Four Mile Waterhole Camping Area
Four Mile Waterhole camping area is a tranquil and secluded camping destination nestled along the picturesque banks of Torrens Creek. Shaded by the graceful presence of coolabah trees and river red gums.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Camper Trailer
Suitable For Tents
Water (Non drinking)
Amplified music is not permitted. For the benefit of all campers
1) Open fires: permitted, except when fire prohibitions or fire bans are in place.
2) Generators: not allowed.
Things to know
Situated approximately 8.5 kilometers from the entrance of the park, Four Mile Waterhole camping area provides a remote escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Access to the camping area is restricted to dry weather conditions and requires a high clearance 4WD vehicle. While camper trailers are allowed, the terrain is unsuitable for caravans. The camping sites at Four Mile Waterhole are characterized by their open, unconfined layout, allowing campers to choose their preferred spot along the banks of Torrens Creek. The campsite surface is comprised of dirt, enhancing the rustic and authentic camping atmosphere. While the camping area lacks formal facilities such as amenities blocks, campers are free to set up their tents or camper trailers beside their vehicles. Campers should bring all necessary supplies, including food and drinking water. Sturdy rubbish bags are essential for proper waste disposal, contributing to the preservation of the natural environment. Insect repellent and sun protection are advisable for a comfortable stay, and a well-stocked first-aid kit is a must. Communication equipment, such as a reliable torch and a functioning vehicle, is crucial. Mobile phone coverage is unavailable, making satellite phones and UHF radios (local channel 29) recommended for communication.
At Four Mile Waterhole, evenings come alive with the sounds of the Australian bush. As the sun sets, sugar gliders and brushtail possums emerge, offering an enchanting opportunity to observe these nocturnal creatures in their natural habitat. The proximity to Torrens Creek invites campers to explore the water's edge, making it an excellent destination for birdwatching, fishing, or simply relaxing by the water.