Camping near Cudlee Creek

Enjoy hiking, wine tasting, and wildlife-watching in the Adelaide Hills.

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Camping near Cudlee Creek guide

Overview

With a population of less than 500 people, the pint-size town of Cudlee Creek is a perfect place to escape the crowds in the Adelaide Hills. Surrounded by natural bushlands, hillside vineyards, and conservation areas, most visitors come to get back to nature. Head to Gorge Wildlife Park to see koalas, kangaroos, and wombats; take a woodland walk or go bird-watching at Cudlee Creek Conservation Park; or go mountain biking along forest trails at Mount Crawford. You can also hike along part of the long-distance Heysen Trail, which passes right through town. Of course, wine-tasting tours are also a local highlight, and the boutique wineries of the Adelaide Hills are just a short drive away. Camping options are limited at Cudlee Creek, but you can check into the caravan park, which has powered sites and cabin rentals, plus solar-powered showers, laundry facilities, and a bar and restaurant on site.

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