You don’t need to worry about hotels or even hostels when you have your own camper trailers at your disposal! Ditch conventional accommodation in favour of communing with nature when you bring your camper trailers to these picture-perfect spots in South Australia. There’s so much to enjoy – views, quiet, and nature itself. Camper trailers bring the comforts of home to the great outdoors so you can enjoy a strong connection with nature while still feeling 100% comfortable. It really is the best of both worlds. This article outlines four greatSouth Australian destinations that you can easily visit in your camper trailer.
Perlubie Bay Campground, Eyre Peninsula
There are endless pristine spots to camp at Perlubie Bay Campground. It conjures up long sandy stretches, with the sounds of waves crashing at your doorstep. This spot is known for its beachfront camping, and if you have a boat, that’s no bother, as you can launch it right off the beach. The sunsets are really special here at Perlubie Bay, with the sky, sea and sun seeing to meld together in a most attractive way. Perlubie Bay is a quiet area, situated 20 minutes north of Streaky Bay on the Eyre Peninsula. Barbecue fresh snapper or crab straight from the beach while you’re staying here with your offroadcamper trailers.
Wilpena Pound Campground, Flinders Ranges
There’s a natural amphitheatre at Wilpena Pound that has a ridge you can climb to witness magnificent sun rises and sun sets over the pound. You can also get a bird’s eye view with scenic flights available across the idyllic landscape thanks to the resort nearby. Facilities include both powered and unpowered campsites, so you can take your pick when travelling with camper trailers. The resort also allows you to wind down with a relaxing drink or two and a meal in amiable surroundings. You can find Wilpena Pound in the Flinders Ranges, 5 hours away from Adelaide.
Cable Bay Campground, Innes National Park, Yorke Peninsula
Innes national park is a magical place to travel with camper trailers. Right on the tip of the Yorke Peninsula, there are jaw-dropping beaches on all sides, great surf, and intense cliffs. If it’s your inclination, you can walk around exploring for hours without running into a soul. Park your camper trailers at Cable Bay Campground and prepare to catch the sunrise over Southern Spencer Gulf Marine Park. Some of Australia’s best surfing is to be found in these areas, so make sure you bring your board! You can find Innes National Park 3.25 hours out of Adelaide.
Ocean Beach, Coorong National Park
Ocean Beach is an area that is only accessible to camper trailers and 4WDs. In the national park, there are 12 campgrounds and 63 camping sites, so there’s plenty of choice on offer. The campsites straddle the waterway and the beautiful protective dunes that meet the Great Southern Ocean. Beach campsites at this location are particularly desirable for the sounds of the waves and the opportunity for night stargazing. Coorong National Park is 1.25 hours out of Adelaide.