There are some great people that help the travelers by providing either free, donation or cheap stopovers for people wanting to camp at places overnight.
Here is another one at Kyancutta. This is another town in the wheat belt area which is situated on the Eyre and Todd highways of the Eyre Peninsular. This town relies on the traveling tourists and the local agricultural people to survive.
In 1928 Kyancutta was the first town to have a fully automated weather station, which is monitored every three hours and is still operational today. It is situated behind the local store.
The free camp area is also behind the store, and its memorial park which represents the pioneers of its agricultural settlement. If looking for somewhere to rest your weary head then give this a try. The store owners are very friendly and will tell you more about the town if you ask.
Please support these types of places that supply these conveniences for the budget traveler which helps to keep us all traveling.