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Tarlee - Serenity
9 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents42 acres · Alma, SAWe 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 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. Fire pits provided. NO CHAINSAWS A beautiful peaceful spot with plenty of space for caravans, campers, tents and swags. We run a few sheep and a horse that loves a bit of attention and a pat. 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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Edgehill Farm Stays
15 sites · RVs, Tents200 acres · Riverton, SA***Please Note*** we have 3 properties on this account, each of the locations are shown on the listings name. We will give you the proper address once a booking has been made. Our three properties are located in Riverton, Bright and Bundey South Australia. STRICTLY NO motor bikes or firearms on any of our properties please !!!!! No Chainsaws please !!! Please bring your own wood for fires Edgehill Farm is located between Barossa and Clare Valley, 7km out of Riverton, 1 hour north of Adelaide. We run a sheep and cropping farm which creates beautiful camping grounds at the foot of the hills, just below the Heysen Trail. The campsites are located on the pasture paddocks of the farm with sheep roaming the area, occasionally. Large distances between other campers, each site can cater for large groups, with no close neighbours. There's a beautiful push bike ride from Riverton to Clare Valley and all the wineries are along the way. Plenty of room at the property for kids to ride there push bikes. Fantastic Views of the Sunsets and Sunrises from all sites! Beautiful bird noises and Kookaburras having a laugh as well. PLease supply your own wood at all properties, NO CHAINSAWS PLEASE - only unpowered sites are available to bring your own generator if needed. Pets are allowed, as long as they are controlled. It is suitable for all types of tents, campers/caravans, motor homes. You will experience peace and quiet as the campsite is 2km away from busy roads. Only one booking at a time per site so your privacy is guaranteed. There's a basic "long drop toilet" pit toilet located near the Gumtree paddock and 5 others shared, down close to the camping paddocks. :) Great coffee cafe, pub meals available in Riverton. IGA food store open 7 days a week, and ladies a lovely clothing Boutique, Sassy Lass, also open most days. Bright/Burra Creek camping, is situated 25km North of Robertstown, and is mainly 4x4 vehicles and off road campers/caravans and also tents. Bundey is our station land situated approx 45 km north of Robertstown, 20 km from Morgan, and is 4x4 vehicles and off road campers/caravans and also tents. STRICTLY No motor bikes or fire arms please !!
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Cockatoo Valley Tiny Vacations
4 sites · RVs, Tents23 acres · SAThis 20 acre property is dedicated to our horses, dogs and talking birds and relaxing! We have recently moved to 19D Cockatoo Valley so it's just the beginning. Tranquil and relaxing with local wildlife is what we offer you. You are welcome to wander down the hill into the big paddock and get a close up view of the big tracking system that services the property, and continue on and explore the scrub area where many native birds come and go including kookaburras. The line of trees planted in the gully area are dedicated koala forage trees so also wander down there and have a look and see if you can spot one. Our sheep may run up to you if they think you have something for them to eat. There are horses in paddocks toward the dam where wild ducks hang out, and you are also very welcome to say hello to them, but please do not enter their paddocks OR feed them. There are raceways between paddocks to continue your walk up the raceways to see the horses if they are out of view at their gates. Beware of the electric fencing though, it hurts if you touch it! Camp anywhere on the right hand side as you drive in via the automatic opening gate which you will be given access to once we have added your mobile number to the system after you have booked. We are currently planting more native shrubs and trees in this area to encourage even more bird life plus provide future windbreaks. From this area you will see the most spectacular sunsets and be able to have an open campfire during winter season. Take a short drive down Goldsfield Rd to the Mining Museum and hiking trails. A few KM's towards Williamstown stop in and see the Whispering Wall, built between 1899 and 1903, for its time of construction the dam was deemed a revolutionary engineering marvel. Sounds and voices, even a whisper can be clearly heard at the other end of the dam more then 100 meters away. Continue on through Williamstown and hire a kayak and explore the Warren Reservoir with the resident pelicans. The Warren reservoir was built on the South Para River between 1914 and 1916. Mt Crawford forest is then another short drive on where you can hike, ride and picnic and be guaranteed to see kangaroos in their natural habitat. We are also ideally located being at the gateway to numerous wineries, take your e-bike and explore the towns in the Barossa Valley which are linked with rose lined bitumen trails, explore the shops, cafes and enjoy delectable food, stop in at the Lavender Farm, treat yourself to a scenic flights with Barossa Helicopters or challenge yourself at Barossa Bowland and fantastic themed Dinosaur mini golf just to name even more options! As you can see, you have plenty of options to tailor your stay to suit the type of experience you are after. No responsibility taken for any injury or accident to Campers, their property and pets while camping at Tiny Vacations. Pets are welcome but must be under control, dogs on a lead at all times due to stock onsite and neighboring properties. Veterinary costs/wound care costs etc to any stock caused by campers pets will be at the owners cost.
