The heart of the Limestone Coast is an easy four-hour drive south-east of Adelaide. This picturesque region is home of two of South Australia's premier attractions; the underground wonders of World Heritage-listed Naracoorte caves, renowned for its ancient fossils of Australian megafauna; and the wild coastal scenery of the Coorong, an internationally significant wetland attracting prolific migratory waders and waterbirds.

Parks on the Limestone Coast with camping facilities

  • Beachport Conservation Park - (08) 8735 6053
  • Bool Lagoon Game Reserve & Hacks Lagoon Conservation Park - (08) 8762 3412
  • Canunda National Park - (08) 8735 6053
  • Coorong National Park - (08) 8575 1200
  • Little Dip Conservation Park - (08) 8768 2543
  • Naracoorte Caves National Park - (08) 8762 2340
  • Piccaninnie Ponds Conservation Park - (08) 8735 1177

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Parks to visit

  • Dingley Dell Conservation Park
  • Ewens Ponds Conservation Park
  • Padthaway Conservation Park
  • Penambol Conservation Park
  • Penola Conservation Park
  • Poocher Swamp Game Reserve
  • Tantanoola Caves Conservation Park
  • Telford Scrub Conservation Park

View the Limestone Coast Visitor Guide


Caravan and Camping Grounds on the Limestone Coast

Further information about each caravan park located on the Limestone Coast can be found in our SA Parks database:

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