Caravan camping as well as cabins in South Australia with electricity hookup and water hookup

Sun-blushed vineyards and outback plains stretch along the banks of the Murray River.

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McLaren Vale National Park View

4 sites · RVs, Tents20 acres · Mc Laren Vale, SA
We have 20 acres at picturesque McLaren Vale, backing onto the Onkaparinga Gorge National Park. Set up camp on our open field and enjoy sea views and fantastic sunsets, as well as spot local wildlife from your camp chair, including kangaroos and many native bird species. The National Park has numerous walking trails to explore, and we are only a few minute's drive away from many wineries, local shops, restaurants and local beaches. It's an ideal base camp to explore this popular region. All campers must be self-contained, with their own camp toilet and we kindly ask you to take all waste when you go. Pet friendly!
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Cooinda Retreats - RV and Camp Stay

15 sites · Lodging, 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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Piney Ridge Estate

9 sites · RVs, Tents90 acres · Woodside, SA
Enjoy the serenity of waking up on our 100-acre farm in the Adelaide Hills. Piney Estate is a beautiful base camp from which to explore the Adelaide Hills, but you'll be just as inclined to relax on the property and enjoy peaceful country time. The location is ideal, being just 5mins from Nairne village (which has a great Foodland, butcher and bottle shop). Plus there are plenty of foodie and wine options to discover in the region. We offer different options, some sites have water and power , and others are more remote, fully self-sufficient spots. Many sites have a campfire space (not available during the summer fire ban months). Pets are welcome off-leash, so long as they remain under control and do not disturb the farm animals, keep them on leash if you aren't sure how they will behave around sheep and cattle. Also note we have a dog here, and 3 cats, and other guests may have pets, so make sure your dog is dog-friendly, or else keep them leashed at all times.
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Spear Creek Holiday Park

115 sites · RVs, Tents21000 acres · Wilmington, SA
Spear Creek is more than just another Holiday Park. Set immediately adjacent to the Western slopes of the Flinders Ranges in the middle of a 21,000 acre working sheep station providing privacy, security and an experience like no other. Spear Creek is located 25 kilometres south-east of Port Augusta, only 12km off Highway 1. Our eastern boundary follows the summit of the ranges north from Horrocks Pass, with walking trails through deep gorges to range top views of upper Spencer Gulf. The Holiday park is nestled amongst 600 year old river red gums adjacent to the ranges. You may meet any of the three different species of kangaroos, echidnas, or 85 species of birds including wedge-tail eagles and peregrine falcons who call Spear Creek home. The owner operators of this tourism business are fourth generation, whose families have been farmers and graziers on this land for over 130 years.
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Waterfront Holiday Park

116 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents25 acres · Tailem Bend, SA
The very friendly park on the Murray River …. Welcome to Waterfront Holiday Park at Tailem Bend. Our Campgrounds, Accommodation, and access roads are all Flood Safe! We’re the perfect stop-off point if you’re traveling from Melbourne or Sydney to Adelaide…or … The perfect Basecamp for short trips, with most places of interest surrounding Adelaide much easier to access without traffic lights from our location just 50 minutes from the city. We can offer you all the facilities you need to make your stay stress free with our easygoing approach. With large sites, stay hitched up if you wish…… Room to Relax. Well-behaved pets are welcome. With big shady trees and awesome views of the Murray River, Waterfront Holiday Park is the perfect place to just relax and unwind. With no jumping castles or playgrounds onsite, adult relaxation is our focus. The Park’s privately owned river frontage includes a boating harbor and boat ramp which is perfect for a morning paddle or water skiing all day. Our backwater is also home to many birds including swans, ducks, pelicans, and many more. Within short driving distance are major attractions including The Bend Motorsport Park, Old Tailem Town, Monarto Safari Park, The Coorong, and The National Motor Museum. The Barossa, Adelaide Hills, and Langhorne Creek wine regions with many quality cellar doors in each area. In Tailem Bend town center you will be delighted at the quality of food and coffee at numerous locally owned and operated cafes, restaurants, bakery, and hotels.
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Belair National Park Holiday Park

