Coastal camping near Adelaide

Encircled by beaches, wildlife, and vineyards, this cultural hub offers plenty of outdoor adventure.

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Cooinda Retreats - RV and Camp Stay

9 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Victor Harbor, SA
Welcome to Camp Stays at Cooinda Retreats! Exciting News! 🌟 We're thrilled to introduce our brand-new nature-based camping experience at Cooinda Retreats RV and Campground Stays! This exclusive, immersive alternative to big park stays offers more space and even more fun. Get ready to spread out and enjoy the great outdoors like never before! Why Choose Cooinda Retreats? 🌳 Cooinda Retreats is a 100% Not-for-Profit organisation, so every stay helps fund valuable services for disadvantaged and marginalised community groups. When you camp with us, you're not just having an amazing time – you're making a difference! Important Info for a Fantastic Stay: 🌿 Hipcamp Vibes: Remember, we're a Hipcamp bushland site, not a caravan park. Check out Hipcamp's website for helpful info on what to expect. 🌿 Spacious Sites: Our large, well-cared-for sites offer stunning views and plenty of room to roam. 🌿 Location, Location, Location: Nestled at the foothills of Victor Harbor on the Fleurieu Peninsula, our 8 unique sites provide breath-taking bushland and ocean views. Site Details: Site 1: Electric and dog fence friendly – a premium spot! Sites 2 & 3: Premium large sites with power (15amp to 10amp adaptor available). Gorgeous views and lots of grass. Sites 4 & 5: Large general sites with great views and space. Site 6: Premium bushland site – perfect for nature lovers. Sites 7 & 8: Large premium non-powered sites with lush lawns and incredible views. Amenities: 🚿 Stay Self-Contained: Portable showers and toilets are available, but we recommend bringing your own toilet paper. ♻️ Waste Management: Please take your rubbish with you as we don't provide a rubbish service. 💧 Potable Water: Available at all sites. 🍳 Camp Kitchen & Wi-Fi: Enjoy our extensive camp kitchen and Wi-Fi across the park. Good to Know: #Victor Harbor Dump Point: Located 3 km from our park for your convenience. Please don't empty your cassettes into our portable toilets, that's simply not what they are there for and would be very unfair! #No Noise Policy: Quiet hours are from 10:30pm to 6:30am – let's keep the retreat peaceful for everyone. #Safety First: Discreet CCTV cameras are situated around the site for your safety. #Reviews: We love hearing from you! Please remember we're a genuine Not-for-Profit charity before leaving feedback. A simple message can usually resolve any issues. #Our site is multipurpose, with a group accommodation area adjacent. Final Tips: # Check individual site details for the best fit. # Enjoy the spacious lawns but avoid placing mats on them. # Remember, you're in a bushland setting – bring bug repellent! # Winter fires allowed in BYO fire pits on our designated hard surface. Fire wood available for $15 onsite. We can't wait to welcome you to Cooinda Retreats! Get ready for a unique, nature-filled adventure that supports a great cause. See you soon! 🌞🌿🛶
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AU$40
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Kookaburra Cottage Farm

1 site · RV, Tent6 acres · Parawa, SA
Here you'll find 6 acres of undulating land, surrounded by gum trees. The campsite is in a lovely bush setting, in a valley, which is quiet and private. Campers must be self-contained, we don't have facilities here. Plenty of options for safe swimming and surfing beaches (10-20 minute drive) Visit the Alpacas (by arrangement) just across the road Jetty at Rapid Bay is the spot for fishing (20-minute drive) Hiking in Deep Creek Conservation Park is fantastic (15-minute drive) Find essentials at Yankalilla township, including a supermarket, craft shops, pub and medical centre (10-minute drive) Lovely scenic drives in the area and Victor Harbour, a larger regional town is only 25 minutes away.
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AU$32
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McLaren Vale Vineyard

