Discover Crystal Brook

Welcome to Crystal Brook

Where better to start your Southern Flinders’ journey than at the first point of the Southern Flinders’ Ranges! The charming town of Crystal Brook effortlessly merges active businesses and community groups with a peaceful, natural setting to create a must-see destination.

Base yourself in Crystal Brook and take day trips to the neighbouring Clare wine region, the mining history of Burra, the waterfront activities of Port Broughton and the arid landscapes of the Flinders’ Ranges. Just two hours’ drive from Adelaide, Crystal Brook is easily accessible for city commuters wishing to escape the hustle and bustle for the weekend.

Clean Up Australia Day

3rd March 2019

A round lady picking up rubbish

Starting at 10AM in Adelaide Square

The Crystal Brook Community Association will be facilitating Clean up Australia Day in Adelaide Square. We encourage groups and individuals to come, collect a bag and select an area of Crystal Brook to clean up. Maps will be available.

All rubbish collected can be returned to Adelaide Square, and Port Pirie Regional Council will ensure it will be taken to the waste station. Some gloves will be available, but you are advised to bring your own.

Bottles of water will by provided by SA Water throughout the morning.
drawing of a sausage on a fork

12 Noon

Men’s Shed will provide a BBQ for the cost of a gold coin.


Jean Housley will conduct a presentation about a new innovative way to recycle single use plastics, by making EcoBricks. Our environment is being severely impacted by plastic making their way into our oceans, waterways and countryside. We encourage you to come along and hear what Jean has to say.

Crystal Book’s 146th Birthday

a piece of fruit cake
To celebrate this occasion the Men’s shed will be giving away slices of cake.

Free Wi-fi In Bowman Street.

If you need the internet when visiting Crystal Brook, you can connect to CBrookfreeWIFI in Bowman Street “The Main Street”

Here is a map of the Wi-Fi coverage:

Free WiFi in bowman Street