Farina Campground

Camper trailer Camping fee Caravan access Dogs allowed Hot showers Picnic area Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Walking trails

A popular stopover for travellers on the Oodnadatta and Birdsville tracks, the campsites are close to the historic ruins of the one-time railway town of Farina, just off the Lyndhurst–Marree Rd, 27 km north of Lyndhurst and 53 km south of Marree. The history of these picturesque ruins is now documented on signs in and around some of the old buildings. The campground is run by the owners of Farina Station and is set among the trees adjacent to Farina Creek. Firewood is available and there are flush toilets and shearers’ quarters accommodation. Bring your own water here.

Contact information

Who to contact: Lyndhurst–Maree Rd (08) 8675 7790 www.farinastation.com.au

Information

Road conditions: DPTI 1300 361 033


This campsite is located in Oodnadatta Track

This rambling overland track follows the historic route of the old Ghan Railway from Marree to Marla on the Stuart Hwy. Highlights of this classic track include the outback outposts of William Creek, Coward Springs and Oodnadatta, the ochre pits near Lyndhurst, the ruined railway siding at Farina, the Strangways Telegraph Station ruins, the mound springs of Blanche Cup and The Bubbler at the Wabma Kadarbu Conservation Park near Coward Springs. There is plenty of history to explore in these arid expanses, and in good conditions it’s accessible to conventional vehicles.


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