Gawler Ranges National Park is located approximately 600km north west of Adelaide, in The West Region
The spectacular southern Gawler Ranges containing vast hill and gully complexes, rocky gorges, seasonal water flows, stunning landscape of natural beauty. A diverse range of plants and animals including 21 rare and threatened species.
It was proclaimed to conserve an important transition zone between the Eyre Peninsula and the Gawler Ranges region, and to include a representative sample of the Gawler Ranges Bioregion in the reserve system.
The park provides for the conservation of unique geological and natural features of the Gawler Ranges, and preserves habitats of threatened plants and animals, including species endemic to the State
Quality accommodation in the heart of the Eyre Peninsula, close to the outback and the spectacular Gawler Ranges. It has 3.5 - star deluxe, 3 star standard and 2.5 star economy units and provides a comfortable, enjoyable stay. The Caravan Park offers powered and unpowered sites, including some drive-throughs.