The beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula is one of South Australia’s most-loved regions. Boasting great scenery, fantastic wineries, and wonderful coastline, Fleurieu Peninsula is a superb spot to stay for a few days, a week, or even longer. Some of the best Fleurieu Peninsula accommodation can be found in caravan parks, so let’s have a look at the best caravan parks Fleurieu Peninsula.
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Eastern Fleurieu Peninsula Caravan Parks
The eastern side of Fleurieu Peninsula has some of the best caravan parks in Fleurieu Peninsula, particularly in the tourist magnets of Goolwa, Middleton, and Port Elliot.
1. Discovery Parks Goolwa Caravan Park
The best caravan park in Goolwa is Discovery Parks Goolwa Caravan Park. Located just a few hundred metres from the waterfront, and with plenty of shops and nearby cafes, it’s in an extremely handy spot. There’s a wide range of accommodation options, from large and small cabins (including some pet friendly cabins!), to powered and unpowered sites. You’ll also find a wide variety of facilities at this Goolwa holiday park, including a pool, kids’ playground, jumping pillow, BBQs, and free Wi-Fi.
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2. Middleton Caravan Park
Conveniently located about halfway between Goolwa and Port Elliot, Middleton is an attractive little holiday town with great beaches and whale watching. Those looking for a friendly beachfront holiday should consider Middleton Caravan Park. There’s a wide variety of accommodation options, from cabins to powered and unpowered sites, while for the kids there’s a playground, soccer pitch, and cubbyhouse.
Book The Middleton Caravan Park HERE:
3. Big4 Breeze Holiday Park – Port Elliot
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Big4 Breeze Holiday Park is located right on the waterfront at Port Elliot, with direct access to Port Elliot beach, spectacular coastal views, plus nearby walking and cycling trails. Port Elliot Holiday Park has plenty of accommodation choices, with a variety of cottages and cabins (including some pet friendly cabins), plus powered and unpowered sites. There’s also a playground, basketball court, and jumping pillow for the kids, plus a lending library, free Wi-Fi, and pedal-kart hire for easy getting around.
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Victor Harbor Caravan Park
Victor Harbor is one of the most popular places to stay on Fleurieu Peninsula, with its spectacular coastline, cute shops, and perennially popular steam train to Goolwa. As you’d expect, there’s several great Victor Harbor caravan parks.
4. NRMA Victor Harbor Beachfront Holiday Park
One of the best Victor Harbor caravan parks is NRMA Victor Harbor Beachfront Holiday Park, run by the NRMA. It’s located right in the centre of Victor Harbor, just a short walk from the shops, Granite Island, and the famous Cockle Train. On site, you’ll find a mixture of villas, cabins, studios, powered, and unpowered campsites, many of which are pet friendly. And there’s lots of facilities too, including a heated swimming pool with water slide, kids’ playground, jumping pillow, rec room with arcade machines, a water park, and free Wi-Fi too. Plus, there’s kid friendly activities during school holidays!
Book The NRMA Victor Harbor Beachfront Holiday Park HERE:
5. Victor Harbor Holiday & Cabin Park
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Another great Victor Harbor caravan park is the Victor Harbor Holiday & Cabin Park, located right on the riverfront, and with easy access to all of Victor Harbor’s attractions. The park has plenty of great features too, with a heated swimming pool, massive splash park featuring waterslides (and a hurricane tube slide!), mini golf course, skate park, games room, maze, playground, and a jumping pillow. For accommodation, you can choose from a variety of large and small cabins, all with air conditioning, plus there’s a mix of powered and unpowered sites too
Book The Victor Harbor Holiday & Cabin Park HERE:
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Western Fleurieu Peninsula Caravan Parks
Over on the western coast, closer to Adelaide, there’s a great selection of Fleurieu Peninsula caravan parks that are perfect for a family getaway.
6. Moana Beach Tourist Park
Moana Beach Tourist Park (also known as Moana Tourist Park), situated in the town of Moana, is a fantastic spot to stay on the western Fleurieu Peninsula. It’s the ultimate in beachfront camping, adjacent to the sand, and with direct access to Moana Beach via the rear gate. The shops at Seaford are just a few hundred metres away, and it’s conveniently close to some sensational McLaren Vale wineries too. On site, there’s free Wi-Fi, tennis courts, a basketball ring, and brand-new camp kitchen facilities. Accommodation-wise, Moana Beach Tourist Park offers a range of cabins and villas to fit 2-6 people, while there’s lots of powered, unpowered, and drive-thru sites available as well.
Book The Moana Beach Tourist Park HERE:
7. McLaren Vale Lakeside Caravan Park
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The wonderful McLaren Vale is one of Australia’s best wine regions, and if you’re keen to explore the area’s delights then staying at the McLaren Vale Lakeside Caravan Park is an absolute must. It sits just a few hundred metres from town, with convenient access to shops and cafes, while some of the area’s best wineries are just a stone’s throw away. The park features a range of accommodation options, including one- and two-bedroom cabins, powered and unpowered sites, en-suite sites, and big rig capable sites too. McLaren Vale caravan park has a great range of amenities on site, with a swimming pool and spa, kids’ playground, tennis courts, volleyball courts, and a clean modern camp kitchen.
