Alligator Gorge Car Park

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4.6 from 10 users


Alligator Gorge is within the scenic Mount Remarkable National Park, in the Southern Flinders Ranges. Over millions of years the Alligator Creek cut the gorge though ancient rocks. Several walks start from here: Allys Lookout Walk 15min return easy - 400m Gorge Lookout Walk 20min return easy 600m return The Gorge Circuit Hike/The Narrows 2h return medium 2 km return Alligator Gorge Ring Route Hike 10h return - medium - 26km return

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Lat: -32.746581 Lng: 138.07628

User Reviews



Definitely worth a visit! No water in the Gorge at the moment but still breathtaking. We followed the advice from others and back tracked after going through the Gorge - took our time and was about 1 hour.



Ditto 'ThePlaceswewillgo'. Remarks are bang on for which way to go. No water in the creek (only occasional shallow pool.) Also, take lots of water and visit Ali's lookout for good photo looking down into gorge and interpretive signage as well. Yep, definitely 250 steps - plan to go down not up if you don't want a workout! Shrimpy The ManintheBlackVan



Just to let anyone with a big rig know that the road down to Alligator Gorge is seriously steep, but quite passable. We have a 9.5 tonne MAN 4x4 camper which is 3.7m high and 8m long, and we got there no problems. Low gear and using the exhaust brakes a lot was our technique. Plenty of parking space at the bottom when you get there.


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