Anne and Wayne Tomsen invite you to stay when them when you are next near Burra.
Burra is at an important crossroads – from here you can travel north to the Red Centre or via the Barrier highway to Broken Hill NSW, west to the Yorke Peninsula or even WA, or travel east onto Berri and Victoria. But don’t make the mistake of simply driving through.
Anne says, “We live in a heritage listed town, on the National Heritage Register with the government. Burra is significant for mining and how it saved South Australia from financial ruin!
People rate Burra Caravan and Camping Park highly because it is in a quiet location, on the river and right in town, and easy walking distance to most attractions. The park has modern amenities including Wi-fi, a camp kitchen and BBQ area. There’s a coin operated laundry, dump point for self contained vehicles and it’s even pet friendly.
They pride themselves on having the park ‘clean as a whistle’. The Paxton Square Cottages offer that old world charm and come fully equipped with a welcome fireplace.
But what does Anne love about where she lives? “It’s a quaint little town, full of history, cafes, shops- and very friendly.” Go and say hello!
You’ll reach this park at 12 Bridge Terrace, Burra, SA, site number 24 in Caravan Parks 5, or SA site 212 in CAMPS 10, or add it to your favourites on our App. Call Anne and Wayne on (08) 8892 2442 to book.
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