Glen Davis Campground
This is an attractive and easily accessed campground suitable for anything from big rigs to a tent. There are toilets, undercover picnic tables, and potable water available.
There is plenty of shade from mature eucalypts and bird life galore.
A small children's playground and firepits (there is usually some wood available) are also provided.
It is a good base to explore all the relics of this abandoned town. The oil shale mine operated in the 1940s and when it was closed, all the buildings and much of the equipment were left to become an interesting reminder of days gone by.
It is also set in an amazing enclosed canyon, which is the largest in the southern hemisphere. Early morning and afternoon light puts a spectacular display on the sandstone cliffs.
Facilities & Amenities
Pet Friendly Sites
Suitable For Campervans
Suitable For Caravans
Suitable For Tents
Water (Drinking Water)
Pets are allowed