You come here to see the Aussie wildlife is a close up intimate view--cockatoos-gularhs-echidnaes-kangaroos-wallabies-and more. Mark and his wife are a fountain of information about the island and also run a shuttle service so you can do the Kangaroo Island wilderness Trail in…
We camped in a camper trailer here and had a wonderful time. It is well located to access many of Kangaroo Islands attractions. Proximity to wildlife like Koala's, wallabies and possums is second to none. The Camp kitchen and amenities were clean and accessible. There are…
This campsite was definitely at the top of our list on our road trip with a camper. It’s clean, shaded, quiet and has two lovely trails where you can see koalas and kangaroos. A little shop where you can buy essentials is onsite too. Highly recommend!
We stayed two nights at this caravan park and wished we could have stayed longer. I had hoped to book the nearby Hansom Bay cottages but when I saw how isolated they were and how long the unmade track was to reach them (7km) I was glad instead that we stayed here! Our cabin was…
This park is spacious and a beaut bush setting(Koalas wander the park)It is an ideal location to tour KI particularly the western part. Bathrooms were well set up and always clean. Operator was particularly helpful when car battery failed .This was greatly appreciated
"get as close to the open field area as possible for the morning and evening wildlife"
"The large cabin 7 (nobles) is on the corner with good open views."
"There is nothing better there (unless your budget runs to $900 pp per night). And I doubt the $900 folk have more fun."
"There are modern cabins (caravan aesthetic) but we liked the log cabin"
"book before you come very popular"