Facilities and Features
Enjoy a Freshly brewed coffee and sample some of our tasty home grown Date products including scones and icecream featuring Coward Springs Dates! We also have a great range of Merch available!
Campsites are in the shade and shelter of historic Tamarisk trees and Date Palms, other Sites are amongst more recently planted Native trees. Fees apply, $15 per adult, 1/2 price kids 5-15 years
Each site has its own fireplace. Please bring your own firewood. There is no firewood collection at, or within 10km of, Coward Springs. Also, we have Cleanwood eco log firewood boxes for sale. Please note NO FIRES BETWEEN END OF OCTOBER AND APRIL.
Coward Springs is a great base to explore local attractions with Wabma Kadarbu conservation Park, Kati Thanda – Lake Eyre National Park, Strangways Springs and William creek all close by.
Showers are for campers only and wood is supplied to heat the donkey.
Of course you can, simply come into the office and we’ll sort it out.
yes pets must be on a lead and cleaned up after at all times.
no we are an eco camp, all our campsites are unpowered.
Generators can only be used in the afternoon and not after 5pm.
There is no collection of firewood or kindling allowed at Coward Springs Campground or inside Wabma Kadarbu conservation Park, there are small ecolog fire kits available for sale.
No even in busy times you won’t have to wait long, everyone gets a go!
Road conditions vary so it is best to keep an eye on local road reports. A good place to check is the Transport SA Outback Roads Hotline 1300 361 033 or the DPTI’s website. It’s also good to take note of weather conditions of the area as well.
234 hectares 180 of which is leasehold and under a native vegetation agreement with the SA government.
Yes, day visitors are welcome strictly between 9am & 4pm, a $2 fee per person applies. Day visitors are permitted to use spa and toilet facilities and visit museum, shower facilities are for Campers Only.