The best camping near Canunda National Park

Discover the most magical spots to pitch your tent or park your rig on your next Canunda National Park adventure.

Canunda National Park: A coastal haven for bushwalking, fishing, and 4WD adventures.  

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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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Robe Four Mile Farm

20 sites · RVs10 acres · Robe, SA
Located just minutes from Robe on the Southern Ports Highway, The Four Mile Farm offers a space for self contained vans, camper trailers and tents in a tranquil ten acre rural setting. Only minutes to the Robe township, restaurants, cafes, shopping and Robe's famous Long Beach, The Four Mile has an abundance of wide open spaces to find a private nook to pull in and take in the big skies in the day and the bright stars at night.
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Blue Lake Holiday Park

184 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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Bryton Wood Campsite

8 sites · RVs, Tents15 acres · Moorak, SA
Moorak, South Australia. Traditional, ancestral territory of the Boandik First Nations people. Our property is located 5km south of Mt Gambier with distant views of the extinct volcano including the Blue Lake and crater Lakes precinct. We are situated on a quiet country road. This camp site is a fenced two acre paddock surrounded on the east, south and west sides with revegetation of local native trees, shrubs and grasses. This area is a fabulous star gazing location with a clear and un-obstructed horizon. The historical Centenary Tower and Crater Lakes can be seen from the campsite. Communal camp fire and firewood available. Personal fire pits available on request. Pets welcome but we request they're on lead for safety of your pet. No facilities, so site is most suited to self contained campers. Our residence is south of the Hipcamp area and is off-limits to campers unless through prior arrangement, although walking along the vehicle track and through the bush is encouraged (refer to map). Bryton Wood campsite is only 7min drive to the heart of Mt Gambier, 20min to the coast and beaches, and 30min to the Glenelg River in western Victoria. Firewood available on request ($10/bag at 10kg includes kindling) Mt Gambier has a range of attractions including: - Blue Lake and crater lakes precinct - Engelbrecht Cave, Umpherston Cave, and Cave Gardens - Wulanda Recreation Centre - Little Rippa Brewery - Blue Lake and Attamarra Golf Courses - Mountain Bike trails - Mt Gambier Rail Trail Many tourist attractions are within 15-45min drive including: Canunda National Park Lower Glenelg National Park Nelson estuary and Glenelg River Canopy walk at Telford Scrub Conservation Park Butterfly walk at Penambol Conservation Park Honan Mint trail, boardwalks and bird hide at Honan Native Forest Reserve Kilsby Sinkhole (for cave diving and snorkelling) Tantanoola Caves Little Blue Lake Barn Steakhouse Mayura Station Steakhouse 45min drive+ includes: - Coonawarra wine region, - Bool Lagoon and Naracoorte Caves, - Robe and Beachport coastal towns To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking Amenities Caravans, Fifth wheels, Camper Trailers, Motorhomes, Campervans, and Cars allowed Turn-around on site Accommodates slide-outs Surface type: grass-or-paddock Surface levelness: flat Bitumen road to entrance gate
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Robe Camel Farm - Self Contained Campers Only

4 sites · RVs, Tents100 acres · Mount Benson, SA
SELF CONTAINED CAMPERS ONLY (must have your own toilet/shower/bin). Perfect for RV or trailer camping. Situated on 100 acres 5km north of Robe town, and a very very short drive (or 2km walk) to beautiful Long Beach, the Robe Camel Farm is in the perfect location. You have a choice of camp sites nestled within and on the surrounds of 5 acres of bush. You are free to watch the camels in the paddock from behind the fenceline. If you are after a more up and personal experience with the beautiful beasts, you can book a Morning Milking Tour or a Camel Safari in our electric buggy. Book these experiences on the website Robe Camel Farm is a very relaxed environment. We will be carrying on daily jobs such as camel feeding, building, training etc. Guests are welcome to participate in daily farm life if they choose to! Note, we do keep beehives on the property, so if you are badly allergic to bees, please come prepared. Dog friendly but must be well controlled. Campfires not permitted.
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The best camping near Canunda National Park guide



Canunda National Park invites you to immerse yourself in a rugged coastal landscape where the thrill of bushwalking, birdwatching, and surfing beckons. With its diverse habitats, from limestone cliffs to sprawling beaches, the park offers a sanctuary for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike. Set up camp amid the natural beauty and wake to the sound of crashing waves and local birdlife.

Notable campgrounds

  • Cape Banks Campground: Nestled near the beach, perfect for fishing enthusiasts and beachcombers alike.
  • Geltwood Beach Campground: Offers direct access to the park’s extensive sandy shores, ideal for a serene retreat.
  • No. 2 Rocks Campground: A secluded spot for those looking to escape the hustle and enjoy the coastal serenity.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  • Book online to secure your campsite up to 12 months in advance, ensuring your spot amid the park's natural splendour.
  • Consider visiting during off-peak seasons for better availability and a more tranquil experience.
  • Keep an eye on cancellations, as last-minute openings can provide unexpected opportunities.
  • Explore nearby camping options if your preferred campground is fully booked, to still enjoy the area’s beauty.

When to go

The best time to visit Canunda National Park is during the milder months of autumn and spring, when the weather is pleasant for outdoor activities. Summer offers warm beach days, but be mindful of the potential for extreme heat. Winter can be cold, yet it provides a unique, stark beauty and fewer crowds.

Know before you go

  • Check the park’s website for any closures or safety alerts, especially regarding fire danger ratings.
  • Accessibility varies across the park, so plan ahead if you require specific facilities or have mobility concerns.
  • Remember to bring all essentials, including water and food, as amenities are limited within the park.
  • Be prepared for patchy mobile phone coverage; download maps and important information beforehand.
  • Respect the park’s wildlife and habitats by following the 'leave no trace' principles during your visit.

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