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Port Augusta Big 4 Holiday Park Cabins, Port Augusta

Welcome to Port Augusta‘s Big 4 Caravan Park. We are situated on 11 acres of grounds with large shade trees and lawn areas. The holiday park caters exclusively for visitors. Let our experienced staff make your stay in Port Augusta, whether for a night or a week, a memorable occasion.

Features of the park include a fully tiled and solar heated pool and children’s wading pool, children’s playground, barbecue areas, recreation building with a games room and television room and a coin operated internet site, campers’ kitchen and three coin operated laundries with benches and ironing facilities. We have seven cabins with internal spa, 28 cabins with internal ensuite and six cabins without ensuite.

Accommodation Options


One double bed and one triple bunk.


One double bed and two bunk beds, or one queen size bed and two bunk beds.


One queen size bed.


One queen size bed and one bunk bed.


One queen, one double and one foldaway bed.


One queen size bed and two bunk beds.


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