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Port Augusta Holiday & Caravan Park
At the gateway to some of South Australia’s most spectacular destinations - the Flinders Ranges, outback and Spencer Gulf - is Port Augusta, just over 300 kilometres from Adelaide. Discovery Parks - Port Augusta (formerly Port Augusta Holiday Park) is the ideal holiday park to plan your great southern adventure.
It’s not every day you get to travel on a moving museum, but step on board the unique Pichi Richi Railway and you’ll understand why it’s so special. Discover local history with a tour of the iconic Royal Flying Doctor Service and Wadlata Outback Centre, where you will walk in the steps of the Aboriginal people who have lived here for 40,000 years.
Did you know that Discovery Parks - Port Augusta also manages the adjacent 47-roomed Acacia Ridge Motor Inn. If you’re visiting friends or relatives in the Flinders Ranges and Outback and need an affordable, comfortable, no-fuss place to stopover for the night, we can provide the motel-style accommodation you need. Available rooms sleep between 2 to 6 guests with in-room facilities and daily housekeeping that you would find at any hotel – free wi-fi, air conditioning, TV, basic kitchen amenities (tea/coffee facilities, refrigerator), iron, hair dryer, fresh towels. Plus, you also have shared access to laundry washer and dryer, a fully equipped gym, outdoor pool and BBQ facilities.
Important Safety Messages
Fire Safety: With a hot and dry summer ahead and potentially dangerous bushfire conditions, please be aware that fires are prohibited at Discovery properties from 1 October 2023 until the end of the fire season.
Electric Scooters (eScooters): Guests may only operate an eScooter in parks where state laws permit the operation of an eScooter in public places, outside of an approved eScooter trial. We advise that you consider state laws before arriving in park.
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