Dramatic coastal bluffs, sweeping vistas and the start of the Heysen Trail. Located an hour's drive south of Adelaide, the Fleurieu Peninsula is a relaxing seaside retreat enjoyed by adventure seekers and nature lovers. Beautiful beaches, stunning clifftop walks and high-energy surf offer a range of year-round activities, from fishing, surfing and bushwalking to camping and winter whale watching.

Parks on the Fleurieu Peninsula with camping facilities

  • Cox Scrub Conservation Park - (08) 8552 3677
  • Deep Creek Conservation Park - (08) 8598 4169
  • Newland Head Conservation Park - (08) 8552 3677

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Parks to visit

  • Aldinga Scrub Conservation Park
  • Granite Island Recreation Park
  • Talisker Conservation Park

View the Fleurieu Peninsula Visitor Guide

Caravan and Camping Grounds on the Fleurieu Peninsula

Further information about each caravan park located ont the Fleurieu Peninsula can be found in our SA Parks database:

View Fleurieu Peninsula Parks