Campground Hosts

Combine your love of camping with doing a good deed by becoming a volunteer campground host in one of South Australian’s national parks.

A campground host is a volunteer who stays at a national park either for a specific peak period, like the Easter break or a long weekend, or an extended period of time (up to a few months) to support park rangers. 

They’re not responsible for making sure visitors comply with the rules of the park – that’s the ranger’s job. But their job is to provide information to visitors that will help them enjoy their stay, and make it a safe one.