Camping and accommodation
Make the most of your Naracoorte Caves experience and spend a few days with us. There’s plenty to see and do, with scenic walking trails, beautiful native plants and unique Australian animals all within easy access. And let’s not forget unique World Heritage caves to explore, and half a million years of history to absorb!
To book your stay, contact us.
Please note: the Naracoorte Caves campground will be completely booked out from Tuesday 26th September 2017 – Sunday 1st October 2017.
Wirreanda Bunkhouse has dormitory-style accommodation for 49 people. With a fully equipped kitchen and eating area it is perfect for schools, research and other groups. The rooms sleep four, six or eight people. Showers and toilets are separate from the other buildings and are wheelchair accessible.
There is a campfire pit which can be used for the serious purpose of marshmallow toasting, but only outside bushfire danger season (November – April). Make sure to bring your own wood, it is illegal to gather firewood in the park.
During school holidays and on weekends, individual dorm rooms in the bunkhouse can be booked by family groups (subject to availability).
The bunkhouse is equipped with a games cupboard that can be accessed for a small cost. It contains games, AV equipment, DVDs relevant to the Naracoorte experience, and books.
|Type of accommodation
||Price per night
|Education package (bunked accommodation)
||$13 per person
|Group bookings (exclusive use, up to 45 people)
||$23 per person
|Family room (2 adults + 4 children)
||$80 per family
- Visitors must bring their own bedding
- Family room rate is available for a minimum two night stay
- Availability of the bunkhouse for family groups depends on group bookings.
Our camping area has ten powered sites and a large area for tents, surrounded by tall shady trees. There’s access to a tennis court and big grassy areas for the kids to run around and play ball games. There are hot showers and toilets with disabled access, a free barbecue and a token operated laundry (tokens available from Visitors Centre). You are also welcome to use the communal campfire pit outside bushfire danger season (see conditions below).
|Type of camping
||Price per night
|Powered site (up to 4 people)
|Powered site (additional person)
|Unpowered site (up to 4 people)
|Unpowered site (additional person)
|Group camping (min 10 people)
||$5 per person
- No pets allowed (guide dogs are welcome)
- Firearms are prohibited
- Camp only in designated areas
- Fires are only permitted in designated fire pits between 1 May and 31 October. Fire restrictions may apply outside of these dates, check the Country Fire Service website for current information.
- Bring your own firewood, it is illegal to gather firewood in the national park.