2 sites · RVs, Tents6 acres · Aldinga, SA
Six Strings is a small vineyard, approx. 6 acres, located in the McLaren Vale wine region on the beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula of South Australia, a very popular holiday destination for locals and travelers alike. We are a short drive to the local stunning beaches of Port Willunga, Silver Sands and Sellicks and of course the many McLaren Vale wineries. Also within walking distance is the historical main street of Aldinga where you’ll find the Pub, boutique Brewery, Cafes, Restaurants and shops. Enjoy a wine and/or barrel tasting at a cost of $10 pp (redeemable on any purchase) during your stay. For the complete wine lovers experience why not stay with us during vintage (Mar/Apr, depending when grapes are ready to be picked) and get “hands-on” in every stage of wine making from picking, crushing, fermenting to barrel. Enjoy one on one access to our winemaker during the whole process. We welcome pets however they must be on leash or contained at all times. We have a small Cavoodle that has free range access to the property and will likely want to befriend you (and your food!)
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AU$25
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Windmill Creek Farm

4 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Mclaren Vale, SA
Our 40 acres is 2WD accessible and set just off the coast in beautiful McLaren Vale, South Australia. The camp is set in a flat, cleared area on the rear of our working family property. With ample space to spread out and put your feet up, the River Red Gum trees also provide natural shade and shelter. Perfect for setting up tents, hammocks or a slack line! Along with local kangaroos, you'll likely spot our small flock of sheep in the paddock nearby or the neighbouring horses up the hill. Ask us about our small batch wine and take advantage of being in the heart of wine country - the nearest cellar door is only a 3 minute drive away! After an afternoon of wine tasting, drive 10 minutes to the beach and enjoy a sunset over the water. Tomorrow, choose your own adventure with more wining and dining, swimming and surfing, or walking one of McLaren Vale's stunning trails. On a Saturday, you might find yourself at the Willunga Farmers Market (5 min drive) which runs each week from 8am to Midday and offers a variety of local goods and produce. Wineries within a 10 minute drive include: - Battle of Bosworth Wines - Down the Rabbit Hole Wines - Fox Creek Wines - Ekhidna Wines - and many more! - Not to forget Swell Brewing Co., just 9 minutes away. Our favourite coffee places include: - Dawn Patrol Coffee (4 min drive) - Goodness Coffee Co. (8 min drive) - Someday Soon Co. (6 min drive) - many more in Willunga and Aldinga! Please note the following! - No shower or toilet facilities provided, campers must be self-sufficient. - Three drinking water taps are available for your convenience. - No pets. We have a variety of animals on our property that rely on us to keep them safe. - No motorbikes. - No fires from approx. November 1 - April 30 due to SA restrictions. If not during this time, please clear it with us as restrictions and fire ban days change year to year. - Please stay within the designated camp area! As a working property and vineyard, we have large machinery in use daily and visitors must follow biosecurity protocol (fancy explanation for keeping everyone's vineyards safe from disease and pests).
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AU$38
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Plains Road

4 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Adelaide, SA
Perfectly flat property surrounded by a line of Gumtrees and panoramic views of vineyards, rolling hills and sunsets. The camping areas are southwest facing so perfect for that warm afternoon sun. We are 5 min drive from the beautiful Fleurieu Coast line consisting of Pt Willunga and Silver Sands. Aldinga beach shopping centre and a 24hour petrol station are all just around the corner. Last but not least we are a stone throw away from all of the great Mclaren Vale wineries and historic Willunga Main Street.
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Camp with Horses next to the Beach

4 sites · RVs, Tents75 acres · Dublin, SA
Bring your camper and your horse; there's no need to leave your equine friend behind! Port Parham Beach is just 4 kilometers away, renowned for its crabbing and horse riding along the shore. We offer secure new steel yards for your horses, and our 75-acre property includes a horse track for those who want to have a race. Enjoy ocean views from the campsites, and explore numerous quaint towns in the surrounding area. Meet Plutus, our resident horse. Please note that guests must be fully self-contained with their own toilet and shower facilities, and they are required to take all waste with them upon departure. Pets are allowed on a leash. Campfires are welcome in the provided fire pit; just bring your own fire pit.
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Coastal camping near Adelaide guide

Overview

Looking to camp near Adelaide, South Australia and experience the coastal terrain? Look no further than Kookaburra Cottage Farm (14 reviews), Sunnyglen Farm (6 reviews), and Ballara Art & Lifestyle Retreat (3 reviews). With popular facilities such as cooking equipment, campfires, and showers, you'll have everything you need for a comfortable stay. Plus, indulge in activities like off-roading, biking, and exploring historic sites. So pack your bags and get ready for an unforgettable coastal camping adventure!

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