Whyalla Caravan Park

SA
Mullaquana
Dogs Allowed
Whyalla Caravan Park in Whyalla on the Spencer Gulf about four hours from Adelaide, South Australia, is spoiled for beaches and like northern Queensland, has more than 300 sunny days a year to enjoy them. The park is just 5 minutes from the main shopping centre and has cabins, cottages, units, single quarters and powered and unpowered sites – some dog friendly. The park provides a BBQ, laundry, camp kitchen and camp fire where travellers gather for a sundowner and to swap stories. The hosts are keen recreational fishers and are keen to help with advice on the best fishing spots, charters and other local tourist activities.

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Whyalla on the Spencer Gulf about four hours from Adelaide, South Australia, is spoiled for beaches and like northern Queensland, has more than 300 sunny days a year to enjoy them.

Whyalla Caravan Park is just 5 minutes from the main shopping centre, sporting facilities and tourist attractions and the perfect base to explore the rich natural beauty of the region. The park has up to 4-star AAA rated accommodation, with cabins, cottages, units, single quarters and powered and unpowered sites.

Its 2-bedroomed Deluxe and Superior Cabins are luxuriously appointed while the 2-bedroomed cabins and cottages are 3.5 star AAA rated. All have fully equipped kitchens, TV, DVD, air conditioning and linen supplied. It also offers large drive through sites and dog-friendly accommodation, including sites and cabins.

The park provides a BBQ, laundry camp kitchen and camp fire where travellers gather for a sundowner and to swap stories. The hosts are keen recreational fishers and are keen to help with advice on the best fishing spots, charters and other local tourist activities.

Visitors can swim in the shallow waters of the Whyalla Foreshore and there is a swimming enclosure in the deeper marina waters. It’s also a popular spot for fishers who catch tommy ruff, garfish, squid, blue swimmer crabs and some whiting species off the jetty and Whyalla hosts the Australian Snapper Fishing Championships over the Easter long weekend. Crabbing is also popular at low tide.

Nearby, you can 4WD on the beach,  take a 12km hike along dunes, pebble beaches and bushland on the Freycinet Trail, or try your hand at real life treasure hunting – Geocaching – using a GPS device or smartphone with hundreds of geocaches in and around Whyalla and the Point Lowly area. You might not know that Whyalla’s Pt Bonython is the only place in the world where you can watch the annual breeding migration of the Australian Giant Cuttlefish ‘sepia apama’ to the Upper Spencer Gulf. From May to August you can see them in the shallows or by snorkelling or diving. You can also often see dolphins in the Whyalla area.

Take a walk to the Lowly Lighthouse and meander around the beaches to see wildlife and birds. The Stranded Shingle Beach Ridges along the western coastline of Upper Spencer Gulf are provisionally entered for inclusion as a State Heritage Place for their curious sorted, rounded to sub-angular pebbles and cobbles. And when you are done exploring the natural environment, there’s always the Whyalla Maritime Museum, impressive public art and a range of cafes and restaurants to keep you occupied.
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