Not to mention the incredible coastline of beaches and higher-elevation attractions found in the Adelaide Hills, a mere 20 kilometres away. A wide choice of scenic caravan and camping options - beachfront, summit, valleys and waterfalls - staying at a national park offers fantastic camping, fishing, walking and 4WD adventures.
Adelaide is a city where old meets new - it's a contrast of ultra-modern and traditional. It is known as the Festival City, celebrated for its fine culture, arts community and exquisite cuisine.
The unique architectural skyline contrasts beautifully with manicured parklands and botanic gardens, enhancing its cosmopolitan feel. Foodies flock to Adelaide's trendy precincts well into the early hours to enjoy its world-famous wines and delicacies harvested and distilled in neighbouring regions. Situated close to breathtaking limestone coastline, Adelaide also offers visitors a chance to enjoy its local beaches.
Within a moment's drive southeast of the Central Business District (CBD), you'll reach the leafy suburbs of the Adelaide Hills. Historic towns, charming markets, wineries, restaurants, ruins, waterfalls and pristine wetlands hold broad appeal, while farmers unveil secrets to their gourmet delights.
If you're looking for suggestions on where to go or what to see and do in Adelaide and the Adelaide Hills, below are a few suggestions you'll definitely want to explore:
You'll never run out of exciting nature walks to explore throughout the region—there's something for all experience levels. Here are three of our favourites:
For more Walking trails in the greater Adelaide region, click here to visit Walking SA's website.
With almost 20 caravan parks throughout the Eyre Peninsula, you’re sure to find your perfect haven away from home. We love the Kuitpo and Mt. Crawford forests and campgrounds, The Woodhouse Activity Centre and campground, and the Para Wirra Conservation Park, which also has campgrounds.
Caravan parks offer a range of facilities, sites and cabin accommodation from budget to luxury... camp kitchens with shiny stainless steel appliances to barbecue areas, kids’ playgrounds, equipment hire, games rooms, fish cleaning stations and much more. Many parks cater for motorhomes and recreational vehicles with dump points available throughout the region.
There are many prime spots to camp on Eyre Peninsula, but you’ll want to check first to see what permits (if any) are needed, and if transferable between parks.
There are numerous conservation parks throughout Adelaide and Adelaide Hills, which are a haven for koalas, echidnas and colourful rosellas, as well as heritage-listed treasures, such as the Old Government House. View a full list of parks here.
Enjoy a night or two on us at Hahndorf Resort caravan and camping parks! Make the perfect winter escape to the stunning Adelaide Hills! Pull up your caravan or pitch your tent and cosy up to breathtaking panoramic views over the Mount Lofty Ranges.
When you book a stay for 4 nights, you'll pay for only 3, or stay 7 nights and pay for only 5!
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