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AU$25
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Noorla Farm (Happy Camping Ground)
3 sites · RVs, Tents30 acres · Mcharg Creek, SAWe live in a beautiful valley on 30 acres, that not many people know about. We're joined by 4 friendly dogs, 3 horses, 2 alpacas, 4 Galloway cows and chooks, along with the resident wildlife including many birds, kangaroos, koalas, shy owls, and even an echidna! All this, plus beautiful views from atop our hills, right to the lake, and the delightful winter creek complete with frogs. We are close to the McLaren Vale wine region as well as wineries throughout the Hills and 35 minutes to the coast of Victor Harbor. The Greenman Inn is 5 minutes down the road and has wonderful food from Wed to Sun if you do not feel the urge to cook with wood fires for the cold nights or a gorgeous outdoor area for the warmer months. At present, we offer two areas for camping. The Lookout/Highview has spectacular views and is suitable for tents and camper trailers, accessible by low-range 4WD (or AWD if the weather is dry) and the Laneway which is close to the babbling creek is suitable for those with a caravan, motorhome, 2WD etc, along with tent campers. If you have any doubts about which to book, please ask. Pets are welcome, however, please ensure they are kept under control (unless discussed with the host) at all times as we have our livestock and are surrounded by neighboring livestock, as well as the wildlife that frequently visits. Please note: This is an active small farm, therefore work may need be continued throughout your stay possibly necessitating the use of machinery and tending to our livestock. If you wish to see some of the animals up close, please let us know and we will try to accommodate. We ask that all fires be contained within the fire pit provided and a portable toilet is available for your use. Due to the extensive rains and grass growth fires are not permitted in the bushfire season, therefore you will not be able to use the fire pits. We have available farm fresh eggs from our lovely girls $3.00 1/2 Doz $5.00 Doz Wood $10 a bag
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AU$37
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The Tunnels
3 sites · RVs12 acres · Adelaide, SACARAVANS AND RVs ONLY PERMITTED. The Tunnels is located on 12 acres, just 9km from Adelaide CBD. Are you a history buff? The Tunnels is the former original Adelaide to Melbourne railway line and is home to two train tunnels that were used between 1880 and 1920. The History is something in itself and your hosts will happily provide you with the fascinating background of the site. There are three sites available at the southern end of the property, well-secluded, and with excellent concrete pads. You will enjoy views of Glenelg from site 1, enjoy the shade of the large peppercorn tree at site 2 or even have the opportunity to park your self-contained van in front tunnel two and have a truly unique experience. Site 3 does have the option of power. The sites are all large enough for any van and you won’t have any worries about spreading yourself out. All sites are for self-contained campers only - you must have your own toilet, and take all waste with you when you go. The property is suited for caravans, motor homes and fifth wheelers only. During the day you can go for walks in any direction as the property adjoins large council bushlands with many trails, or venture by foot over the hill into the Shepherds Hill recreation park. The birdlife and wildlife are immense and you can just sit and take in all the natural sounds of the area. The wineries of Mclaren Vale are only a 30-minute drive. If you need any supplies, the well-known Pasadena Foodland is located a stone's throw away where you will experience a wide selection of fresh food and variety. Brighton and Glenelg are only 9km away so if you feel the need for a walk on the beach and a fresh coffee the option is there. The Tunnels is a truly hidden gem that you just won’t believe exist so close to town but you feel like you are miles from anywhere.
