Adelaide has the holiday experience you're after
Adelaide’s sporting mecca has recently been upgraded. If you’re in town to attend a rock concert, the cricket, AFL or soccer event, the Adelaide Caravan Park is a 30-minute walk to the stadium.
Close to Adelaide CBD
The caravan park’s proximity to Adelaide city centre, business district and its cosmopolitan cafes make it the perfect place to stay when visiting South Australia’s capital.
Rundle Mall Shopping
Rundle Mall offers the largest selection of shopping facilities in Adelaide. The Mall has four department stores, 15 arcades and more than 700 retail shops. There’s easy access from the Caravan Park by foot, car or public transport.
A visit to the zoo is always fun! There are more than 2,500 animals, exotic and native mammals, birds and reptiles. Giant pandas Wang Wang and Funi are big attractions. Best of all, the zoo is only a 15-minute walk from the Adelaide Caravan Park.
Adelaide Botanic Gardens
Explore the tropical rainforest in the Bicentennial Conservatory, Palm House, Amazon Waterlily Pavilion, Botany Museum and beautiful, diverse plants from around the world. The wisteria arch is spectacular in spring.
Proximity to Adelaide Hospitals
The Adelaide Caravan Park is ideally situated for those visiting the Royal Adelaide, Women’s and Children’s, and Calvary Wakefield Hospitals. You can either take a short walk into the city or take a bus from Hackney Road.
Adelaide Entertainment Centre
The Entertainment Centre is Adelaide’s main auditorium for shows and music concerts. From our caravan park, it’s a short walk through the Parklands to North Terrace where you can catch the free tram to the venue.
The Adelaide Casino on North Terrace is one of South Australia’s premier entertainment destinations. Open 24 hours, it offers gaming, bars, restaurants and nightclubs.
Adelaide Festival Centre
Home to the Arts in Adelaide, the Festival Centre is in King William Street and is easily accessible from the caravan park. It’s a short journey by car or bus, or a stroll through the Adelaide Parklands.
Adelaide Convention Centre
If you’re in Adelaide to attend one of the conferences, exhibitions or functions that are held at the Convention Centre, it’s only a short walk through the Parklands from the Adelaide Caravan Park.
Library of South Australia
Located on North Terrace, Adelaide’s iconic library is home to the Bradman Collection. It’s the largest public reference library in the state, with many unique heritage collections. The library is a popular destination for students and researchers.
A short walk from the Adelaide Caravan Park, the River Torrens is a popular destination for visitors. Many events are held there throughout the year. On other days, you can hire pedalos or take the Popeye River Cruise.
Glenelg is South Australia’s most popular seaside resort; it has a beautiful beach, restaurants and the Beachouse entertainment complex for children. Catch the tram from Adelaide to the bay.
Barossa Valley Wine Region
The Barossa is one of South Australia’s major wine-producing regions and tourist destinations. It’s located 60km north of Adelaide and is home to some of Australia’s most iconic wine brands.
Cleland Wildlife Park
Cleland Wildlife Park has been a major tourist attraction in South Australia since the late 1960s. Visitors can interact with Australian wildlife safely and sustainably. It’s a 20-minute drive from Adelaide.
National Motor Museum at Birdwood
Discover Australia’s motoring heritage at the National Motor Museum, Birdwood. Take a journey back in time, look at present-day motoring trends, and glimpse into the future. The museum is a 60-minute drive from the centre of Adelaide.
Mt Lofty & The Adelaide Hills
Escape to the Adelaide Hills for the perfect day trip. Enjoy fabulous wines, beautiful scenery and top-quality restaurants. Take in the view from Mount Lofty Lookout, or spend the afternoon picking strawberries. A 30-minute drive from Adelaide.
From whale watching in winter months, to wineries and beautiful beaches in summer; the Fleurieu is well worth the hour’s drive from Adelaide. Take the horse-drawn tram across to Granite Island to see seals and fairy penguins, or hit the surf breaks.
The Whispering Wall at Williamstown
The whispering wall, built between 1899 and 1903, is the retaining wall of the Barossa Reservoir. It’s the wall’s unique acoustic effects that attract visitors; words whispered at one side can be heard at the other, more than 100 metres away!