Caravan parks in South Australia

Drive to rolling wine regions, white-sand beaches, and outback mountain ranges in South Australia.

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The Scrub Campsite

8 sites · RVs, Tents130 acres · Inman Valley, SA
Inglewood is a 130-acre property currently running beef cattle and sheep. The property has 15 acres of remnant stringy bark scrub which abuts the Heysen Trail. This private campsite is contained within the scrub although campers have access to the whole property. There are 11 bespoke sites available but only 8 sites are offered at any one time so campers can have their privacy. The whole campsite can be hired exclusively for large groups - contact me direct for booking details and costs. A wood package can be purchased for $50 the communal fire circle. We offer sites suitable for camper trailers, campervans, cars, rooftop tents, tents and swags (sorry, no large caravans). During the non fire ban period all fires must be contained in the fire pits provided. Some firewood is supplied for you. Please bring firewood if you intend to have a campfire for an extended period. Due to the predicted 2023 /2024 high fire season, NO campfires will be allowed during the fire ban season - NOVEMBER 15 to APRIL 29. All bookings will be be cancelled if severe or catastrophic fire conditions are forecast. A communal camp kitchen, barbecue, rain water and tables available. A composting toilet is available as is a solar and rocket shower system. Colloquially known as God's Country the property is conveniently located 1hr 20 mins from Adelaide, 14 mins from Victor Harbor, and 20 mins from Pt Elliot, Middleton, Waitpinga and Parson's beach, Hindmarsh Falls and Normanville. Other nearby localities are Deep Creek National Park, Newland Conservation Park, Springmount National Park, Granite Island and the Kangaroo Island ferry. The popular Belicious Belgium Cafe is a 60 min walk or 5 minute drive from the campsite. Walkers on the Heysen trail can access the campsite 100 metres away. The Scrub Campsite was honored to have won 3rd place for best campsite in South Australia for 2023. All campers are to respect other campers and the land that they are camping on. Plelease We look forward to welcoming you to The Scrub Campsite!
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Harry’s Rockleigh Bush Camp

15 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Rockleigh, SA
Enjoy the peaceful surroundings of Harry's Rockleigh Bush Camp. The campsites are on lovely flat camping areas amongst native trees, overlooking adjacent fields. Enjoy bird watching or walking part of the Lavender Trail which passes near camp. Relax at the communal campfire (depending on fire regulations). Sit back and listen to live music when available. There are two camping areas, both offering an enormous amount of space, and great sunrises. We have available bush toilets, showers and a camp kitchen with gas BBQ. Pets welcome. The property is around an hour out of Adelaide, and Murray Bridge is less than half an hour drive away.As a bonus, a trip with Harry in his wagon drawn by his two Clydesdale horses, George and Henry can be arranged at a modest price!
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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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Coober Pedy Views

13 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents2 acres · Coober Pedy, SA
Coober Pedy Views is located on the fringe of Coober Pedy and offers a unique outback camping experience for guests who are more adventurous and prefer privacy and a secure location. New Driveway is completed.... In 2019 I was sitting in my Alfresco Area feeling that the beauty offered in front of my property should be shared to people I thought might appreciate a different aspect to Coober. Since that time I have probably had 600+ guests enjoy what Coober Pedy Views has to offer. Whilst it remains a rustic type setting, with campers needing to be SELF SUFFICIENT (NO PUBLIC AMMENITIES AVAILABLE) I can offer Power (subject to availability) to 6/8 sites. Bookings can be made via Hipcamp.com and more information via WikiCamp.com
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Eight Mile Creek Camping

