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Danggali Conservation Park

Attractions Renmark

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National Parks advise that Dang­gali Con­ser­va­tion Park and Dang­gali Wilder­ness Pro­tec­tion Area will be closed on the below dates while a ground shoot of fer­al ver­te­brate pests is undertaken. 

  • 6am 28 June 2024 until 6pm 6 July 2024
  • 6am 6 Decem­ber 2024 until 6pm 14 Decem­ber 2024

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08 85 952 111


Hours: Open Daily

A remote park on the SA / NSW state borders with a rich history and plenty of natural habitat.


Danggali is the largest of the Riverland Parks and is known for its vastness and wilderness appeal.

The park is dominated by mallee scrub, red & western Grey Kangaroos are common and many semi-arid land bird species are present. The park provides opportunities to enjoy remote area camping, birdwatching and the chance to explore relics of pastoral history.

Due to the remoteness of the park, visitors are advised to take sufficient food, water and fuel with them. The camping areas are accessible to conventional vehicles however some sections of the park are only accessible by 4WD. Campsites need to be booked prior to arrival.

Dogs are not permitted.

HINT: Mobile phone coverage is limited in the park, so make sure you book your campsite while you still have range. Make sure you download the maps for the park from the National Parks and Wildlife Service website or through the Avena Maps app on your smart device. Avenza Maps app allows you to navigate to your campsite using your phones inbuilt GPS without needing phone service coverage.

Map & Directions

Old Wentworth Road, Chowilla SA 5341, Australia