No. 3 Bore Camping Area
No. 3 Bore camping area is a remote and serene camping spot located in Mariala National Park. Nestled in a flat open area and surrounded by the rugged beauty of mulga scrub, this camping area offers a unique and authentic Australian outback experience.
Facilities & Amenities
Suitable For Camper Trailer
Suitable For Tents
1) Open fires: permitted. Fuel stoves are recommended.
2) Generators: prohibited.
Things to know
To reach No. 3 Bore camping area, you'll need a 4WD vehicle, as the terrain leading to the campsite can be rugged and challenging. This camping area is approximately 13.6 kilometers from the park entrance, ensuring you are far away from the hustle and bustle of urban life. This camping area does not have separately defined sites, offering a more open and flexible camping experience. The ground surface at No. 3 Bore camping area is dirt, so be prepared for a rustic camping experience. There are no facilities at this campsite, so you'll need to be self-sufficient and well-prepared for your stay. Campfires are permitted at this location, but it's important to adhere to any specific fire-related guidelines and conditions in place to protect the environment. Fuel stoves are recommended as an alternative cooking option. The use of generators is prohibited, allowing for a peaceful and natural camping experience. When camping at No. 3 Bore, it's essential to bring your own drinking water, as there are no water facilities available. Pack rubbish bags to ensure you leave no trace and protect the natural beauty of the area.
Insect repellent is advisable to keep pesky insects at bay. A gas stove for cooking is recommended. Keep in mind that mobile phone coverage is not available in this remote location, so plan accordingly for communication and emergencies.
No. 3 Bore camping area is situated in a flat open area surrounded by the unique and characteristic mulga shrub landscape, providing an authentic Australian outback experience. No. 3 Bore camping area offers a rugged and authentic outback camping experience, making it an ideal destination for those seeking solitude and immersion in the natural beauty of Mariala National Park.