Why not try the yorke-peninsula.
It's really nice over there.
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We've just come back from a week in Renmark. It's a 4 hours drive from you guys and absolutely stunning. Our little girls had a blast. There is a brilliant pool and spa and a lovely safe playground and jumping pillow. It is situated right on the banks of the murray river and there are boats for hireand all the watersports available.
We camped and for a powered site for 7 nights cost us $300 but there are beautiful self contained cabins for about $200 a night. Renmark is really nice with a few nice places to eat and is close to Berri and Monash adventure playground.
We really had a great holiday and would definately recommend it!
Been doing a bit more research and some one suggested we try BIG4 Holiday Parks - Australia
has anyone stayed in these sites?
We don't have any camping gear yet so will probably stay in a cabin again anyone have any experiance of this?
Have just stayed in the big 4 campsite at Robe and have been to the one at lake Bonney in the Riverlands. Great sites playgrounds, swimming pools and bouncy pillowsfor the kids , plus a kids club if needed during summer and easter hols i think.
Richard (Dylan), Ffion, girl 10 & boy 8
Arrived in Adelaide 14th Nov 2008
We have just booked 3 nights at Narnu Farm. Seems really good for the kids and we are paying £120 a night for a cottage that sleeps 6. You can feed the anilmals (just right for a couple of 3 year olds), meet other families with kids and also they do riding lessons.
We go off camping quite a lot and kids love it! We have been to quite a few places now and have never found anywhere where our daughter got bored as most of the campsites have great facilities and there are always lots of other kids about for them to play with.
This website gives you a list of campsites around SA and you can request a brochure which will give you an idea of what is about in different areas and what the campsite is like - Caravan and Camping South Australia > SA Destinations
For more info on the areas (including accomodation options) follow:
South Australia - Regions
You can download the regional broochures from there, if you can't get to the Tourist Information offices for the hard copies.
wow-thanks everyone some really good suggestions there :) now got to decide where to go lol!
checked farm place out on net and looks fab - must be good as weekends are booked up for next few weeks!