Free camping sites in South Australia

South Australia is known for its long summers, wine, sparkling beaches and outback sites such as Coober Pedy. If you are planning on going on a road trip through the state you will also find a range of historical sites and townships. There are plenty of free campsites in SA where you can take a much needed rest, explore and recharge for the next leg of your journey.

Below are just a few that you might like to add to your itinerary, discover more South Australian camp sites with our App and comprehensive Camps Guidebooks.

Whitewell Tank Free Site SA

New Free Camp: Whitewell Tank Campsite

Thanks to Geoff Eardley for his update from South Australia: My wife and I recently went to Head of Bight to view the whales, a very worthwhile trip. On the road to Head of Bight, 1.9 km west of the Eyre Highway, at the gate which closes off the whale watching facility, there is a free camp. The identifying sign on it calls it “Whitewell Tank Free Site”. There are no facilities there at all, but it is in a good location for anyone planning to visit the whales who has a self-sufficient van. The surface material appears to be

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Worlds End Gorge Campground

No fees at popular Worlds End Gorge Campground, SA

As a favourite South Australian camping ground you can expect a lot of company here during holiday periods. The large gum trees provide lots of shade and the nearby creek is great for your family to have a go at yabbying or just to relax. There is plenty of room for everyone and, although the area is an open paddock, chances are you will be able to set up away from others if you want some privacy. Facilities are limited and you will need to bring your own drinking water. Where: 26 km South East of Burra.Pet Friendly: YesToilets: YesShade: LimitedShower: No Water: NoFire: YesCaravan and Big Rig: Yes Mobile

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Terowie Railway Yard

Go back in time to Terowie Railway Yard, SA

Terowie, South Australia, is a township rich with historical significance and interesting sites. The area has a large number of untouched 19th Century buildings that are both charming and intriguing for visitors. Main Street is lined with historical buildings that make you feel like you have gone back in time and signs around the old railway yards and throughout the town provide you with information about them. If you want you can even get keys from the Cafe to see some of the historical displays in the buildings. The camp site is mostly open with no shade but the grass

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Kingston SE Jetty Parking Area

Beside the seaside at Kingston SE Jetty Parking Area

Kingston SE Jetty Parking Area, SA, is a spacious site located right next to the sea. There is plenty of room for people to go fishing on the long jetty and a BBQ and picnic area where you can fry your catch. If you come up empty handed there is always the pubs and fish & chip shop close by. Unfortunately this camp site only allows self contained vehicles, so if you are camping in a tent you will need to look elsewhere. The fresh sea air and kind locals make the stay very pleasant. Where: Kingston SE Jetty.Pet Friendly: YesToilets: YesShade: YesShower: YesPicnic Area:

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