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Adelaide Caravan Park sits just 4km from the heart of Adelaide CBD. Place yourself in the middle of the action, with easy access to the best attractions in Adelaide including the Adelaide Zoo, Central Market and the Botanic Garden.

There are numerous accommodation options available to suite your needs including cabins, villas and powered sites.

Park facilities include: BBQ’s, Camp Kitchen, Swimming Pool, guest laundry and playground next door. Public transport is walking distance from the park.

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Drive From Adelaide: 8min/4km.
Take the A21, heading towards the City Ring Rte, for around 2km. This will lead you straight to Richmond St where your Adelaide accommodation awaits.

Stops along the way:

  • St Francis Xavier Cathedral


From Adelaide Airport (ADL): 25min/10.9km.

The airport is located just 10km’s from Adelaide Caravan Park and 2km from Adelaide’s CBD. Adelaide airport has a host of car rental companies, such as Budget, Hertz, Avis, Europcar and Thrifty. Designated taxi rank is located at the left of the pedestrian plaza outside the terminal, ready to take you to the Adelaide Caravan Park.


Refer Provider Timetables

Adelaide Metro offers an express double decker bus service called JetExpress between the airport and the city.
Adelaide Metro also offers a network of public transit services across metropolitan Adelaide. There is a bus stop conveniently located just 300m from Adelaide Caravan Park.


From Adelaide Airport (ADL): 25min.

From Adelaide: 11min.

Taxis are readily available from designated taxi stands at Adelaide Airport, and throughout the Adelaide CBD. There are several taxi operators in Adelaide, we suggest Suburban Taxis 08 84006298.



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Spa Cabin

The Spa Cabin has a king size bed, with a lounge and dining area, ensuite with corner Spa bath and kitchen.
Sleeps 2

  • One king bed
  • All linen supplied
  • 2 TVs and DVD players
  • Microwave convection oven
  • Full sized fridge
  • Air-con and heating
  • Verandah

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The Villa has two bedrooms with a lounge and dining area, bathroom and kitchen.
Sleeps 4 or 6

  • One king bed
  • Two single bunk beds
  • All linen supplied
  • TV and DVD player
  • Microwave
  • Full sized fridge
  • Air-con and heating
  • Verandah

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Standard Cabin

The Standard Cabin has a queen bed and two long single beds, with a dining area, ensuite and a full kitchen.
Sleeps 4

  • One queen bed
  • Two long single beds
  • All linen supplied
  • TV and DVD player
  • Microwave
  • Cook top
  • Two-door fridge
  • Air-con and heating

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Value Cabin

The Value Cabin is open plan with a lounge and dining area, ensuite and kitchen.
Sleeps 6

  • One queen bed
  • Two sets of bunk beds
  • All linen supplied
  • TV and DVD player
  • Microwave convection oven
  • Bar fridge
  • Air-con and heating

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Powered Site Gravel

The Powered Paved Sites are paved with easy access to power and water.

You must have your own tent.

Some sites can accommodate units up to 9 metres (contact park for more details). Tents are welcome but will need a strong peg.

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  • Barbeque
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Dump Point
  • Guest Laundry
  • Public Telephone
  • Sullage
  • Toilet Blocks
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wi-Fi
  • Local Tourist Information Available
  • Pets Not Catered For
  • Public Transport Nearby

Adelaide Zoo (1km)

Also known as the Australian Panda home, as it’s the only place in Australia that has the Giant Panda. The best part about this zoo, like much of Adelaide’s attractions, is that it sits just on the outskirts of the city. With African lions, American alligators, Chilean flamingos and some other pretty stunning creatures, the Adelaide Zoo holds a great day of education and entertainment for all ages.

Adelaide Oval and Botanic Garden (2.4km)

Although Adelaide Oval and the Adelaide Botanic Garden are in separate locations, it is important to nod to both as wonderful riverside venues. The Adelaide Oval is home to the many football and cricket legends, some immortalised in bronze. See the Bradman Collection or a game while you’re visiting this iconic location. On the other side of the river sits the Adelaide Botanic Gardens. Serene and maze-like, the gardens will ground you and help you to appreciate the wonderful city of Adelaide.

Hahndorf (27km)

No matter your age, you are going to love the Hahndorf, the German town plopped right on Aussie soil. Hahndorf is commonly overlooked in favour of the Barossa Valley, but it has a few things going for it. It’s closer to your accommodation at the Adelaide Caravan Park for one. Hahndorf has its own wineries, strawberry farms and pubs for some great food. And lastly, it’s not far from the city – but it feels like it the middle of Australia. Talk about a getaway.

Adelaide Central Market (5km)

The Adelaide Central Market has been running for at least 140 years. Known to locals as the best location to buy fresh produce, the Adelaide Central Markets is open Tuesday to Saturday and offers more than just delicious food. Drop past the Adelaide Central Market for some coffee and baked goods, a book or two and the most amazing flowers you’ve ever laid your eyes on.

Clipsal 500 Adelaide V8 Supercar Race (seasonal)

This four-day racing carnival is a must if you happen to be in Adelaide during March. Taking place each year, the Clipsal 500 is a roaring racing event with bands and DJs, BMX stunts, speedboats, demonstrations and heaps more to offer families and friends alike. Get hold of tickets early to avoid missing out.

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