Swan Reach Conservation Park is a classic example of Australia’s semi-arid mallee environment.
With around 2,017 hectares to explore, you might stumble across signs of the elusive southern hairy-nosed wombat.
The park is an astronomer’s paradise and forms the “core” zone of the River Murray International Dark Sky Reserve. The unpolluted skies and isolation from artificial light sources make the park one of the best places on Earth to gaze at the stars.
Free, self-sufficient bush camping is permitted in this park. Online booking is not required.
Swan Reach Conservation Park Campgrounds is ocated around 125 kilometres from Adelaide and approximately 15 kilometres west of the town of Swan Reach along the Sedan to Swan Reach Road (Stott Highway) you will find sign posts to the Northern Park boundary.