CAROONA CREEK CONSERVATION PARK

CAROONA CREEK CONSERVATION PARK

Situated on the western edge of the Olary Plain, the Caroona Creek Conservation Park contains a range of landforms from steep rocky ridges and calcrete hills, extending to alluvial plains. The park conserves a representative sample of the transitional zone between the rounded hills of the Mid North to the beginning of the rocky gorge country of the Flinders Ranges. The northern area contains the beautiful Tourilie Gogre and its surrounding rugged hilly terrain. 

Caroona Creek Conservation Park is located 44.4km from Burra. Head northeast on the Barrier Highway. Turn right onto Mount Bryan East Road, just north of the Mount Bryan township. Mount Bryan East Road turns slightly right and becomes Dare's Hill Summit Road. 

The camping site is a cleared, flat area. Basic shelter and facilities are available.