Burra Creek Gorge camping area
Mighty river red gums feature in this extensive reserve on Robertson Rd, 26 km south from Burra on the Heysen Trail. After winter rains the creek environment is a lush habitat for birds and other wildlife. It’s a good spot for relaxed bush camping and nature walks, yet still within easy reach of Burra’s attractions. Camping fees are by donation. Bring your own gas/fuel stove.
Who to contact: Burra Visitor Centre (08) 8892 2154
This campsite is located in Heysen Trail (Wine Country)
The middle section of the Heysen Trail takes you through some of the mid-north and Adelaide Hills, offering plenty of pleasant day walks or overnight stays. There are several rustic, but renovated, old huts and shelters available, most offering water and fireplaces.
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