View across the flat plains of Boolcoomatta towards the Olary Ranges. Photo Wayne Lawler / EcoPix.
Boolcoomatta Reserve is in eastern South Australia, north of the Barrier Hwy. It’s about 100km west of Broken Hill and 470km north east of Adelaide.
Its open mulga woodlands and natural waterholes support species such as Gould's Wattled Bat, Blue Bonnets and Red-backed Kingfishers.
A group of Emus wandering the plains. Photo Wayne Lawler / EcoPix.
Down on the saltbush plains Orange Chats, Chirruping Wedgebills, Bearded Dragons and large flocks of Emus go about their business. And watching over all of this are the dramatic Olary Ranges – some of the oldest rocks in Australia.
Healthy Landscape Manager Glen Norris with Reserve Manager Al Dermer.
Download our Camping Guide above for details of the facilities, vehicle requirements and preparation you'll need to be self-sufficient. Contact Katrina Blake on (03) 8610 9124 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any follow up questions.
There are a number of self-guided driving tours around the property and we recommend a minimum stay of 2 days. As camping spaces are limited and conditions variable, booking ahead with us is essential. To register your interest submit the form below. We'll be in contact shortly to confirm availability during the times requested.
There's no camping fee but donations are greatly appreciated and help us continue to protect reserves such as Boolcoomatta.