning in the future, it's a must visit for all.


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