Nature Play SA’s Park of the Month for June 2017 is Mount Remarkable National Park.
Mount Remarkable National Park is defined by rugged mountain ranges, dramatic gorges, steep vegetated valleys, and exposed red quartzite cliffs with parts of the landscape dating back to 800 millions years ago. The climate is unique – it is a cross-over between arid (dry with very little water) and temperate zones (moderate temperature with good levels of rain) giving rise to diverse and abundant plant and animal life.
It’s a great destination for families to explore, camp and discover unique plants and wildlife. Nature Play SA have compiled a list of 40 things to do in Mount Remarkable National Park for families to do over the four seasons such as bushwalking, camping, stargazing, and spotting wildlife.
CLICK HERE to download the all seasons list of 40 Things to do in Mount Remarkable National Park.
Mount Remarkable National Park is located 45km north of Port Pirie. Access is from National Highway One via Mambray Creek.
For more information and all enquiries please visit the Nature Play SA website.
What: 40 Things to do in Mount Remarkable National Park
When: All Seasons
Where: Mount Remarkable National Park (see map)
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