"Takes you places"
There is no particular route recommended here. There are numerous roads and tracks available and various park maps to explore by choice and subject to time available. Many lead to or go past historic or geological points of interest which can be explored on foot with many good bush camping sites along the way.
As above, it is recommended that a trip to the area includes St Ive Station, especially Lake Gairdner at sunrise. This and other trips on the Station can be booked at their office.
St I’ve Station offers serviced accommodation and camping plus fuel and limited shopping.
The national park also offers some accommodation which needs to be booked.
The national park also offers numerous excellent, remote, unserviced bush camp sites. It’s best to travel about with all you need to camp so you can stop where and when it suits or appeals.
As above, this is not a typical bushwalk but an interesting area which bushwalkers might find interesting as a 4WD camping trip to an interesting remote area in itself or as an opportunity to combine the trip with exploration of Eyre Peninsula and the Coffin Bay or Pt Lincoln National Parks, the latter of which does offer multiday walking opportunities.
These activity outlines have been compiled from information provided by ABW members.
Their accuracy is subject to variations in individual members’ observations, climate and weather conditions, land and ownership, accessibility, national park rules and permits.
Members should not rely on this information but use it as a guide and supplement it with their own research as appropriate.
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