South Australia

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Antechamber Bay, SA - Image Courtesy 'Woodies on the Move'

Two new sites on Kangaroo Island

Antechamber Bay, SA – Image Courtesy ‘Woodies on the Move’ Following the devastating bush fires that beset Kangaroo Island last year, a host of upgrades are underway helping to reimagine, rebuild and renew this island paradise. A 1.6m dollar transformation of Antechamber Bay camping facilities is on track with the installation of a suspension bridge linking both north and south campgrounds. Pedestrians will now be able to easily access both the north and south sides of the Chapman River. A new double toilet block has also been constructed at Antechamber South with further upgrades planned to be completed mid 2021.

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Greenways Landing - Images Courtesy of Scott Tonkin

New listing: Greenways Landing, Nildottie SA

Images Courtesy of Scott Tonkin A new listing for us, and a beaut little spot to sneak away to is Greenways Landing just 3 km W of Nildottie in SA.  Not far from Swan Reach and run by council, there’s plenty of room to stretch out, catch yabbies and do some fishing.  Mid Murray Council has added a toilet and gravel road, best of all it’s pet friendly and free.  All size vehicles are welcome here, but the road in can be slippery in the wet.  You’ll find a boat ramp, nice shady campsites, and a good swimming hole.  Watch

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Changes for Renmark Paringa RV Parks

Plushs Bend RV Park Online bookings are now live for Renmark Paringa’s RV Parks and Campgrounds – Plush’s Bend, SS Ellen Park and TM Price Rotary Park. Time limits and type of camping have been changed as well. In all 3 sites, dogs on leash only, check In from 1pm and check out by 11am. There are no portable toilets allowed and sites close to the Murray River are for self contained vehicles (caravans and RVs) only – where grey water is contained. Following is an overview of the RV Parks and Campgrounds in the Renmark Paringa district (effective 16

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Aussie Travel Code Don't Get Too Feral Out There

Follow the Aussie Travel Code

Flinders Ranges and Outback SA Tourism (FROSAT) has launched a campaign promoting responsible visitor messages. The cheeky online campaign uses Aussie humour to sell its messages of responsible travel which includes staying on tracks, not leaving any rubbish or waste, and getting approval to travel on people’s properties. The campaign is based on how we all expect visitors to behave when they visit our homes – an unofficial code of conduct. Based on in-depth consultation with locals, land-owners and industry, the primary issues Aussie Travel Code that will raise awareness about, rubbish, bio-waste and destruction of natural environments. All three

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Haddon Corner

Have you been to Haddon Corner?

Borders have been a bit controversial lately, haven’t they? Haddon Corner (1880), marks the north-eastern extension of the Queensland-South Australia border, and was important for the colonial government and pastoralists of the time. We thought you’d like to see this corner of Queensland and update… sent in by Shez Tedford. The turn off is off the Arrabury road. There is a green finger sign to Haddon Corner. It is a gravel road but in fairly good condition. This would depend on whether there has been any rain. If that is the case, this road along with all others in the

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Mundoo Island Station STay

Mundoo Island Station Stay

by Leisa Cooper Mundoo Island is a privately owned Station Stay nestled  in the mouth of the Murray only 1.5 hours drive south of Adelaide.  Located in the stunning Coorong, Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia, this unique property is the last farming property on the River Murray – where the river meets the sea. The station covers a series of islands,  the largest being Mundoo. This is SA site 229 in Camps 10 or find it on the Camps Australia Wide App. This unique getaway is a working cattle and sheep station including a commercial breeding herd of Angus beef cattle,

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Caudo Vineyard Views

Caudo Vineyard – Basic but Beautiful

You haven’t truly seen the Riverland until you pay a visit to Caudo Vineyard & Cellar Door. This family owned and operated business is just a short drive from Waikerie or Morgan in the beautiful Cadell Valley and nestled on the banks of the historic Murray River. They cater to fully self-contained RVs from Tuesday to Sunday.  Accommodation is free with a maximum stay of two nights. There are no amenities, so you’ll need all your own facilities, but they provide a fabulous view.  You’ll need to book ahead, and check-in at their cellar door on arrival and staff will

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Edeowie Station - image by Ross Plant

Edeowie Station in the Flinders Ranges

Edeowie Station – image by Ross Plant by Guest Blogger Ross Plant Our evening in Peterborough was spent at the rest area just east of town. There are no facilities here and after yesterdays and last nights rain, the whole area is one big mud puddle. Peterborough in its heyday was an important link for trains carrying iron ore from Broken Hill to Port Pirie with about one hundred trains passing through daily. Just over an hour later we stopped in Orroroo. The main street has to be one of the widest street’s you will ever drive down. Several years

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Punyelroo Caravan Park

Pretty Punyelroo – SA

by Leisa Cooper Nestled by the banks of the Murray River, sits pretty Punyelroo Caravan Park.  Located less than 2 hours from Adelaide and 5 km downstream from Swan Reach it is SA site 185 in Caravan Parks 5 or find it on the Camps Australia Wide App.   It’s a tranquil destination with idyllic views and a wealth of peaceful silence.  The sun rises over the cliffs directly in front of the park, making the water sparkle.   Sip your morning coffee metres from the waters edge watching the birdlife awaken and in the evening, witness the changing colours

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