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Naracoorte Holiday Park, Naracoorte

Naracoorte Holiday Park is set on nine acres of grassed parkland and offers quality accommodation and camping sites. It is a beautiful and relaxing environment with plenty of room to move. No highway or train noise. Member of the Big Four Holiday Parks chain, we offer a money back guarantee plus other membership benefits. Accommodation includes one and two bedroom holiday units, ensuite cabins, cabin vans and a spa unit. There is a range to suit all budgets and full descriptions of each style is available on our website. The park grounds include 18 hole putt putt mini golf plus the newly relocated Tiny Train Park for miniature train rides and great family fun. The property also adjoins free swimming – in summer, the nature park and is only five minutes walk to the shopping centre, which has a wide range of retail services and many banks. While in Naracoorte visit interesting places including The Sheep’s Back, Mini Jumbuk, art gallery, golf course, bird watching, horse riding or short day trips to wineries. Naracoorte Holiday Park is the closest holiday park to the Naracoorte Caves National Park – South Australia’s only World Heritage area, including Wonambi Fossil Centre. Naracoorte is only three and a half hours from Adelaide and four and a half hours from Melbourne and links to the Grampians and the Great Ocean Road. The Naracoorte Holiday Park is the ideal base for a short stay in the Limestone Coast region.

Accommodation Options


One double bed and two double bunk beds.


One double bed and one double with single over top.


One double bed and two double bunk beds.


One double bed and two double bunk beds.


One queen size bed.


One queen size bed and two single beds.



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