107 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents12 acres · Adelaide, SA
Situated in the beautiful Belair National Park this holiday park is made for those looking to surround themselves in the gorgeous wilderness of South Australia. Only 11km south of the CBD and ideal for families, couple getaways and nature lovers; we’ve designed this accommodation to truly allow you to be one with nature. With cabins, glamping tents, cottages and spaces for camping there is an accommodation option for everyone.We want guests to enjoy all the luxuries when camping so you can stay as long as you want with all facilities you will need; whilst never taking away from the beautiful surrounds.
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Cape Jaffa Holiday Park

58 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents5 acres · Cape Jaffa, SA
Cape Jaffa Holiday Park is situated on approximately 5 acres on the Limestone Coast of SA, adjacent to the beautiful Lacepede Bay. Approximately 100m to the beach for swimming and same to the jetty for fishing. Cape Jaffa is known for the quality fishing and fresh southen rock lobster as well as long stretches of beaches between Kingston SE to Cape Jaffa and Cape Jaffa to Robe for the 4WD enthusiast. With 4 boutique wineries like Norfolk Rise; Cape Jaffa; Wangolina and Mt Benson at our doorstep there is something for everyone.
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Blue Lake Holiday Park

183 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents27 acres · Mount Gambier, SA
Blue Lake Holiday Park is set on 27 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, nestled within a volcanic landscape and situated between two crater lakes. The park is located in Mount Gambier, 4.5 hours south east of Adelaide and next to Australia’s world famous and mysterious Blue Lake. Mount Gambier is part of the Limestone Coast and with it’s spectacular natural wonders, there’s plenty for everyone to see, do and explore!
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Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary

106 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents10 acres · Arkaroola, SA
Located 600km north of Adelaide in the ruggedly spectacular northern Flinders Ranges, this 610sq km multi-award-winning Wilderness Sanctuary was founded by the Sprigg family in 1968 and continues to operate to this day with a strong emphasis on science, education, and conservation to enable us, as custodians, to preserve this priceless and unique wilderness and its inhabitants into the future. With a Geological History reaching back almost 2 billion years, this ancient landscape also has an extraordinary human history. Frequented and featuring in creation stories by Indigenous Peoples for tens of thousands of years the area was later brought to the attention of the modern world by the late Professor Sir Douglas Mawson.
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Brownhill Creek Tourist Park

101 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents5 acres · Adelaide, SA
7kms from the Adelaide CBD at the foot of the Adelaide Hills is Brownhill Creek Tourist Park. Surrounded by leafy green trees, set in the eastern suburb of Mitcham giving a country feel to a busy city. Established as a caravan park in 1954 Brownhill Creek Tourist Park is the perfect place to relax and unwind in tranquil surroundings. Close to transport with direct routes to the city, easy access to Café’s, Bistro’s, hotels and shopping centres. A short 15 minute drive to the city, hospitals, beaches and fabulous shopping precincts. A 60 minute drive to the wine regions of the Barossa Valley and 25 minutes to McLaren Vale. Steeped in history and wild life, Brownhill Creek Tourist Park offers the ease of access to many walking and cycling trails where ruins of the early 1900’s can be seen along with the 400 year old tree in the centre of the park called “The Monach”.
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Lambert’s Little Paradise

