Spent a night here in July. Not long enough!! Could easily have spent another night/day here exploring and just soaking up the atmosphere.The whole conservation area is magical, and well worth a visit. The different colours as the sun rises and sets have to be seen to be believed. The camping area fills up pretty quickly in the cooler months, so best to get there before 3pm. We camped on the eastern side of the ground, lit our fire and watched the moon come up. Saw a dingo or two but they are quite timid and nothing to be concerned about. Make sure you have enough firewood on you as it is illegal to collect wood there. Payment for camping is an honesty system, and cost us $7.70 for our family of four. If you don't have time to camp though, the area is free to enter and explore. No showers, just toilets.
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