Kimba | Kimba Caravan Park

 
 
  • Lot 1, Eyre Highway, Kimba  SA  5641
  • Phone: 08 8627 2222
  • Freecall:1800 120 248
  • Fax:08 8627 2092
  • GPS:South 33° 8.46
    East 136° 24.54
  • Email:feplkimba@gmail.com
  • Features:
  • –All drive thru sites
    –Tent Sites
    –Free BBQ
    –Air Conditioned Motel Rooms Available (Golden Chain)
    –Licenced Restaurant
    –Tourist Information
    –Take Away Foods and Dine In Food Options
    –All Fuel - Diesel, Unleaded Petrol, Premium Unleaded and Autogas
    –Souvenirs, Basic Automobile Products, Basic Grocery also sold here
    –Steaks, Burgers, Pork Chops, Curries etc are part of our fabulous menu.

  • Kimba Caravan Park
  • Kimba Caravan Park
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TARIFFS
DoubleDaily Rate Extra Person
Twin Motel Room110.00 $10.00
Double Motel Room100.00 $10.00
Single Motel Room$95.00 $10.00
Powered Site$30.00 $6.00
Unpowered Site$25.00 $6.00
Rates are subject to change without notice please check when booking.


Stay 'Halfway across Australia' and experience country hospitality in a natural bush setting. Kimba lies 97 Kilometres east of Wudinna and 89 kilometres west of Iron Knob, situated at the northern edge of Eyre Peninsulas truly vast grain growing belt.

Kimba is the eastern entrance to the magnificent & rugged Gawler Ranges.

Kimba Motel Caravan Park is located on the western side of town, adjacent to the Mobil Roadhouse. The Motel offers comfortable single, double and twin rooms. The caravan park has drive-thru sites and an on site restaurant & bar facility for the use of motel and caravan park guests. Please note that pets are permitted within the caravan park only.

While staying in Kimba visit:
  • The Big Galah standing fully 8 metres tall
  • The Kimba Half Way Accross Australia Gemshop
  • Gawler Ranges Museum
  • Day Trips to the Gawler Ranges

    Kimba is located a short drive away from the Lake Gilles and Pinkawillinie conservation parks. To the north lies the rugged Gawler Ranges, and to the South West is Caralue Bluff, Carrapee Hill and Dark Peake. These areas often abound with wild flowers, native birds and other Australian wildlife such as kangaroos, emus and wombats.

    Some photos courtesy of Caravan Park Photos
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