4 sites · Lodging, RVs3 acres · Altona, SA
‘Lamberts Little Paradise’ welcomes fully self-contained caravans or campers to our site. We are located 2kms on the outskirt of the historic township of Lyndoch, for the perfect space to enjoy a get away and unwind from the daily hustle of life. Lyndoch is located only 1 hours drive from Adelaide via Gawler and Elizabeth and is nestled in the heart of South Australia’s vineyard country. Within the wine touring country you can also enjoy family run cafes’, helicopter sight-seeing tours, local hiking tracks, bike trails, local markets, antique stores and so much more. Features: • 2 caravan pads with water and power connection available • Comfortable studio that can sleep up to 5 guests. • A dump point • Full access to the solar heated- swimming pool and surrounds • Wifi • Transport available upon request • Events are welcome with prior booking knowledge (Please communicate with host prior to booking) People with disabilities are well catered for including: • Disability pool hoist • Support workers available upon request Don’t delay – Book today. Please note... This is a private property only catering for two fully self-sufficient caravans at a time, plus guests in our studio, so if you would like to stay in a very quiet location on the 3-acre property in the Barossa Valley without the hassle of a caravan park and no privacy this is the spot for you. Pets are welcome (caravan spots only, not the studio)! Checkout is at 10am unless otherwise discussed and agreed upon. A cancelation fee applies for late checkout. Each site can only take one caravan so if you have two caravans you will need to book the second site also. ‘Lamberts little paradise’ is the perfect location to enjoy the experience that is the ‘Barossa Valley’.
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Kimali Farm

2 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Sedan, SA
Camping can be arranged in the paddock beside a historic cemetery or down amongst the sheds. Step back in time by staying in the 140 year old stone buildings. Just 5 minutes down the road you'll find the Sedan pub where you can enjoy a meal and a drink. Only 20 minutes from the Barossa. Water is available as natural rainwater from tanks. Guests must be fully self contained with their own toilet/shower facilities and must take all waste with them on departure. Campfires are welcome in the fire pit provided. Pets are allowed on leash.
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Overview

One of Australia’s most compact states, South Australia offers outback adventures and wildlife safaris within easy reach of Adelaide. Head south to spot sunbathing wild kangaroos, enjoy lazy afternoons wine tasting and oyster sampling, and hike through red-sand deserts, forested gorges, and rocky mountains. Temperate weather makes SA a year-round destination for camping and outdoor activities, but it’s busiest during the balmy summer months. Cruise over to Kangaroo Island in springtime to see the cutest wildlife encounters, admire wine country in a canopy of fall leaves, or take a winter whale-watching cruise along the coast.

Adelaide

Adelaide is South Australia’s laid-back state capital, where parklands unfurl along the River Torrens, bars and restaurants sit riverfront, and arts festivals draw crowds year-round. Once you tire of the city, hop over to nearby Kangaroo Island, go for a beachside getaway along the Fleurieu Peninsula, or plan wine tasting in the vineyards.

Wine Country

The green hills around Adelaide house some of Australia’s finest wine regions. From the Barossa Valley, with its stone cottages and patchwork vineyards, to the leafy peaks of the Adelaide Hills—there are some sweet spots to sip Sshiraz or taste cabernets. Many camping sites offer direct access to the natural landscapes, whether strolling the beaches of McLaren Vale or cycling between cellar door wine tastings in the Eden Valley.

Northern Outback

North of Adelaide, the hills give way to the dusty red sands and remote bushlands of the Australian outback. Flinders Range National Park is the headliner, the dramatic finish line of the 1,200-kilometre Heysen Trail and home to the peaks of Wilpena Pound. Further north, the opal mining towns of Coober Pedy and William Creek offer a look at outback life, while Lake Eyre National Park’s pink lakes feature lakeside camping sites like no other.

Eyre Peninsula

Stretching west from Adelaide and the Yorke Peninsula, Eyre unfolds in a panorama of gold-dust sands, rocky shores, and deserted dunes. Coastal camping spots have the best views, and the sheltered waters of Coffin Bay, Venus Bay, and Streaky Bay are famous for their oysters.

Kangaroo Island

Bushlands, sand dunes, and wave-ravaged coastlines await on Kangaroo Island. Explore off-piste in a 4WD, spot wild kangaroos and koalas in the nature reserves, or walk the beach to watch fur seals and little penguins, then head back to camp for a campfire barbecue. Adventurous campers will find a number of bush camping grounds, while holiday parks provide a little more luxury.

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