Travelling to Naracoorte
Routes to Naracoorte - Via Adelaide to Naracoorte and Melbourne to Naracoorte.
Adelaide to Naracoorte - Via Keith. When you leave Adelaide heading towards Naracoorte on the A1 you will pass the towns of Murray Bridge on the A1 then Tailem Bend on the A6 heading towards Keith. Just prior to Keith you will turn right onto the A66 this will take you direct to Naracoorte. Just as you arrive to Naracoorte the A66 is also the Riddoch Hwy you will see the turn off on the left for Park Terrace - Holiday Park and Swimming Lake. We are towards the end of this road. 81 Park Terrace. It is roughly 330 kms from Adelaide to Naracoorte this way.
Adelaide to Naracoorte - Via Bordertown. Same as above, when you leave Adelaide heading towards Naracoorte on the M1/A1 you will pass the towns of Murray Bridge on the A1 then Tailem Bend on the A6 heading towards Keith but go through Keith to Bordertown. At Bordertown take the right hand turn on the Bordertown-Naracoorte road and you will join onto the A66 and head into Naracoorte. Again the same as above, turn Left into Park Terrace and head towards the Swimming Lake and then onto the Holiday Park. This route is roughly 348km.
Adelaide to Naracoorte - Via Miningie. Coastal Road. When you leave Adelaide still stay on the M1/A1 until you get to Tailem Bend. Here you then head to Miningie on the B1 stay on this road until you get to Kingston S.E. From Kingston then you head towards Lucindale on the Reedy Creek Lucindale road. From Lucindale you then head towards Naracoorte this road will be called Konetta - Naracoorte Road. This is roughly 420 kms but it does take a lot longer this way. If you are in no hurry you can stop at Kingston and meet Larry the Huge Lobster.
Melbourne to Naracoorte - Via Western Hwy M8/A8. When departing Melbourne on the Western Hwy heading towards Ballarat, keep on this road and passing through Ararat, then Stawell and Horsham head towards Edenhope. This road can be rough for periods on this strip of road from Horsham to Edenhope, if travelling with a caravan you may need to go around 90 kms or whatever you feel comfortable with. Parts of the road can be bumping as we found out ourselves. From Edenhope you are on the final leg of the journey heading to Naracoorte. This road takes you straight into town. When you see the Naracoorte showgrounds you can then turn right after the showgrounds into Sandstone street and then turn left into Park terrace, we are just a couple of hundred metres from the intersection on the right. This is roughly 446km from Melbourne to Naracoorte.
Melbourne to Naracoorte - Via Wimmera Hwy B240. Leaving Melbourne and head towards Bendigo on the Calder Hwy. Once you get to Bendigo then head towards Horsham and then onto Edenhope same as above. Once you arrive into Naracoorte turn right after the Showgrounds onto Sandstone Street and then turn left onto Park Terrace and again we are only a couple of hundred metres from this intersection on the right. This route is roughly 501km.
Melbourne to Naracoorte - Via Glenelg Hwy B160. Leave Melbourne heading towards Ballarat on the M8. Once you get into Ballarat then head towards Hamilton, you will pass the towns of Smthedale, Lake Bolac, Dunkeld and then in Hamilton keep on this hwy and head towards Coleraine and Casteron then onto Penola. You will then turn right onto the A66/Riddock Hwy and follow this until you arrive into Naracoorte. This section of road you will be passing through the Coonawarra Wine region and you will see vines for miles and some of the best wineries are in this area. Once you hit Naracoorte follow the hwy (turning left) heading towards Adelaide you will see the sign for the Holiday Park and the Swimming Lake on the right hand side, this is where you turn right into Park Terrace and continue on for a couple of kms and we are on the left hand side on this street. This is roughly 474 kms.