Curnow’s Hut camping area

Camping fee Dogs allowed No rubbish disposal Picnic area Picnic shelter Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Cycling Horseriding Nature walk Walking trails

This restored 3-bedroom stone hut is in the south of the forest, 15 km south of Jamestown off Bundaleer Gardens Rd. You need to book, as the camping area is padlocked. Bring water and preferably a gas/fuel stove. Camping is allowed from 1 Apr to 1 Dec and you need a permit. This camping area is along the Heysen Trail.

Information

Who to contact: for Chalks camping area contact Foresty SA (08) 8521 1700, for all other campsites contact Parks SA Northern Lofty (08) 8336 0901; or Friends of the Heysen Trail (08) 8212 6299 www.heysentrail.asn.au.


This campsite is located in Bundaleer Forest Reserve

Covering 3200 ha, this forest reserve just south of Jamestown is a mix of plantation pine and native timbers, including sugar gum and red gum. It’s a gentle, sheltered place to retreat to for a picnic or a walk. Both the Heysen and Mawson trails visit the reserve. Stone huts are for hire and camping is allowed from 1 Apr to 1 Dec. Permits and fees are needed for both camping and horseriding.


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