If you are heading to South Australia, to live or travel, this page is set up by migrants to give you some ideas of where to camp, holiday, or even visit for free.
From Coober Pedy to Adelaide, and all of the amazing places in between, South Australia is renowned for its vast landscapes, stunning beaches and friendly people.
The South Australian Government has a Park Stay Locator. This will show you all of the available parks in SA along with the amenities at each park. To view the locator click the image in the Blue Box.
If you have found a gem of a spot to holiday, please fill out he below form so other migrants can enjoy what SA has to offer.
Road Trip Locations
Lincoln National Park with Seraphina
Point Brown with Seraphina
Venus Bay with Seraphina
Yorke Peninsula with Katie
More Yorke Peninsula with Katie
Carpenter Rocks with Jacqui
Second Valley with Lisa
Beautiful Kangeroo Island with Sophia
Victor Harbour with Katherine
Barossa Valley with Charlotte
Flinders Ranges with Andrew
Coober Pedy is known for its opal mines but for some reason no one talks about the cave accommodation! If you want a holiday with a twist this is the place. The accommodation is built in old mines or the side of a cliff face. It is nice and cool inside and you cant begin to understand how they where created.
”My favourite summer spot is Second Valley. Its surrounded by beaches so make sure you pack a stand up paddle board and your snorkel. Its the perfect location for the weekend.Tullie
Boiling Down Beach with Seraphina
Carrow Wells with Seraphina
Lake Eyre is the perfect place to camp. The sunsets are amazing and the scenery is incredible. Well worth the discomfort our terrible blow up mattress!