Close to Coonawarra wineries, Coonawarra Bush Holiday Park has an emphasis on nature with extras. Neighbouring a vineyard and 170 acres of heritage bushland, the surroundings are perfect. So are the accommodation options - glamping bell tents (with linen and power), bubble tents, and 4 self-contained cabins with ensuites. Plus 24 powered sites and 8 unpowered campsites. 9 toilets, 5 showers and a full camp kitchen complete the picture.
Coonawarra Bush Holiday Park are close to Penola and Naracoorte Caves as well. You can also visit their cellar door and purchase the wines on site.
If you are looking for somewhere to stay between Melbourne and Adelaide, you should consider the Coonawarra Bush Holiday Park - quietly nestled two kilometres off the Riddoch highway.
With hours of walking paths and abundant kangaroos, wombats, emus, sugar gliders, koalas and wild deer, getting back to nature could not be easier.
<p>Free Wifi</p><p>Disabled access available, contact operator for details.</p>
Number of rooms
Drive through sites available
Outdoor Dining Area
Pet Friendly - Enquire
24 Hour Reception
From $30.00 to $229.00
Camp sites from AUD30, bell tents and tent from AUD109. See the website for full price list and availability.