Last Updated Oct 2014
On the edge of the Cox Scrub Conservation area, this is a basic bush camp site set in native forest.
The area is popular with mountain bikers, birdwatchers (look out for Yellow Tailed Black Cokatoos and honeyeaters) and bushwalkers. Spring is a great time to visit when the wildflowers put on a magnificent show.
Be aware that camping in this park is not permitted during the bush fire season which is usually 1st November to 30 April. Check local fire bans, and in times of extreme danger the camping area may be closed.
You will need to bring your own drinking water or if you take water from the creek, take it from upstream of the crossing and treat (boil for 15 minutes) before using.
There are fish upstream.
$13 per night per car.
We have no information available on how to book this site.
No bookings can be made for Coles Crossing camping area.
No toilets available at this campsite
It is not known if there is water available at this campsite
Fires may be allowed in built fire places. Please check local fire bans and rules.
No bbqs are provided.
There are no known swimming spots at this campsite.
There is no fishing at or near this campsite.
Picnic tables are not provided at this camsite
There is no canoeing or kayaking at or near this campsite
Cox Scrub Conservation Park is a haven for bushwalkers and birdwatchers.
This campsite is accessable with regular 2wd vehicles.
The Cox Scrub Conservation area is about 70km south of Adelaide and 12km west of Mount Compass at the top of the Fleurieu Penninsula.
Access to the site is via a steep gravel road wide enough for a single car. There is not enough room to take a caravan.
Access is via Mt Magnificent Rd, then Coles Creek Crossing Rd.
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