Wandallah Creek ‘Walk in’ Shelter

Accommodation Option on the Heysen Trail

Shelter (medium),
'Walk-in' site,
Water Tank
Mapsheet 4A, Burra to Caroona Creek Conservation Park
Southern Guidebook, chapter 6, map 2
Grid ref: 137 788
Longitude: 138.993791
Latitude: -33.611561
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Shelter, water tank, toilet, camping platform/bench.

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5 thoughts on “Wandallah Creek ‘Walk in’ Shelter

  1. We were grateful for the shelter having spent a very windy night here on 2/10/2020. Tank 3/4 full.

  2. 9/7/2019. plenty of clean water, tanks full lovely spot for lunch. pushed on from here after loading up with water

  3. Don and Frank
    30/9/2018 A better camp site than Black Jack.Water was OK, and no roof on the toilet. Had lunch and continued on to Burra a long hard walk over the hills.

  4. The shrubs have grown quite a bit. Good spot. Trouble was, when I got there on 29/9:15, the cattle had been in the reserve. Cow pats everywhere, including 3 in the shelter. These were all reasonably fresh. I managed to remove the shelter ones (using stones) and used all the old tyres that were lying about, to mark the others. Smaller ones I covered with stoned. This was to prevent me treading in any (again) and to help enclose the smell. Many shrubs had been damaged, I used all the broken bits to cover the tyres.
    They must have got in through the small gate.
    It does not look tidy, but better than when I found it.
    Plenty of water in tank.

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