Camping out in a national park or specified camping ground allows you to experience the almost untouched Australian wilderness, while still being part of civilisation and close to help if you need it, also inflicting minimal harm on the environment.
South Australia's parks conserve an incredible diversity of living landscapes. Covering more than one fifth of the state, our parks are sanctuaries for native wildlife and protect many cultural heritage sites. South Australia's parks also provide fantastic settings to enjoy recreational activities and boast some of the state's most breathtaking scenery.
From the wild coastal vistas of the Coorong to the awe-inspiring Flinders Ranges, the gentle waterways of the River Murray to the red desert sands of the outback - South Australia's parks are sure to amaze, surprise, refresh and inspire you.
Discover the wonderful array of parks throughout South Australia.
Adelaide & Adelaide Hills
Flinders Ranges & Outback
Riverland & Murraylands
Yorke Peninsula & Clare Valley
SA's National Parks Guide
This 68-page guide showcases 80 beautiful parks across South Australia. It includes highlights for each park, regional maps, special places to stay and bushwalking highlights. Download your free copy here.