The Narrung Ferry Campsite is situated at the northern extent of the Narrung Peninsula, approximately 145 kilometres south-east of Adelaide. The Ferry takes only a couple of minutes to cross between Point Malcolm Lighthouse and the Narrung Lakeside Reserve offering vehicles the opportunity to explore Australia’s only inland lighthouse at Point Malcolm and drive past the back of the historic Poltalloch Station (which offers group tours on request) or head west towards Raukkan - home of the church on the Australian $50 note.
The Narrung Ferry Campsite offers vehicles free parking for up to 72 hours parking which includes access to bins, toilets, water and covered seating. Pets on a lead are welcome.
Narrung is a perfect destination to park for a few days while exploring the wonders of the area, such as Lake Albert, the Coorong and of course the nearest town Meningie.
Address: Just by the Narrung Ferry landing, Poltalloch Rd, Nurrang Peninsula
Cost: Nil charge
Parking: 72hrs, pets on lead, m/coverage, bins, toilets, water, c/seating
Opening Hours: 7 days