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Hahndorf Resort Tourist Park
A first-class, newly-renovated park spotted in the heart of the majestic, produce-rich Adelaide Hills region. Meet some of the local winemakers, pick your own fruit and enjoy a local craft beer or cider on the open surroundings of the park and enjoy the beautiful views over the Adelaide Hills. The kids can be entertained with mini-golf, giant chess, a swimming pool, and a shaded jumping cushion.
Camper tip: Stay an extra night – don't underestimate the widespread appeal of the region.
BIG4 Renmark Riverfront Holiday Park
An inviting park set on 22 acres of pretty landscaped grounds, well-positioned on the banks of the famous Murray River. Water lovers can go swimming, boating and finishing at the Park. Otherwise, just sit back and enjoy the 1km of river frontage.
Camper tip: Reserve a riverfront site.
BIG4 Hawker Flinders Ranges Holiday Park
A superb base for exploring the natural wonders of Flinders Ranges National Park, led by extraordinary Wilpena Pound. The region offers a lot of unique nature experiences and attractions from natural rock formations to quirky towns. The cabins are spacious and customer service is excellent.
Camper tip: Dedicate plenty of time to immersing yourself in the exceptional beauty of the region. And keep an eye out for Rock Wallabies!
Port Elliot Holiday Park
A popular park that overlooks the family-favourite waters of Horseshoe Bay in the prized Fleurieu Peninsula region. The Park is surrounded by a network of walking trails, the Encounter Coast bike path, Basham Beach Regional Park and a huge adventure playground and jumping pillow will keep the kids occupied for a long time.
Camper tip: Snap up a beachfront site.
Coffin Bay Caravan Park
Coffin Bay Caravan Park is located on the Esplanade, only a stone’s throw from the water’s edge. 130 sites are spread over 12 hectares – most of the powered sites have a lawn and many have large shady trees to relax under after a day full of exploring. And the recently upgraded free BBQ area is the ideal spot to cook a delicious meal with the family or friends.
Camper tip: Surrounded by National and Conservation Parks with an abundance of wildlife, Coffin Bay is a beautiful and idyllic holiday destination including birdlife, magnificent wildflowers along some of South Australia's most pristine coastline.