25 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Eight Mile Creek, SA
This property is host to a perfectly located self-sustaining campground for fishermen, families, couples, and any other individuals that seek a simplistic and affordable, yet rewarding getaway. Boat launching is available in immediate proximity, with beachfront access from the campground. Potential activities in the local area include: Swimming/surfing at a family-safe beach 3km away at Browns Bay, beach walking, fishing (surf/deep sea), boating (Launch your dingy straight off the beach), 4WDing, snorkelling / SCUBA diving and climbing Mount Shank. Plenty to keep you busy! The block is situated 10km (~5 minute drive) from Port MacDonnell, 28km from Mount Gambier (~25 minute drive) and 20km (~20 minute drive) from Nelson and the Glenelg River. The block is also located just 5km (~5 minute drive) from popular diving site Ewen's Ponds, and 24km (~15 minute drive) from the Little Blue Lake sinkhole attraction. Pets are allowed and encouraged, but if they are aggressive they will be required to be on a lead at all times. This is due to there being a high number of animals in the area.
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Pine Ridge

8 sites · RVs, Tents80 acres · Yahl, SA
We have 80 acres of farm, approximately 15 minutes from town. Our campsites are located in a paddock on our farm, perfect for off grid self contained campers. We are not far from The Blue Lake, The little blue is also close by, and is perfect for swimming in summer. The Umpherston Caves is literally just down the road, and is wonderful for a picnic, or on dusk feeding the possums. Sites are approx 20m x 20m, lined with trees, perfect for pitching a tent, parking a van, camper trailer, RV, or even a bus! You can even bring your boat! We are only 25 minutes away from Port MacDonnell, put your boat in, go fishing or just enjoy the beach. One van/tent per site (unless negotiated prior). Our sites are all located in a back paddock, it's quiet and peaceful. We have sites available to cater for RVs, vans and tents. Must be self-contained (no facilities provided, must dispose of waste at approved dumpsites in town), take your rubbish with you; dogs are welcome if they are friendly and well behaved.
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Currawong Corner - Vans, RV & tents

20 sites · RVs, Tents86 acres · Punthari, SA
The bird-life is booming, the stars are doing their brilliant best, so now is a great time to visit. The camp-ground is 2WD, caravan, RV and large vehicle friendly, nestled in behind sand-hills, comfortably secure and conveniently located a few hundred metres from the Mannum-Sedan road. Sites are well sheltered and easily accessible, with most sites suitable for larger vehicles. Where possible early check-in and late check-out are available to allow you the most time to enjoy your holiday. We have introduced a special overnight 'traveller's rate', in after 3pm and vacate by 10am, details in site listings. Sites are restricted to one van, RV or tent per site. If you have a group booking, please contact us to discuss suitable sites. With some 20 acres of undulating sandy mallee, and 60 acres of paddocks cultivated to grain crop, Currawong Corner provides a restful stopover. Named after our resident Currawongs, a native bird often mistaken for the more common Magpie, we also regularly have kangaroo and many different bird species. Located between the Barossa and the mighty Murray, Currawong Corner is situated within the River Murray Dark Sky Reserve, so bring your telescope to enjoy our night sky. At this stage we have a bush drop toilet however we suggest campers being their own porta loo. Dump points are only about 15 minutes away, as are shops, pubs and fuel. There are no shower facilities, We can provide non-potable bore water by arrangement at the house. Camp-fires are at the discretion of the host and permission must be requested prior to lighting a fire. Pets are welcome but must not harass animals or other campers. Please feel free to take a walk around the property but limit motor vehicles to the camp-ground only as various areas may be under either regeneration or cropping.
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Pymbroke

3 sites · RVs, Tents79 acres · Rockleigh, SA
Our property is located in the rocky outcrops of the Bremer Ranges and is on the Bremer River in Rockleigh. This site was once a overnight yard for the sheep farmers who were passing through the area. We have three separate locations for campers to choose from. The Gums- surrounded by small gum trees right near the Bremer River. The Carob- this site is situated further back from the river and is surrounded by mulberry trees. Lastly we have The Sticks- this site is behind the scrubby bushed and requires tight access and is more suited to tents and swags. The decent into camp is quite narrow and steep so please drive carefully. We are 45 minute drive from the Lavender Federation Trail which is a popular walking track in the region. We are only 30 minutes drive from Monarto Conservation Park which is a popular spot for walking trails and picnics. Monarto is also home to a Safari Park which is the largest Safari Park in Australia and home to lots of interesting animals. We have a toilet available but please BYO toilet paper. From the 15th April fire are allowed. & portable firepits are available for your use Sorry, not pets.
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Tarlee - Serenity

