With endless coastlines, spectacular marine life, fascinating towns and beautiful countryside, the Eyre Peninsula is one of South Australia’s best holiday destinations. Although hotels and Airbnbs are great, there’s no better way to experience the area than staying in one of the excellent caravan parks Eyre Peninsula – and thankfully, it’s home to some of Australia’s best. So, read on and discover the best Eyre Peninsula caravan parks, starting on the east coast working around to the west coast.
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Whyalla Caravan Parks
Located in the north-east, the industrial town of Whyalla is a key gateway into the Eyre Peninsula. It’s home to the famous giant cuttlefish spawning events, and there are several top-notch caravan parks Whyalla.
Discovery Parks – Whyalla Foreshore
One of the best places to stay in Whyalla is at Discovery Parks – Whyalla Foreshore, which is located right on the waterfront in the centre of town. There’s direct beach access from the park itself, while the shops and restaurants of Whyalla are just a short trip away. For accommodation options, there are plenty of choices with large and small cabins available, with a mixture of budget and luxury styles, plus of course there’s plenty of powered and unpowered campsites. You’ll also find plenty of facilities at Whyalla Foreshore caravan park, including a playground and jumping pillow for the kids, mini golf course, free Wi-Fi, and kayak/SUP hire.
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Whyalla Caravan Park
Elsewhere in town, another great place to stay is Whyalla Caravan Park. It’s located in a quiet corner of town, but still conveniently close to shops, the waterfront, and other attractions. There’s plenty of facilities here including a well-equipped kitchen, BBQ area, plus fish cleaning and boat parking areas for keen anglers. And of course, there’s a great range of accommodation choices, with cabins, cottages, and units to suit a variety of tastes and budgets, plus drive-thru and powered camp sites too.
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Cowell Caravan Parks
A bit further down the east coast of Eyre Peninsula is the little town of Cowell, long a favourite getaway for holidaymakers. There’s plenty of excellent caravan parks to choose from, both in Cowell and in the other small villages further down the peninsula.
Cowell Foreshore Caravan Parks
Cowell Foreshore Caravan Park is located right on the waterfront in Cowell, directly opposite the mangrove boardwalk and the historic Franklin Harbour Hotel. It’s an extremely handy location, with easy access to the jetty, shops, and much more. There’s a variety of accommodation styles and choices here, with a range of cabins (all with air conditioning!), powered and unpowered campsites. Park facilities include free Wi-Fi, a fully equipped camp kitchen, and a laundry as well.
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Harbour View Caravan Park
Located across the harbour, just a few minutes’ drive from Cowell, you’ll find Harbour View Caravan Park – another of the excellent Cowell caravan parks. It’s a very quiet and peaceful location, with direct boat access to the harbour, plenty of nearby walking trails, and still only a few minutes’ drive to the centre of town. On site you’ll find a swimming pool and a fully equipped camp kitchen, including several BBQs, while for accommodation options there’s a range of different size cabins, powered sites, and unpowered sites too.
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Arno Bay Caravan Park
Arno Bay Caravan Park is in the beautiful small town of Arno Bay, a peace holiday hamlet about 20 minutes south of Cowell. With a spectacular beachfront location, Arno Bay Caravan Park is the perfect spot for a chilled-out beach getaway. Facilities here include a large and well stocked camp kitchen, kids’ playground, a dog wash, and handy access to the beach, jetty, mangrove boardwalk, and boat ramp. For accommodation, there’s a selection of powered and unpowered campsites, plus a range of budget and deluxe cabin accommodation, suitable for a variety of group sizes.
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Port Neill Caravan Park
A little further south again is Port Neill Caravan Park, situated in the serene fishing village of Port Neill. It’s in a great location, with easy access to the town, the jetty, the beach, and of course, the boat ramp. This well-equipped park includes a camp kitchen, free BBQs, a laundry, fish cleaning station, and a kiosk that’s open 7 days for any last-minute items you might need. And of course, there’s a great range of accommodation choices including cabins, villas, powered and unpowered campsites.
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Tumby Bay Caravan Park
The last of our caravan parks heading south along the eastern Eyre Peninsula is Tumby Bay Caravan Park, located in the beautiful coastal hamlet of Tumby Bay. It sits right on the foreshore, with great water views and handy access to everything in town, including the fascinating street art trail! The park includes a playground, kitchen, BBQ area and a laundry, while the accommodation options include small and family size cabins, powered, and unpowered campsites.
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Port Lincoln Caravan Parks
The bustling town of Port Lincoln is at the southern tip of Eyre Peninsula, and one of the area’s most important hubs. As you’d expect from a larger town, there’s several great caravan parks Port Lincoln to choose from.
Port Lincoln Caravan Park
Another of the caravan parks in Port Lincoln is the Port Lincoln Caravan Park, located just off the highway slightly north of town in North Shields. It’s in a great spot on the waterfront, and features a kids’ playground, beach and boat ramp access, a well-equipped camp kitchen, and a fish cleaning area too. Accommodation choices here cover a range of cabin sizes (from couples to families), while there’s also plenty of grassy powered and unpowered campsites.
