Andamooka Caravan & Camp GroundPrice from $4
Community owned, Andamooka is a relaxed genuine outback caravan and camping ground, walking distance to the town hub and central to opal fossicking sites and a network of tracks to explore Andamooka's endless horizons. Offering 9 powered sites, ablution block with privacy, hot showers and toilets, separate toilet block, potable water, pump out station, undercover BBQ kitchen, shade shelter, and camping space with shelter. Kids are not forgotten, there's an undercover children's playground and skate ramp at the Ground and a splash pad located at the community hub.
Visitors can join in star-gazing activities, book an underground opal mine tour or a tour out to Torrens Lake and outlying opal fields stopping off at special or scenic spots along the way. Try fossicking for opal and you can have a go at cutting, shaping and polishing your opal at the community lapidary shed open to public Saturday mornings and by arrangement. Enjoy breakfast or lunch at the cafe, explore the intriguing historic cottages first established circa 1930's, explore the underground opal museum, or follow the historic trails and Arty Andamooka walking trail, and wander through historic or local art exhibitions at the Community Hall.
Most of all, live like a local, kick back, relax at the pace of the mid 1900's, perhaps around a campfire or sharing a coldie under a huge canopy of stars.
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Donations of $4 per person per night for sites without power or of $12 per night for powered sites includes two persons plus additional $4 per person per night for extra persons. Donations are lodged in donation columns located adjacent to the ablution block or undercover BBQ kitchen.