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Christies Beach Tourist Park, Adelaide

The award-winning Christies Beach Tourist Park is an ideal base for day trips, located on a southern suburbs beach on the way to the McLaren Vale wine region. It is the beachside suburban gateway of the Fleurieu Peninsula and less than an hours drive to Victor Harbor, Wirrina Sunset Cove, Cape Jervis, Adelaide, Port Adelaide and the Adelaide Hills.

Family-sized ensuite, self contained cabins with ocean views are popular with tourists who enjoy relaxing on their balcony while enjoying a stunning sunset over the ocean, or enjoying shopping at local country markets and visiting the local Fleurieu Peninsula attractions to which discount vouchers are available to guests staying in the park.

The park is rated four stars and the ensuite park cabins have a three and a half star rating.

Accommodation Options

Ensuite Cabn

One double bed and bunk beds.



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