Book The McLaren Vale Lakeside Caravan Park HERE:
8. Big4 Port Willunga Tourist Park
If you’re looking to stay somewhere quieter, Big4 Port Willunga Tourist Park is a great choice. It’s located in a quiet and relaxed corner of Fleurieu Peninsula, at Port Willunga just outside of Aldinga. The park itself is an easy walk to the beach, and includes a pool, playground, jumping pillow, games room, mini golf, tennis court, and even a giant chess board! For accommodation, this Port Willunga caravan park offers a range of cabins for between 2-6 people, powered and unpowered pet friendly sites, ensuite sites, and even a handful of “glamping” tents!
Book The Big4 Port Willunga Tourist Park HERE:
9. Aldinga Beach Holiday Park
Finally, at the southern end of Aldinga Beach is Aldinga Beach Holiday Park, tucked away in a quiet area of bushland just back from the beach itself. It’s a great location, with shops just a few minutes’ drive, direct access to bushwalks, and the beach under a kilometre away. Facilities here include a playground, jumping pillow, swimming pool, basketball and volleyball courts, and a fully equipped kiosk. There’s a range of cabins here, with a variety of sizes and styles, along with the fascinating Yurt Cottages – a self-contained circular building that can sleep up to five adults. And of course, no caravan park would be complete without lots of space for powered and unpowered sites.
Book The Aldinga Beach Holiday Park HERE:
Normanville Caravan Parks
Heading towards the south-western tip of the peninsula you’ll reach Normanville, one of the largest towns on the Fleurieu Peninsula. Famed for its historic buildings, beautiful beaches and impressive jetty, the Normanville area is also home to many great caravan park Fleurieu Peninsula options.
10. Normanville Jetty Caravan Park
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First up is the Normanville Jetty Caravan Park, also known as Jetty Caravan Park. It’s located directly on the waterfront, with the bright white sands just a few metres away, while the town centre is only a few minutes’ walk in the other direction. Facilities-wise, there’s a kids’ playground, free Wi-Fi, a games room, tennis courts, and free bike hire too. For accommodation, you can choose from a range of one- and two-bedroom cabins, budget units, powered and unpowered sites, and ensuite sites too.
Book The Normanville Jetty Caravan Park HERE:
11. Normanville Beachside Caravan Park
Just a little further south is Normanville Beachside Caravan Park, just across the sand dunes from the main Normanville Beach. It’s a great family friendly option, featuring multiple playgrounds (including one that’s just for toddlers), a giant water park with multiple waterslides, and a well-equipped games room to keep the kids entertained. In terms of accommodation, there’s a mix of executive units, deluxe cabins, and powered campsites as well. You’ll find a variety of cabin configurations, such as bunks, second bedrooms, spa baths, and more.
Book The Normanville Beachside Caravan Park HERE:
12. Wirrina Cove Holiday Park
Further south again, is the beautiful village of Wirrina Cove, home to Wirrina Cove Holiday Park. This large and relaxing caravan park is a great choice for a family holiday, with nearby beaches, gorgeous scenery, and of course the McLaren Vale wineries just a short drive away. The holiday park comes fully equipped with tennis courts, a sporting oval, kids’ playground, walking trails, and plenty of cute animals to interact with like goats, horses, kangaroos, and even echidnas. There’s a wide variety of accommodation choices available, with family chalets, powered and unpowered sites, and even a glamping tent!
Book The Wirrina Cove Holiday Park HERE:
13. Second Valley Caravan Park
Just near Wirrina Cove is the sleepy holiday haven of Second Valley, where one of the best places to stay is the Second Valley Caravan Park. It’s located right near Second Valley Beach, and features a playground, kayak hire service, café, and a convenience store as well. For accommodation, Second Valley Caravan Park offers a choice of cabins, units, small houses, powered, and unpowered campsites.
Book The Second Valley Caravan Park HERE:
14. Big4 Cape Jervis Accommodation & Caravan Park
Finally, at the southern tip of the Fleurieu Peninsula, you’ll find the Big4 Cape Jervis Accommodation & Caravan Park. Whether you’re exploring the area or using it as a base for heading to nearby Kangaroo Island, the Big4 Cape Jervis park is an excellent place to stay. Based around an old homestead that dates to the 1840s, the accommodation options include beautiful stone cottages with modern renovations and luxuries, plus a collection of powered and unpowered campsites. The biggest attraction here is peace and quiet, but there’s also the usual caravan park facilities like a laundry, modern amenities, and a generous camp kitchen. Plus, the on-site Pear Tree Bistro is one of Cape Jervis’s best restaurants.