We’ve researched the best and most interesting places for you to check out on your next jaunt through South Australia. From hidden caves, to bush campsites, through to glamour camping if thats your thing – Let us know what you think, and if you’ve been to any before!
Innes National Park.
A stunning area of South Australia, Innes National Park combines the beauty of rugged coastlines, perfect sheltered fishing spots, excellent surfing beaches and some historical landmarks – such as the Ethel Shipwreck. You’ll be spoilt for choice when deciding how to fill your time here, with a great variety of camping ground scattered around the park to chose from.
It is also known for having an average high of 24 degrees in January, so it’s a great spot to enjoy some cool, pleasant adventuring weather!
There are many walking and hiking tracks, for all abilities, from 30 minutes to 4 hours.
Tip: Don’t forget to check out the famous Blue Pool rockpool!
The Blue Pool (image courtesy of Emma Smith), via the government SA website.
image via southaustralia.com.au
@achtungcamper supplied image
2. Wilpema Pound, Flinders Ranges.
The Wilpema Pound is a natural wonder, an amphitheatre created by millions of years of erosion.
This area has many unpowered, powered and bush sites and also has a selection of luxury safari tents.
Climbing the ridge to see the sunset or sunrise will be an experience like no other, and exploring the Flinders Range in general will be an incredible experience – from following the Aboriginal Dreamtime Track to taking a flight over for an aerial view.
image via southasutralia.com.au
@achtungcamper supplied picture.
3. Talia Caves, Eyre Peninsula
For those of us who are fully equipped in our campers and ready to go off the beaten track, the Talia Caves need to be seen to be believed.
The sandstones cliffs have been eroded into caves and caverns, and the beaches are wild and empty. There is no powered sites or toilets, but room for 20 bush camps, and it’s a great place to test your fishing talent to catch dinner.