15 sites · RVs, Tents42 acres · Alma, SA
We are located just off the Horrocks Highway on the way to the Clare Valley amongst 42 acres of peppermint gum scrub sheltered by the ranges west of Tarlee. Here you will find lovely spread out camping spots with plenty of space to explore, quiet country roads for walking or riding with spectacular views of the ranges and valley as well as Kangaroos, Kookaburras and more native wildlife. Powered onsite caravan available to book. Bush camping at its best. Firewood available to purchase on arrival, $25 for a large container and fire drums are provided. NO CHAINSAWS A beautiful peaceful spot with plenty of space for caravans, campers, tents and swags. We have a flock of sheep, Crystal our horse who loves attention and a pat as well as chooks and eggs to pick up, children love to ride their push bikes down the hills and through the tracks. Our scrub is perfect for outdoor imagination and bundles of energy. Campers have made cubbies in the trees, tyre swings and set up hammocks for lazy afternoons or a swing. Pick a site that suits you best, set up camp, light a fire and sit back and relax. Pet friendly. Long drop toilet available.
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Coodlie Park Eco Retreat

281 sites · RVs, Tents500 acres · Talia, SA
WELCOME to our home!! Coodlie Park Eco Retreat.....Let the Adventure Begin. * UNDER New Ownership / Re-Open from 01-Nov-2023 * ENTER via the Flinders Highway Driveway and not Talia Caves Road back entrance - (4X4 drive only there)* NOTES: - Please note that Hipcamp charge you a booking fee, our prices are as listed below. - Campground water is potable (unfiltered) rainwater and is strictly for camp kitchen and camp shower use. **Please Do Not Fill Tanks, cause once's gone, it's gone until it rains again!! - No Dumping - No Powered Sites - FULLY OFF-GRID - No reception due to the limited phone towers in the area - Telstra is touchy - Starlink works best and everything else is a no-go. Welcome to Coodlie.....IF OFF-GRID BUSH CAMPING is your style, then we can promise you some of the best and one of the most unique off-grid bush camping experiences located on the Eyre Peninsula. Camp Coodlie is created with Eco-Friendly and Sustainable Travel in mind. All the campground structures are made with recycled oyster timber, and we encourage you to recycle leaving behind the lightest ecological footprint during your travels. Prices: Bush Camping $25.00 per site/3 pax - $12.50 per additional guest (Max x5 per site) Swag Huts $25.00 per hut (2 pax) CHECK-IN: 1:00pm CHECK-OUT: 11:00am Camp Coodlie is set on native bush land 2km from the main homestead and reception office.......If it’s peace and quiet that you’re after, you’ll find it here! Camp Coodlie has been created with sustainability at the forefront of our minds. Locally sourced, recycled materials and oyster wood have been used to build the camping creature-comforts to ensure you have a happy and memorable experience. Pet Friendly and four-legged friends are also welcome. Privacy: All bush camping sites have plenty of privacy Showers: Eco-friendly, bucket-system showers with hot water, a very cool bush-camping experience! Loos: Eco-designed compost toilets (BYO toilet paper) Communal fire pit: Great for socializing and roasting marshmallows *Fire Ban Season October to April - Restrictions Apply Camp Kitchen: 6-burner cook top and grillers - the Camp Kitchen sink has solar powered and gas heated hot water.  - All communal areas (kitchen, shower, toilets) have solar powered lighting - No mains electricity available  - Gas BBQs available for cooking up a storm - Shelter and seating for 80 people - Access to Talia Caves, Talia Beach, Mount Camel Beach, our own private beach at Coodlie Cove, (which includes a 40m climb down the rocks to reach the beach, beach access is 'at your own risk') as well as Sunset Cove, that boast the best sunsets around. Coodlie Park Eco Retreat is located on 500 acres in between Elliston and Streaky Bay on the wild coastline of the Eyre Peninsula and the Great Australian Bight.  Popular tourist spots such as Talia Caves and Mount Camel Beach are a short 5-minute drive from Coodlie Park and the spectacular Lake Newland Conservation Park is about 25 minutes away. From rugged coastline and spectacular beauty to the weird and wonderful rock formations and massive sand dunes, Coodlie Park Eco Retreat is ideally positioned amongst it all. **South Australia and the Eyre Peninsula were voted Lonely Planet’s #5 region in the entire world in the 2017 Best of Travel Awards
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Yabbie Farm Bush Camp

