Come and enjoy a relaxing stroll along the Camel Lake Heritage Trail. In 1875, after his historic trek from Port Augusta to Perth, Ernest Giles rested his camels by a lake on the Limekilns Estate, now known as Camel Lake. During the 1890’s it became a temporary quarantine station for camels imported for transportation to, and from the goldfields.
Interpretive signage placed along the trail provides you with the opportunity to learn about the history, flora, fauna and fungi of the area.
You can download the brochure below that provides further information while you walk: