We’re still open!
Following Government recommendations against non-essential travel, Brownhill Creek Tourist Park remains open for “essential travel”.
But what does that mean? If you’re a nomad, you’re in transit, or in an emergency situation – we’re here to help.
SA Parks are continuing to monitor the ever-changing business and travel environment surrounding the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) situation.
The health and safety of caravan park staff and essential travellers is of paramount importance to us and we are continuing to evaluate what changes are necessary to keep everyone safe and to comply with both Federal and State Government requirements Many of the Caravan Parks listed on our site are staying open to provide essential accommodation, and what is available will vary from park to park.
What is essential accommodation’? people who are currently in transit on their way home, people requiring accommodation for the provision of essential services or who are working in the district, people that are nomadic in nature, and just need somewhere safe and comfortable to stay in the coming weeks and months.
health & essential service workers who may wish/need to stay away from home & family persons who are required to self-isolate. Some, (but not all) parks may accept cabin accommodation bookings for this purpose – this is a decision for each business Please contact the park you need to travel to and discuss what options may be available for essential travel.
The Government advice has indicated that we will be able to continue to provide these services. However, they have strongly advised against anyone in Australia undertaking any non-essential travel.
Consumers who have non-essential bookings before the 31st of May, please contact the park to reschedule or receive a credit for a booking at a future date.
The Caravan Park Industry in South Australia looks to our valued customers to work with us during these difficult times. Our industry, like so many others, is being significantly affected by the need to stop non-essential bookings. Parks are currently dealing with unprecedented levels of emails and calls so please be patient as we navigate this uncharted territory.
These businesses look forward to the time that they can once again accept everyone back into their parks for recreational purposes. We wish everyone good health and goodwill during these times and look forward to seeing our recreational visitors again once the crisis is over.”