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The Fleurieu Peninsula is a region bursting with appeal owing to an assortment of attractions that fall into the crowd-favourite category. Some of the best wineries, coastal holiday spots, and beaches are within its confines.
For a fun-filled and action-packed holiday, head to the Fleurieu Peninsula, where visitors have the choice of two enticing BIG4 locations. Whatever interest or experience inspires your break, BIG4 Holiday Parks offers family-friendly cabin accommodation, caravan sites, and camping in Cape Jervis, Port Elliot, Mount Compass, Normanville, Port Willunga and Victor Harbor on the Fleurieu Peninsula.
Parks in the Fleurieu Peninsula area
Whatever your interest, the Fleurieu Peninsula serves up experiences straight from the top drawer.
McLaren Vale is one of Australia’s biggest names when it comes to wine – its produce is equally delicious – and exploration of this tranquil region is both easy and relaxing. While in the Fleurieu Peninsula, visit cellar doors in Langhorne Creek and Currency Creek.
Victor Harbor and Goolwa are among South Australia’s premier coastal towns and both ooze the holiday vibe. At Victor Harbor, take the horse-drawn tram across to Granite Island to spot little penguins at dusk or soak up panoramic views from atop the Bluff. Goolwa is ideal for taking a cruise on a paddle steamer or a ride on the Cockle Train to Victor Harbor.
Sandwiched in between those two towns are Port Elliot and Middleton. These spots entice: Horseshoe Bay in Port Elliot is a popular stretch of sand and Middleton’s beach is highly regarded for surfing. These are just two of many first-rate Fleurieu Peninsula beaches: Aldinga and Waitpinga are among many others.
Those with a creative bent should pick up a copy of the Fleurieu Peninsula Art Trail, which pinpoints a series of galleries and studios scattered throughout the region.