Port Vincent Foreshore Caravan Park

Accommodation

The cabin accommodation is situated on absolute beachfront, overlooking the eastern side of the caravan park, catching those beautiful sunrises. You can choose from our most luxurious three bedrooms Vincent Shore Villa, deluxe ensuite cabins to the glamping experience of the Oz Shack and Pod. The powered sites are large grassed sites with 17 of these being total beach frontage and overlooking the Gulf St Vincent

Accommodation options

Step out of your cabin straight onto the beach. All of our cabins are situated facing East overlooking the Gulf St Vincent. They range from ensuite cabins that are two bedroom and sleep six with bunks in the second bedroom, one disabled friendly ensuite cabin and two deluxe modern ensuite cabins, one that sleeps six and the other that sleeps five. The luxurious Vincent Shore Villa has 180 degree views of the coast, three bedrooms, sleeps eight and is disabled compliant. Experience glamping in our Oz shacks and Oz pods that sleep 4. The powered sites are 9m x 9m and are all lawned with cement annex blocks, 17 of these are absolute beachfront.

Enjoy the free activities at Port Vincent

Port Vincent is known for its safe beautiful beach, which you can swim, snorkel, paddleboard, kayak and parasail. Of course there is raking for the Blue Swimmer Crab and you can try your hand at fishing from the breakwater and the beach. Port Vincent is also in the middle of Walk the Yorke, with great coastal scenery along the trails. The park has an amazing game of NEOS 360, which the kids love, which includes running around to touch colour buttons and trying to better your score, adding to this is a playground with a couple of great pieces of play equipment

Lots to see at Port Vincent

Port Vincent, 195km west of
Adelaide has been long known as a
holiday playground. It is set in a
beautiful, sweeping bay and looks
out over the protected waters of
the Gulf St Vincent.

The main beach is a safe haven for swimmers and fishermen. In summer its waters display a riot of colour as Adelaide yachties sail across the Gulf for the holiday season.

There are picturesque walks around the town offering scenic views along the cliff tops, and the chance of possible sightings of dolphins at play.

When it comes to fishing, the Yorke Peninsula offers a wide variety. Popular catches are whiting, snapper, garfish, salmon, tommies, mullet, flathead and squid.

The combination of different habitats (sandy beaches, reefs and islands) and unspoilt ocean waters means that there is a huge diversity and abundance of fish and crustaceans species. Crabs can be caught or raked right out the front of the park. September till April are the best months to try.      

We offer a wide selection of facilities

On-site parking

Our powered sites our 9m x 9m, so can fit a vehicle on site with your caravan, but if you have more than one vehicle there is plenty of parking outside the caravan park

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Pet friendly parks

We only allow pets on powered sites during off peak periods, if travelling with pets please check with the office

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Children’s playground

Chase the coloured lights with the popular NEOS360 , try our play equipment or visit the playground next to the park

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Local cafes and shops

Cafe, kiosk, hotel and IGA are all in walking distance from the park

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Bathrooms and showers

Modern amenities double block

Laundry room

Modern washers and dryers, which are open 24/7