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Port Lincoln Tourist Park
Another great Port Lincoln accommodation choice is the Port Lincoln Tourist Park, situated on a hill overlooking the ocean. There are excellent water views here, spectacular sunrises, along with handy access to shops and the nearby coastal walk. You’ll also find plenty of useful facilities, including a kids’ playground, private boat ramp, free Wi-Fi, camp kitchen, and fish cleaning facilities. The accommodation selection includes powered and unpowered campsites, cabins, townhouses, and apartments.
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Port Lincoln Cabin Park
Right in the centre of town is Port Lincoln Cabin Park. It’s in a super handy location, very close to cafes, shops, and the waterfront, and has plenty of amenities like a playground, free Wi-Fi, and a BBQ area. There’s a big variety of cabins to choose from here, including smaller villas for couples, larger cabins for families, and even some with a spa!
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Coffin Bay Caravan Park
Just across the peninsula from Port Lincoln is the cute little fishing village of Coffin Bay, famous for its oyster farms. The best place to stay in town is Coffin Bay Caravan Park, which comes fully equipped with free Wi-Fi, an adventure playground, waterfront location, and a generous camp kitchen. There are multiple levels of accommodation on offer, including executive villas, ensuite cabins, standard cabins, plus powered and unpowered campsites.
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Elliston Caravan Parks
Elliston is located about halfway along the western coast of the Eyre Peninsula, and one of the area’s major settlements. It’s a quiet, relaxed place, and is home to some excellent caravan parks.
Elliston Caravan Park
Located on the waterfront at Elliston, and with quick access to the historic jetty, endless nearby beaches, plus a short stroll into town, Elliston Caravan Park is a great spot for a relaxing beachside getaway. You can stay in one of the many cabins and holiday units available, or on one of the powered or unpowered campsites. There’s plenty of facilities available too, with a swimming pool, playground, jumping pillow, free Wi-Fi, and the largest tackle shop in Elliston!
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Waterloo Bay Tourist Park
Across the bay from Elliston is Waterloo Bay Tourist Park, right in the heart of town. It’s super convenient for the beach, the shops, and more, so with a jumping pillow, playground, free Wi-Fi, and a large fish cleaning area, it’s hard to go wrong! Waterloo Bay Tourist Park offers a range of large and small cabins, from budget to deluxe, plus powered, and unpowered sites too.
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Venus Bay Beachfront Tourist Park
Heading north from Elliston, you’ll eventually reach the tiny fishing outpost of Venus Bay, home to the Venus Bay Beachfront Tourist Park. It’s the perfect spot for a quiet escape from the world, with excellent fishing and beaches on offer. The park itself has everything you need, including a playground, basketball ring, boat hire, fish cleaning facilities, and a large kitchen, while there’s plenty of cabins to choose from – some even have direct beach access! Or if you’d prefer, powered and unpowered campsites are also available.
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Discovery Parks – Streaky Bay
A bit further north again, you’ll reach the popular holiday town of Streaky Bay, famous for its tasty oysters and great beaches. Discovery Parks – Streaky Bay Foreshore is the best caravan park in town, with great features like a playground, jumping pillow, and games room. Streaky Bay Foreshore caravan park located right on the waterfront, just a few minutes from the centre of town, and offers a range of cabins, villas, and units, with powered and unpowered campsites also available.
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Smoky Bay Caravan Park
Finally, at the northern end of the Eyre Peninsula’s western coast is little Smoky Bay. It’s home to some of Australia’s best oysters and is worth a stop! Smoky Bay Caravan Park is the area’s best place to stay, featuring an excellent camp kitchen, laundry, and a wide range of accommodation choices, from large and small cabins, to powered campsites as well.
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Ceduna Caravan Parks
The last stop on any tour of the Eyre Peninsula is at the town of Ceduna, where the outback and forbidding Nullarbor begin. There’s plenty of great Ceduna caravan parks to rest up before commencing the long drive to Western Australia (or just for exploring the area!), so let’s check out the highlights.
Ceduna Foreshore Caravan Park
Ceduna Foreshore Caravan Park is located right in the heart of Ceduna, on the waterfront and just a few minutes’ walk from shops and cafes. Fully modernised and renovated, the park includes a swimming pool, kids’ playground, and free Wi-Fi. There’s plenty of cabin, villa, and unit options for accommodation, plus powered campsites are also available.
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Big4 Ceduna Tourist Park
Also just near the centre of town is the Big4 Ceduna Tourist Park. Just a short walk from all the shops and attractions, the Big4 Ceduna Tourist Park also includes free Wi-Fi, a TV room, fish cleaning facilities, and a fully equipped kitchen. Accommodation choices range from large cabins to smaller villas, powered sites, and ensuite sites as well.
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Ceduna Shelly Beach Caravan Park
Finally, one of the best caravan parks in Ceduna is Ceduna Shelly Beach Caravan Park, located just a few minutes’ drive outside town. The park backs directly onto the sand dunes, with several great walks over the dunes, and immediate beach access available. It’s also packed with nice features like fig trees and grape vines, a games room, TV room, self-service dog wash, free Wi-Fi, and a kids’ playground. There’s a variety of accommodation choices available here, including cabins and cottages, 2- and 3-bedroom luxury spa villas (some located atop the sand dunes with excellent water views), along with powered and unpowered campsites.