Wandallah Creek ‘Walk in’ Shelter

Accommodation Option on the Heysen Trail

Shelter (medium),
'Walk-in' site,
Water Tank
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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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7 thoughts on “Wandallah Creek ‘Walk in’ Shelter

  1. Camped here 4/6/22. Water tank full. Another gale warning tonight, and the shelter is very permeable to the wind, so it’s impossible to cook. Biscuits and chocolate for dinner!

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

  3. 9/7/2019. plenty of clean water, tanks full lovely spot for lunch. pushed on from here after loading up with water

  4. 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.

  5. 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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