Mapsheet 2D, Tower Hill to Tanunda
Southern Guidebook, chapter 4, map 1
Mt Crawford Forest
$100.00 per night (all inclusive - valid as at May 2020).
hut, bunks, fireplace, water, seating, lighting, toilet. The building is particularly intended for small groups such as school or community groups.
The Old Mount Crawford School operated between 1909 and 1936. During the war years the building was used for Presbyterian services.
Please note that in addition to fire bans applicable to the Mt Lofty Region, special fire restrictions apply to Forestry SA campsites.
Provided that a fire ban has not been imposed by the Country Fire Service:
Wood fires are permitted within the forest from 1 May to 31 October each year.
Gas fires are permitted from 1 April to 30 November.
Fireplaces should be cleared of all flammable material for a distance of 4 metres. Someone must be present at all times and ensure that the fire is fully extinguished before leaving.
Fines will be imposed if this advice is disregarded.
Refer to the Mt Crawford Forest (East) Visitor Brochure for further information.
Occasionally access to Forest reserves may be restricted. Refer to the Forestry SA webpage to check whether there are any upcoming closures for Mt Crawford Forest. https://www.forestrysa.com.au/recreation/mount-crawford-kuitpo/
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