The Outdorian Magazine - Page 40



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the incredible Flinders Ranges, but despite these legendary
attractions, South Australia remains surprisingly undiscovered.
Whether you’re exploring limestone caves, crescent beaches,
flooded sinkholes or the expansive lake-speckled outback, our
great southern land is one adventure after another.
Aldinga Beach
Aldinga Beach Holiday Park
There aren’t too many beaches in Australia that you can
drive on, let alone drive on without a 4WD, and for that
reason alone Aldinga Beach is well worth your time. If
surfing and sunbaking aren’t your bag, out beyond the
breakers you can dive and snorkel through an unusual
reef made up of striking pinnacles and a heart-stopping
underwater cliff.
Buffered from hustle and bustle by the Aldinga Scrub
reserve, this park’s tranquil location will put you swiftly
into holiday mode. Walking trails through the scrub
branch out from the grounds while the McLaren
Vale wineries and surrounding beaches are a short
drive away. Be sure to ask for a rustic yurt if you’re not
bringing your own caravan or a tent.
www.aldingaholiday.com.au | (08) 8556 3444
Edithburgh Jetty
Edithburgh Caravan Park
The historic Edithburgh Jetty has become a magnet for
divers and snorkellers of all abilities, with easy access
to a colourful underwater world thriving among the
pylons. Seahorses, nudibranchs and crabs hide within
the kaleidoscopic kingdom of sponges, while Port
Jackson sharks and schooling fish hang out below. Dive
after dark for the best show.
Explore the Yorke Peninsula from your own spa or
seaview cabin, or park your caravan on the foreshore
and lap up the views. With a boat ramp, family-friendly
beaches, tidal pool, and the jetty dive nearby, as well as
museums, lighthouses and walking trails, you’re gonna
need a few days to experience everything on offer.
Mount Gambier
Millicent Lakeside Caravan Park
Built among an ancient volcano-forged landscape
of caves, sinkholes and lakes, Mount Gambier is a
modern city shaped by natural curiosities unique to the
Limestone Coast. Visit the bright mineral-blue crater
lake, wander through a sunken garden, or learn about
the cave diving that takes place beneath the city centre
with a trip to Engelbrecht Cave.
Millicent Lakeside Caravan Park is your gateway to the
4x4 trails of Canunda National Park, Tantanoola Caves,
Lake McIntyre, and Millicent’s acclaimed National Trust
Living History Museum. Whether you’re in a shady, petfriendly campsite or cosy self-contained cabin, make
sure you take a dip in the swimming lake right across
the road.
www.edithburghcaravanpark.com.au | (08) 8852 6056
www.millicentlakesidecarapark.com.au | (08) 8733 1188
For more information visit www.goseeaustralia.com.au/promo/south-australia

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