Wash off the red dust from your outback adventure in the region’s warm thermal springs - Australia’s largest artesian springs - then make your way back to your camp site to enjoy the remote outback landscape.
Campsites for Dalhousie Springs and 3 O'clock Creek campgrounds need to be booked prior to arrival.
Book online to reserve your campsite up to 12 months in advance.
To stay at Purni Bore campground and to access the park to the east of Dalhousie, you must have a Desert Parks Pass.
Dalhousie Springs Campground
Suitable for: tents and camper trailers
Facilities: toilets and cold showers
This well-established campground has 20 camp sites. Generators are allowed but must be turned off between 10pm and 7am.
3 O'Clock Creek Campground
Suitable for: tents, camper trailers and caravans
Facilities: water and picnic facility
The bush camping area at 3 O'Clock Creek offers shady camping spots and water. This bore water is the last place to fill up on drinking water before you cross the desert. Always carry adequate supplies of drinking water.
Purni Bore Campground
Suitable for: tents
Facilities: toilets, hot showers, shade shelter and picnic facility
Purni Bore is a pleasant camping spot with abundant birdlife, however visitors need to take their own drinking water and supplies. .Generators are allowed but must be turned off between 10pm and 7am. A Desert Parks Pass is required to camp at Purni Bore and gain access east of Dalhousie. You do not need to book this campsite online as long as you have a Desert Park Pass.
Privately run camping and accommodation
Mount Dare Hotel
Mount Dare Hotel has campgrounds, accommodation, food and drink, hot showers, fuel, water and mechanical assistance available.