Cape Jervis Accommodation and Caravan Park
Cape Jervis Station was first settled in the 1830s and is a village of old and newer buildings providing a variety of accommodation options. Set amid a collection of native and European trees, a variety of comfortable, private and unique accommodation exists in harmony with the flocks of native birds that live on the station. Recreational activities on the station may include tennis, a chat with our animals and bird watching.
Stop at Pear Tree Bistro and Coffee Shop, open Wednesday to Sunday for breakfast and dinner as well as all day coffee and cake.
We have four en suite rooms, self-contained cottages that sleep from one up to seven people. Some cottages have wood fires which you are welcome to use however wood is not supplied.
The station also has a lovely grassed area with powered and unpowered sites available for those who like to camp out/have a caravan. Hot showers and toilets and a camp kitchen are available.
Nearby activities include bushwalking in national parks, swimming in the unspoilt southern beaches, fishing, horse riding, golf/a trip to Kangaroo Island.