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AU$22
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Willow Creek Farm Clarendon
2 sites · RVs, Tents6 acres · SAFamily hobby farm. 6 acres in the historical town of Clarendon. Set in a gully with a winter creek (Willow Creek) running through (dry in warmer months). Best views of Clarendon with a short walk from top paddock, and protected campsites near the creek. Chance to feed sheep (seasonal), collect eggs (seasonal) and walk to the nearby main street of Clarendon. Nearby wineries (soem dog friendly), beaches, reservoirs (Mt Bold - hiking and views and Happy Valley - hiking, kayaking, fishing), Onkaparinga National Park and Scott Creek Conservation Park, ForestrySA land (including TreeClimb, Bone Gully MTB and parkrun or saturdays at The Avenues - Kuitpo) will keep the outdoor enthusiast busy. Bakery, General Store, Clarendon Bowling Club, Riverbend Reserve, Op-shop and Emprades (antiques shop) and Royal Oak Hotel all in the mainstreet (a short walk). Along with historical buildings you can relax in the local town or venture further.
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AU$18
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Green and Serene @ Ampale Olives
5 sites · RVs, Tents33 acres · SA**Please note that during rainy weather, unfortunately, the campsites at Ampale is unavailable due to the nature of biscay clay soil. We are a 33 acre Olive Grove, right in between Willunga and McLaren Vale. We have private camp sites between the trees for for tents, and some caravan spots in cleared areas. You will need to be self sufficient. Bring your own toilet, water and electricity. We are a working farm, we grow premium olives to make Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil. We have Chickens, cats, dogs and horses - so unfortunately no pets. Wake up amongst the trees, with views to the surrounding Willunga hills, great sunsets and views from some sites to Sellicks and Myponga beaches. Vineyards for neighbors, wineries and bike trails all very close by. Not to mention some fantastic eateries in Willunga and in McLaren Vale. Willunga Farmers market is on each Saturday, the Quarry craft market is on the 2nd Saturday of the month - both in Willunga, a local youth market is on the 2nd Saturday in McLaren Vale, Galleries and plant nursery’s, restaurants, cafes, wineries, distilleries, brew houses and more! We are located in the heart of the Sea and Vines coast. Fox Creek winery is just across the road. Fox Creek has a great ‘Summer Series’ event on for the summer. It includes live music, movies on the big screen and more! Ortus, Vigna Bottin, Vigena and Pennys Hill wineries are just around the corner, not to mention Echidna wines - also within a 4km radius. Plenty of other wineries a very short drive away. Bring your push bike and enjoy the Shiraz Trail, or the Coast to Vines trail. Or just enjoy the serenity of the ‘Grove’.
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Blombery Road Campground
12 sites · RVs, Tents2 acres · Arno Bay, SABlombery Road Campground is located just 3km north of the relaxing beach town of Arno Bay. The grounds are set on beautiful, undeveloped coastal land with direct beach access. It's basic, but it's natural, and that's how we like it. And our guests do too! We offer unpowered sites closer to the beach and powered sites set back from the beach on a slight rise with a view. Both options have access to our shared toilet and hot shower facilities. We also have two ensuite sites where you can enjoy your own private ensuite with a flushing toilet, hot water shower, and power. The land here is very sandy in parts, with low scrub in some areas, but access to most sites is still good for all types of vehicles. There is also plenty of space for larger vehicles to turn around, and to park boats etc. Children under 12 stay free, however, please ensure they are still booked in as we need to cap our total camp capacity at 20 people at any one time due to the delicate nature of the grounds. This also helps keep the campground quiet and relaxing for everyone.
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The Perfect Pitch
2 sites · Lodging212 acres · SASee the starry sky at night and many constellations without light pollution, luxuriously staying in an 6 metre Bell Tent. Furnished with quality bedding and furnishings, and including a full queen sized sleigh bed. This site is designed to be a romantic couple getaway and quiet retreat. Located on the tourist trail of the Fleurieu Peninsula, close to local wineries and producers. Honeycombe tent is sensitively situated in a woodland under an array of Gum trees. It has it's own flushing toilet and cold water basin housed in a shed 6 metres from the tent, plus hot water gas shower for exclusive use of tent occupants. Towels, soap and face cloths provided. The 212 acreage includes a walk in only area of over 15.5 hectares of protected heritage scrub. The site is located less than an hour drive South from Adelaide CBD, and 2km North East of the beautiful and friendly community based township of Mount Compass in the Southern Lofty Ranges. There are nine Dams on the property, with guests are welcome to Kayak or fish for yabbies. Learn more about this land: We live on a working farm with the Homestead and home paddock approximately half a km from the tent. The 212 acres includes a walk in area only of over 15.5 Hectares of Protected Heritage Scrub.The property has an abundance of wildlife, including, but not limited to: Grey Kangaroos in large mobs. Echidna. Rosenberg's Goanna. Yellow Tailed Cockatoo. Beautiful Firetail. Koala. Yellow Footed Antechinus. Bibron's Toadlet. Cut leaf Xanthosia. There are too many species to describe here but a comprehensive list of Flora and Fauna is available to guests on request, some are rare or endangered.
