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Tapanappa Campground

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11 Reviews

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Craig C.
4 months ago

Please remember to be quiet when it's dark. Nice campground but having to call the Ranger to remove people is not what I want to do on my holiday. Great views and lots of hiking trails close by. Only long drop toilets are available, water, benches or other facilities so bring everything and as there are no bins, take everything you bring.

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Nerina M.
1 year ago

Off grid, low scrub bush , shelter from wind. Clean drop toilet & toilet paper provided, maintained campsite. Fire pits for use outside of fire season. No pets. Lots of wildlife, kangaroos, birds. Pay prior to entry online via National Parks website.

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Guest A.
1 year ago
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Brucethegoose
1 year ago

Love it

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Brad d.
2 years ago

Incredible views and plenty of wildlife. Easily accessible in 2WD vehicles.


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Steve M. 4 years ago
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Are you open up for camping now restrictions on travel have been changed ?

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Location

Tapanappa Rd,
Deep Creek,
South Australia

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Listing type
Campsite
Caravans
Yes
Management
National Parks
Website
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Average temperature

January
L 16°C
H 22°C
February
L 16°C
H 22°C
March
L 16°C
H 21°C
April
L 14°C
H 19°C
May
L 13°C
H 17°C
June
L 11°C
H 15°C
July
L 10°C
H 14°C
August
L 10°C
H 15°C
September
L 11°C
H 16°C
October
L 12°C
H 18°C
November
L 13°C
H 20°C
December
L 15°C
H 21°C
Source: Meteostat

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