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Edithburgh is approximately 270km from Adelaide, on sealed roads, and is one of the most popular tourist towns on the Yorke Peninsula due to its history,historic buildings,restauants and cafes, summer

The park boasts absolute sea views, overlooking the Gulf of St Vincent, and from the parks entrance,the stretch right up to the town jetty, and beyond to Port Giles can be seen. The park has beach access on two sides,and is in the perfect location near swimming beaches, boat ramp/break water,crabbing areas and for the bird watching enthusiast.
The Edithburgh Caravan Park has two Spa Cabins and four Deluxe Cabins all with sea views, they offer comfortable accomodation for up to six people. They are fully furnished with full linen supplied. The park also offers 6 smaller ensuite cabins, one modified cabin and 2 park units.
The park has 91 powered sites, most are lawned. The ammenity facilities are clean neat and tidy. The southern ammenities has recently been upgraded. The park has a large camp kitchen surrounded by beautiful grasses areas and two large bbq areas. Dogs are allowed on sites all year round, but not in the cabins and must be kept on a lead at all times.

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What's on at Edithburgh

Blanche Street Community Market

South Australia
13 Dec 2015 to 11 Sep 2016

The Blanche Street Community Market is a fabulous little market, held in the beautiful seaside community of Edithburgh on the Yorke Peninsula.
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Edithburgh Carols by the Sea

South Australia
20 Dec 2015 to 20 Dec 2015

Edithburgh Carols by the Sea is a much loved local event where locals and visitors alike sing in the Christmas season on the beautiful coast at Edithburgh.
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Attractions near Edithburgh Caravan Park

Edithburgh Jetty

Edithburgh Jetty is a diver's paradise, renowned for its spectacular diving and easy access for all levels of experience. Whether snorkelling or scuba diving, you will enjoy swimming through the jetties pylons to observe the wide variety of marine life.
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Investigator Strait Shipwreck Trail

Discover the shipwrecks of the Investigator Strait Shipwreck Trail on the beautiful Yorke Peninsula. The Investigator Strait Shipwreck Trail is the stretch of water which lies between southern Yorke Peninsula and Kangaroo Island. Captain Matthew Flinders named it on 27 March 1802 in honour of his ship HMS Investigator.
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The Bakehouse Arts and Crafts

The Bakehouse Arts and Crafts shop at Edithburgh offers a wide range of local arts and crafts and local produce. There are jams, sauces, pickles, art, cards, pottery, ceramics, woodwork, toys, baby clothes, novelties and so much more.
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Wattle Point Wind Farm

Located near Edithburgh the Wattle Point Wind Farm opened in June 2005. The 55 turbines generate enough electricity to supply 52,000 homes- two per cent of South Australia's electricity.
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Coobowie Bird Hide

The Coobowie estuary is home to a fascinating array of birdlife. Nestled at the edge is a wonderful bird hide to enable you to watch our feathered friends go about their business.
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Edithburgh Golf Club

The Edithburgh Golf Club is a Par 70, nine hole 5,598 metre course and has an Australian Course Rating of 67. Located in Edithburgh on the heel of the Yorke Peninsula this course is picturesque and features sand greens. The course is open from sunrise to sunset. Club hire is available and visitors are welcome.
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Edithburgh Museum

Edithburgh Museum is a community museum of well defined indoor and outdoor displays tracing the social, industrial and agricultural history of the Troubridge agricultural area and the town and port of Edithburgh from early settlement to its decline with major displays on its maritime history (including shipwrecks) and once large salt industry.
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Edithburgh Playground

The Edithburgh community have worked hard for a number of years to provide the Edithburgh Playground for every-one.
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Edithburgh Tidal Pool

The Edithburgh Tidal Pool provides a safe and unique place to swim.
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Historic Clan Ranald Shipwreck Graves

You can find out more about the tragedy of the historic Clan Ranald at the Edithburgh Museum and visit the graves to pay your respects to the lives lost in this unfortunate shipwreck.
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Troubridge Hill Lighthouse

Special wedge shaped clay bricks were custom made to build this unusual lighthouse. It is designed to be resistant to high winds and earthquakes, as in the early 1900's the area experienced numerous earthquakes.
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Troubridge Island Lighthouse

The second lighthouse to be built in South Australia, Troubridge Island lighthouse was completed in 1855 and was the first Australian lighthouse to be built of cast iron. After the ship 'Marion' was wrecked on what is now known as Marion Reef, the Government investigated, building a lighthouse on Troubridge Island.
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Edithburgh Caravan Park
O'Halloran Parade EDITHBURGH
South 35° 5.23 East 137° 44.49

Contact Information

(08) 8852 6056
(08) 8852 6553
Bookings (08) 8852 6056

Park Details

Ensuite Cabin
Non Smoking
Powered Site
Drive-thru Powered Sites
Tent Site
Camp Kitchen
Amenities Block with Invalid Assistant
Children's Playground
Credit Card Facilities
Tourist Information
Boat Ramp
Sewer Dump Point
Internet Access
Wireless Internet Access

Cabins and Charges

2 Persons Off-Peak Peak
Executive Spa Cabin $145 $155
Seaview Cabin $130 $140
Ensuite Cabin $90 $100
Modified Unit $90 $100
Park Unit $65 $75
Foreshore Sites $32 $36
Powered Site $28 $32
Extra Adult/ child $15 $15
Extra Adult/ child $7 $7


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