Kolay Hut camping area

4WD Camper trailer Camping fee Dry weather access Hot showers No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Picnic shelter Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace

Small but shaded sites in open country are found on the north-east side of the park, with the organ-pipe formation of Kolay Falls close by. The hut access is 12.1 km north of Paney Homestead via the LP Track, and it is 4WD access only. The site has a hot-water donkey shower.

Information

Who to contact: Parks SA Port Lincoln (08) 8688 3111


This campsite is located in Gawler Ranges National Park

One of the most ancient landscapes on earth, these ranges on the northern fringes of the Eyre Peninsula feature dome-like hills shaped from 1500 million-year-old rhyolite, as well as wooded valleys, grasslands and dazzling salt lakes. Covering 120 000 ha, this park offers excellent bush camping and walking – especially when the wildflowers bloom in early spring. The ranges are readily accessible from Iron Knob, Kimba, Wudinna and Minnipa. While conventional vehicles can navigate the outskirts of the park, the inner track network is 4WD country and all roads here are dry-weather access only. Permits apply, and campers need to be self-sufficient with water, firewood and preferably a gas/fuel stove. Fire restrictions may apply.


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