7 sites · RVs, Tents500 acres · Wilmington, SA
Come and camp on our sustainable yabbie farm! A 500-acre property that sits on an aquifer with unlimited fresh water. We have seven plus sites available for self-contained campers. You will need to be self-sufficient and leave no trace. You can pick your own spot and there is plenty of space - so you can be as secluded as you wish! All flat area We offer a yabbie catching experience, contact us first for availability, $30 per person. There are lots of bird species and wildlife here, as well as sheep roaming around. You are welcome to enjoy a controlled campfire, and there is free firewood available. Fresh water available. The property is located 12kms from the township of Wilmington, a sleepy country town boasting panoramic views (both Hancock's Lookout and Horrocks Pass) and some impressive walking trails through the Flinders Ranges in the area. In Wilmington, you will find a pub, a general store, coffeeshop and a variety of museums and a dumping spot. We, your hosts, Anjo and Rob, live pretty much self-sufficient here - with solar power, water, vegetables, fruit, eggs, chicken meat, sheep meat, yabbies and marron. Everything is recycled, and nothing goes to waste - what we and the chickens and the sheep don’t eat will go to the compost/worm farm. The compost is reused in the veggie garden, excess eggs are boiled and fed to the yabbies and chooks, excess veggies will go to chooks, ducks and sheep. We grow carrots to feed to the yabbies. It’s a great lifestyle and we love it! Our farm is a great homebase to explore the Flinders. Explore the views and walks around Mount Remarkable, Mount Maria and Mount Brown, as well as the amazing sunrises and sunsets and starry night sky. There is an abundance of nearby hiking and biking opportunities including Alligator Gorge. Seasonal farm produce available on request. Options available for longer stays. If you would like to have a hands-on experience on a sustainable farm you could stay for free for 2 weeks (we can be flexible) in return for some caretaking while we visit our grandkids on Kangaroo Island. Jobs would be feeding animals, collect eggs and water vegetables. Contact us if you are interested in caretaking. Hope to meet you all.
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Breakaway Farmstay

7 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Waitpinga, SA
Great location, best opportunity to spend time on the farm amongst the animals and nature. We are a small Farmstay in the heart of the Fleurieu Peninsula just out side Victor Harbor in Waitpinga. Powered and unpowered sites have use of bathroom facility. Waggon Flat has no facilities. Check in from time from 1.00pm. Close to anything you would like to do in this fantastic part of the state of South Australia. From fishing to surfing to long walks on the Heysen Trail or wine tasting and whale watching, there is everything here you would ever want to do. Rates include access to farm animals. Sheep, cows, chooks, ducks, goats, alpaca - all are very hungry and looking for pats! Sorry we don't allow pets. Campfires permitting (depending on local fire restrictions). Scroll down for Map of location. Check in time from 1.00pm.
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Outback adventures, beach getaways, and some of Australia's most renowned wineries―South Australia has it all. Hook up your caravan and escape to a tranquil spot amid the Barossa Valley or Adelaide Hills vineyards, escape the crowds along the wild Eyre Peninsula, or go beach-hopping along the Fleurieu Peninsula and ride the ferry to Kangaroo Island. Inland, explore the vast red desert plains of the South Australian outback, stopping to hike in the Flinders Ranges, or camp at a rustic campground in Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre National Park. Campers can choose from simple, unpowered campervan or caravan sites on a private farm to family-friendly caravan parks by the beach. Holiday parks and tourist parks dot the coast and the Murray River, where you'll find powered sites with space for large motorhomes. Most provide wifi, BBQ areas, and a camp kitchen, but some even have a swimming pool, games room, or mini golf.

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