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Bendleby Ranges

· Belton, South Australia
37000 acres hosted by Kylie L.
4 lodging sites · 37 Vehicle/Tent sites
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100% of recent Hipcampers say the sites felt private.
Bendleby Ranges is an adventure tourism destination, located on a working sheep and cattle station in the Flinders Ranges, an easy three and a half hours drive North of Adelaide. We offer serenity and tranquility in an unspoilt natural environment, with remote campsites nestled amongst gum lined creeks and set into the hills of the Bendleby Ranges. Private powered or un-powered campsites in the main camp ground are surrounded by native pines and located within walking distance to the Sunset Camp Kitchen. Affordable, well presented, quality accommodation decorated in country inspired styles are Crotta Homestead, Gumdale Cottage, Acacia Cottage and The Shearers Quarters. We are passionate about maintaining the natural environment and for the length of your stay all firewood is supplied. Relax and take in all the property has to offer - from 4wding, bushwalking, horse riding, mountain bike riding, incredible sunset views and some world class star gazing.
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13 Ratings · 11 reviews
Glenn S.recommends
April 20, 2024
Bendleby Ranges Remote Campsites
Great two nights at Bendleby Ranges. Did the four wheel drive suggested by Kylie. Beautiful views and a bit scary at times! Beautiful campsite, very well managed and fantastic showers!
Mark N.recommends
October 22, 2023
Bendleby Ranges Unpowered Sites
Well set out, good 4WD, walking and sites were great with great camp kitchen and amenities.
Jon L.recommends
June 12, 2023
Bendleby Ranges Remote Campsites
Awesome spot, camped down in hidden valley no one else around so nice :)
Kellie F.recommends
May 29, 2023
Bendleby Ranges Unpowered Sites
Fabulous time at Bendleby Ranges. We had a nice fairly private spot (Hillview) in the main campground area near the bathroom (which was a nice surprise as it was very modern with hot shower and flushing toilet). Plenty of wood for a fire both nights. Drove out to Hidden Valley and did the easier circuit walk through the creek bed which was still a really good walk. Dirt road into the property was in good condition and easily accessible with my 2wd van. Will come back and stay longer next time
Jules R.recommends
April 23, 2023
Bendleby Ranges Unpowered Sites
Great stay at Bendelby
We had a fabulous few days at Bendelby Ranges. Perfect weather and we loved the 4 wheel driving, the large camp site not too close to others and in a beautiful spot, and the clean amenities block and well-equipped camp kitchen not too far away. Everyone was very helpful and nothing was too much trouble. Robyn gave us excellent information and even showed us through the shearer's quarters should we wish to return with a group. We would highly recommend! Thanks so much! Congratulations also on the recent national tourism award you received. Absolutely deserved.
Danielle P.recommends
January 1, 2023
Bendleby Ranges Remote Campsites
A remote and beautiful getaway
Love the remoteness of this place! We stayed at the Saw Pit site and there were facilities nearby if needed, but you wouldn’t even think you’re close to anything when set up! We also ventured out to the low-medium skill 4wd tracks and it was beautiful.
Belton, South Australia, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Ngadjuri First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Kylie L.Joined in March 2017
Response rate: 80%Response time: Within 8 hours
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