Red Banks Conservation Park features a scenic landscape of meandering rugged earth gorges, spring-fed waterholes, and remnant old growth mallee trees.
Find a quiet spot to camp among the old growth mallee. An ideal setting for birdwatching, spacious designated sites offer vehicle-based camping. There are 10 unpowered sites that offer space for vehicle-based camping, including large caravans and motorhomes. Pit toilets are located nearby.
HOW TO GET THERE
It is located 170km north of Adelaide and 15kms east of Burra.
Access the park from Burra via the Burra-Morgan Highway and then the Eastern Road (unsealed). Access to this park is limited after wet weather which may make the tracks in the park impassable.
FEES & BOOKINGS
Camping is free but they would appreciate your donation.
THINGS TO DO
Photograph the deep-red alluvial cliffs illuminated by the afternoon sun along Baldina Creek, learn about megafauna along with the fascinating, landscapes of change walking trail, and watch wildlife drink from permanent waterholes at dusk and dawn.
Take the fascinating Landscapes of Change interpretative walking trail which passes through deep red earth gorges and permanent waterholes to learn what the landscape was like when these large marsupials were alive.
There are also local attractions such as Burra Copper Mine, Burra Railway Station, Burra Regional Art Gallery, Thorogoods Fine Apple Wine and Basin Farm.