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Campervan Rental & Caravan Hire South Australia

Campervan hire in South Australia

Often considered Australia’s forgotten state, South Australia is an excellent place to explore a huge variety of landscapes via campervan. You’re likely to start in and around Adelaide, an increasingly popular tourist destination, not least for its food, easy navigation, and excellent wines, but don’t stop there! Continue on to Kangaroo Island, or head out into Barossa Valley, South Australia’s oldest wine region. From Barossa Valley, head southeast to the incredible volcanic landscape around Mt. Gambier to hike or bike through the Crater lakes, or take a road trip along the Murray River toward Renmark. Bring your home with you and stop at will to explore the Murray River’s numerous offerings, such as hiking and canoe trails and Australia’s largest open-range zoo in Monarto! Adventurers and nature lovers will absolutely want to head inland, however, to some of the most rugged and wild regions of Australia. Less than 300 km north of Adelaide, Flinders Ranges National Park is a remote area with views to match the Australia’s Red Centre. Get acquainted with the area at the Wadlata Outback Centre, then head to Hawker, a town featuring masses of wildlife and a breathtaking landscape.

Campervan hire near Port Augusta

Port Augusta will be best known to travellers of Australia as the southern end of the Stuart Highway, which intersects Australia’s Red Centre to link northernmost city Darwin to the waters of the Great Australian Bight in the south. Given its seat at the base of Stuart Highway, Port Augusta is an excellent stopover on your journey north, whether you plan to trek all the way to Darwin or to explore the incredible desert landscape of South Australia. While many use Port Augusta as merely a pit stop, it is certainly worth a number of days’ exploration! Prepare yourself mentally for your journey north at the Wadlata Outback Centre, where you can also grab a slice of quandong cheesecake, and don’t miss out on the RED Cliff Walk and Matthews Flinders Lookout. Discovery Parks is a fairly central and well-liked holiday park just across the inlet to the west of Port Augusta, and a great spot from which to base your explorations of the area and prepare for your journey into the desert. For travellers headed from or to Adelaide, the Spear Creek Caravan Park is a beloved park in the foothills of Flinders Range located about 25 km southeast of Port Augusta. About 340 km north of Port Augusta, Coober Pedy is a fascinating outpost for understanding the history of gem mining and aboriginal culture in South Australia. Opal enthusiasts, history buffs, and dinosaur lovers alike will want to explore the museums and centres of this colourful desert town, and the drive from Port Augusta to Coober Pedy is definitely one to be experienced – an adventure from the rugged South Australian coast to its fascinating desert inlands. For travellers who want to experience the outback but intend to spend most of their time in southern South Australia, the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park is just 170 km north of Port Augusta. Featuring some of the most breathtaking scenery of South Australia, as well as offering visitors glimpses into Adnyamathanha culture, as well as the wildlife and arid plant-life of the region, the Flinders Ranges are not to be ignored!

Campervan hire near Adelaide and Kangaroo Island

Adelaide itself offers campers an enormous range of activities, from exploring the historic and well-planned city centre, taking advantage of the region’s sumptuous offerings of wine at over two hundred wine cellars, or getting up close and personal with koalas, kangaroos, emus, and wallabies at Cleland Conservation Park or Gorge Wildlife Park. For travellers who want to make the most of their visit to the city, the Marion Holiday Caravan Park is an excellent central option. Campers who want to experience wildlife in their original habitat, however, should definitely stop over at the Western KI Caravan Park and Wildlife Reserve on nearby Kangaroo Island! Accessible via ferry – take your campervan or motorhome with you! – Kangaroo Island is an ideal base for a multitude of activities, not least sand boarding in the little Sahara, getting a good look at the region via Prospect Hill or from under the water on a snorkelling trip, and spending time with Australia’s third largest sea lion colony. Wine connoisseurs and lovers of rolling hills will want to spend more time slightly inland from the city to fully take in the aromas and joys of wine production in South Australia. Stay at the Belair National Park Caravan Park to fully breathe in the culture of Barossa Valley – but rest assured, wildlife and family activities are not far away, whether in the holiday park itself, at Bridgewater Mill, or at Cleland Conservation Park.

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