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AU$200
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Marilyn's Lisieux Farm
17 sites · RVs185 acres · Back Valley, SAOur grazing property has mainly beef cattle plus some sheep. Here you can enjoy many native birds and our local friendly kangaroos too, and if you're really lucky you may see an echidna or our local wedge-tailed eagles. The campsite area is peppered with gum trees. Our property also has natural soaks with some rare and endangered flora species. The local creek flows past your campground area. This campsite suits self-contained campers who bring their own camping toilet/shower, and drinking water supply. You will have a choice of sites and will be completely private wherever you choose. The views of our valley and surrounds are yours alone. This is a quiet area but not far ( 10 mins) from our local town for all your potential needs. For better far-reaching views we can offer sites at the top of our property which may include a little slope. No pets please. Please note that this is a Working Farm and, as such, campers are asked to remain in the camping area and not wander around the rest of the property. We do not conduct Farm Tours, but if you have a keen interest in the farm and want to know more about it, and if we have free time, we'll be happy to have a chat.
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Stockyard Plains, The Riverland
8 sites · RVs, Tents1000 acres · Murbko, SAThe Riverland is an amazing place to visit, full of so many surprises! The variety in the landscape, from harsh limestone plains to beautiful rolling sandhills, to the beauty of the Murry River. There is so much wildlife to see especially when it comes to bird watching! And the area is full of history! In every town you will discover many historical facts and buildings, machines etc. We even have the ruins of an old school on our farm. At the campsite - approx 2km away from the farmhouse - you have the privilege of being surrounded by natural scrublands and habitats on the plains. See our mallee, acacias, sugar woods, grevilleas, honeyeaters, wrens, finches, kangaroos, emus & more. And don't forget the stars!! Our night sky is amazing due to very low light interference. At times, wake up to the sounds of sheep bleating and drinking from the trough a few hundred meters away. We have a central campfire area for each site, with iron plates for cooking over the open fire plus a double sink connected to river water for washing up and a large prep area. Just a short walk from camp is an outdoors flushing toilet with sink. Often there are things happening on the farm. Feel welcome to ask if there is anything you can be a part of to add to your holiday experience! We may be moving sheep, shearing, crutching, fencing, feeding the farm animals, milking our house goats & cow etc. Even come for a horse ride! And those who have horses are more than welcome to come, if you have your own yards and let us know this is what you'd like to do. We can lead you on a trail ride or explain where you can go for a ride. Well behaved dogs are welcome, but please discuss this with us prior to booking. Sites are family friendly. Please let us know if you have children so we can accommodate the pricing. We want you to have the best camp experience! If you are camping with friends, why not do a Group Booking? You will find this if you search "Stockyard Plains Group Booking" in the search bar. Come and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and relax and unwind in quiet of our county property. Please follow us on FB - Stockyard Plains Camping Ohlmeyer Instagram - Stockyard_plains_camp You Tube - Leanne Ohlmeyer Nearest towns: Blanchetown - 20min Waikerie - 25 min Morgan - 45min
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AU$17
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Hartley South Australia Camp
4 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents180 acres · Hartley, SASeveral options to choose from here. The Mallee Scrub site is a natural bush setting with established trees set next to areas under revegetation. A typically quiet spot with only the sounds of nature to enjoy at most times. Sites include the option to choose a sweeping view. All campers must be self-contained and leave no trace. Or check out the Retro Caravan overlooking farmland! The 1980's onsite caravan with annex, with a campfire area with sweeping views over native vegetation, cropping land down to Lake Alexandrinia in the distance. Offering privacy and security. Or choose the clean and cosy Retro Camper. This 1980's Camper offers affordable accommodation for those wanting to experience an alternative style. Relocatable on the property with sweeping views near the house site or a quiet spot amongst the gum trees. You choose. Campfires are negotiable.
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