Bordertown Caravan Park

41 Penny Terrace, BORDERTOWN
2 reviews
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Bordertown Caravan Park is situated 280km from Adelaide and 450km from Melbourne in the Tatiara Region.

If you are travelling down the Duke's Highway, Bordertown Caravan Park is a great place to stop and rest. Stay for a night, a week or permanently reside in the park - all are welcome - even furry friends (conditions apply)

Your hosts, David and Amanda Petersen, look forward to welcoming you to Bordertown and making your stay an enjoyable one.

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  • BBQ Facilities
  • Hot Showers
  • Pet Friendly
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Public Telephone
  • Resident Manager

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Local Attractions

Bordertown is the gateway to South Australia and the Limestone Coast in the South East. Situated on the Dukes Highway, Bordertown is 280km from Adelaide and 450km from Melbourne.

Bordertown is part of the Tatiara District of South Australia. Tatiara is an aboriginal word meaning "the good country".

The town was established in 1852 and was the site of a base camp created by Police Inspector Alexander Tolmer.

Bordertown is famous for the white kangaroos found in the Wildlife Park, Historic Clayton Farm, the birthplace of Bob Hawke and Tolmer Park, once the site of the police camp where officers on the Gold Escort Route would change their horses.

There is much to see and do in Bordertown! When in town be sure to visit the Bordertown Visitor Information Centre where you can pick up more information about the surrounding areas and also start the "Bordertown Walking Tour" from there.

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Rob Sargent
February 6th, 2013

The amemities are very clean and tidy. The staff are very friendly and courteous helpful in local interests and drives. Being alongside the Dukes highway we thought it may be noisey but NO it is not. Some road noise but not unbearable. BBQ area is always clean and it is free ( not too many of them about). Walking didtance to supermarket for supplies and even closer is the Hotel with great meals. A top spot to spend a night or three.

Rob Sargent
February 6th, 2013

The park although located alongside of the Dukes highway is very quiet very clean and close to shopping street. The staff are extremely friendly and go out of their way to assist. Sites are watered frequently and the lawns are excellent. Amenities are spotless as are the free electric BBQ.

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