Not accessible except via 4wd tracks or Walk-in, you will need to be a little more prepared for this than with Casuarina or have a 4wd at your disposal. There are limited campsites here (4 quite large ones) and a few day visitor car parks. The Snowdrift Campground is nestled at the base of the largest and whitest Sand dune in Wyperfeld National Park. I will testify to the fact that I didn’t see anything bigger while I was there.
Snowdrift provides basic facilities just like Casuarina, with untreated water and drop-dunnies at your disposal. The dune itself is quite impressive and while we were there quite a few people were using it do toboggan or sled down. I personally don’t recommend this, and it will cause the dune to slowly decay over years, but if you’re into sand skiing or the like, It certainly isn’t prohibited as the park rangers were there while we were and didn’t seem at all worried by the escapades of excited children.
There isn’t a great deal to be said about Snowdrift Campground, it seems like a nice enough site, situated at the end of Snowdrift track and gives you a site at the base of a long range of dunes. Which you could easily walk for hours or even longer. Apart from this, the dune itself gives you some pretty great views of the park, and you can see a long way with incredibly little effort. Its a great spot for seeing two types of nature meet, as you can see below.