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Yorke Peninsula Camping

Want to go camping beside stunning sea cliffs and powder white beaches? See mind-blowing sunsets and frolicking marine life? Spend your days enjoying turquoise bays or fishing from old wooden jetties? Better book your next road trip for South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula.

At just a couple of hours from Adelaide, Yorke Peninsula makes for a superb weekend escape, and is a must-stop for anyone completing a lap of the map. There’s tonnes of campsites and caravan parks along the Yorke coast, with everything from no-frills bush camping to amazing waterfront cabins and clifftop pods.

At the very tip right near Innes National Park there’s Marion Bay, as well as great campsites at Wallaroo, Edithburgh, Kadina, Yorketown and Port Rickaby, just to name a few.

In a region as striking as this, you’re gonna want to claim the best campsite. Which is precisely what you can do on GoSeeAustralia. Get out there.

Popular Campsites on the Yorke Peninsula

GoSeeAustralia is where you can browse, compare and book campsites, cabins and caravan parks right across the Yorke Peninsula. Whether you're after a pet-friendly campsite or a cabin for six, check out our parks below and lock in your trip.

Popular Camping Destinations

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Marion Bay
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Stories from the road

GoSeeAustralia's community of travelling storytellers are out there having the time of their life, so that you can too! On the blog you'll find everything from destination guides and hidden campgrounds, to practical advice for planning the ultimate camping trip.

So what the hell is GoSeeAustralia? We're basically a bunch of Aussies who love the outdoors – and that’s why we’ve created a place where you can book campsites at over 500 caravan parks and campgrounds Australia-wide, rent campervans and RVs, as well as share your experiences and stories.

Check out our parks all around Australia, browse stories from our community of travelling contributors, and start planning your next Australian road trip or camping adventure!