There’s nothing quite like toasting marshmallows around a campfire under a brilliant blanket of stars, then waking the next morning to a chorus of birdlife. Whether you want escape into a secluded campsite, or enjoy the comfort of a well-appointed caravan park, the Murray River, Lakes and Coorong region has numerous options for couples and families. Many sites are close to town with easy access to shops, restaurants and facilities; others are in natural bush settings with river frontage and a full range of activities. Some towns even offer free camping reserves with basic facilities.
Mundoo Island Station is a working cattle and sheep station which allows small groups of campers onto Mundoo and Ewe Islands.
Activities that can be enjoyed are fishing, kayaking, boating and swimming in the Coorong. You can also go bird watching, enjoy coastal walks, cycling and a tour of Mundoo Island Station.
Camper trailers and caravans are welcome. No facilities are provided therefore all campers must be totally self-contained and some camp sites require four wheel drive to access. Entry and camping fees apply.
Boating access in the Coorong is available at some camp sites – launch sites are unmade. Our camp sites only suit those who wish to set up camp and not drive anywhere for the duration, due to access restrictions crossing the barrages on and off Mundoo and Ewe Islands.
Please note that porta pottis are essential as you are not permitted to dig holes for toilet purposes. The sites are in paddocks and therefore the grass during summer is dry and may be prickly under foot. Wind shelters are at four of our camp sites: Grannie’s Hill, Old Stock Fence, Annie’s and All Alone.
A minimum camping fee of AUD100.00 applies due to the access restrictions.Visit website
Come and stay at the Murray Bridge Marina Camping and Caravan Park.
Enjoy the serene riverside location, close to many surrounding attractions. One hour to Adelaide, the South Coast or the Barossa Valley wine region.
We have cabins on land and on the water as well as powered on-suite sites, regular powered sites and non powered campsites.
As an RV friendly town, Murray Bridge welcomes and accommodates the growing RV market by providing RV friendly campgrounds, dump point, fresh waster and ease of access to parking within the CBD and many local services.
The Murray Bridge showgrounds offers self contained Caravans and RV with cost effective and affordable rates for overnight stays
Rates Powered Sites $10 per day Un-powered Sites $5 per day
Terms & Conditions Maximum length of stay is 1 week Please note that all vehicles must be self contained (shower & toilet) Please maintain a distance of at least 3 meters between vehicles Please do not dump any grey or black water on the showgrounds - There is a The dump point and water facility is located on Railway Terrace, Murray Bridge. Please keep your pet on a leash at all times Please clean up after your pet Please keep receipts visible at all times (on the dashboard of your vehicle) Please leave the site in the same condition in which you found it - “leave no Trace”.
Wayne and Kylie and Troy & Mishelle welcome you to the Murray Bridge Tourist Park.
We have cabin accommodation to suit your budget or drive through powered sites. Either way, let us make your stay enjoyable and relaxing
During your stay at the Park, take advantage of the entertainment area for our guests where you sit and sear your steaks on the barbies, relax on the lawn or in the shady patio. We have a camp fire so you can keep cosy and warm during the Winter months. Cook a damper while savouring a fabulous regional beverage, toast your marshmelow with your hot chocolate or just enjoy the mesmorising crackle of the fire.
During those hot summer afternoons, take a cool dip in the pool or just relax under the sails on the lawn with a book and a long cold drink.Visit website
The campsite is situated by the Narrung Ferry, and features beautiful views of Point Malcolm Lighthouse. It offers vehicles up to 72 hours parking, with access to bins, toilets, water and covered seating. Pets are permitted on leads and potable water is available in Narrung.
The Narrung Ferry takes only a couple of minutes to cross between Point Malcolm Lighthouse and the Narrung Lakeside Reserve, offering vehicles the opportunity to explore Australia’s only inland lighthouse at Point Malcolm and drive past the back of the historic Poltalloch Station, offering group tours on request, or head west towards Raukkan, home of the church on the Australian $50 note.
Pinnaroo Cabins are an accommodation facility aimed at the budget conscious traveller or worker. Choose from a cabin with one queen size bed or a cabin with two single beds.
Located between the BP On the Run and Mogas Roadhouses, the cabins are easily accessed from the Mallee, but are situated back from the road, away from the traffic noise.
Pinnaroo Cabins provide the ideal accommodation for four-wheel drivers, motorcyclists, hikers and bird watching enthusiasts visiting Billiatt, Peebinga, Karte, Ngarkat, Scorpion Springs, and Big Desert Parks or travelling the Border Track.
With 24-hour check in, exhausted travellers can get a bed and shower at any time. We are only a short walk to the town centre and off road parking is available for cars, trucks, trailers and buses.
Enquire about our special rate for stays of four nights or more.
Please note that unless otherwise stated, Pinnaroo Cabins has an AUD25.00 non-refundable deposit taken upon booking. This will be deducted from the cost of the cabin upon arrival. Should the accommodation be cancelled under 48 hours of anticipated arrival full charge will apply.Visit website
Watch the Supercars and camp at The Bend Motorsport Park for this August's OTR SuperSprint!
The Bend Motorsport Park's trackside camping is close to some of the best viewing points on offer.
Powered and unpowered sites available.
Don't miss the inaugural Supercars event at The Bend Motorsport Park, the OTR SuperSprint!Visit website
Mount Boothby Conservation Park includes the 129 metre high Tolmer Rocks and is the highest outcrop of granite overlain with limestone within the park.
Tolmer Rocks is located just off Homestead Road and is a similar rock formation to Boothby Rocks. The site takes its name after Police Inspector Tolmer, who pioneered a track from Adelaide to the Mount Alexander goldfields in Victoria and by 1852 Government wells and direction boards were erected along this route. The wells at the Homestead and Reedy Wells were regular watering points for Tolmer's Escort team.
The limestone and sandy ridges are covered in Mallee with a heath understorey. The vegetation consists of dwarf oaks, tea trees, yaccas and desert banksias, all of which grow in the sand flats. The park produces beautiful wild orchids in the spring. Mallee fowl breed here, and the western grey kangaroo and echidnas are common.
Tolmer Rocks is a popular picnic and camping area.
Westbrook Park is situated on the banks of the mighty Murray River.
They offer self contained accommodation as well as lawn powered or unpowered caravan and tent sites which are so close to the river's edge you can cast your fishing line from your site into the river! Rivergums and Willow trees provide shade to relax under. Guests are able to have camp fires during the fire burning season, however they must provide their own fire bucket and fire wood.
There are self contained A-frame cabins available for those looking for a little extra comfort.
This tranquil park offers pleasant views and magnificent sunsets, all overlooking the river. Enjoy the peace and tranquillity of Westbrook Park, five kilometres from Tailem Bend and under an hour's drive from Adelaide. The park is located just off the main Adelaide Highway.
A great place to get away from it all and just relax and enjoy.