This is a really lovely park, spacious and lots of shady trees. We stayed for 4 nights on a powered site with an ensuite (we have a camper trailer). The ensuite was new and the nicest one we have stayed in so far on our 3-4 week trip! It is also very quiet :) It was a bit pricey with an ensuite ($50 per night) but if you are a Top Tourist Member you can get 10% discount.The Barossa area is beautiful surrounded by vineyards and charming old buildings & homes and all the local towns are very close. If you love your wineries, this is the place to be.... over 80! We both highly recommend this park and hopefully visit again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the heart of the beautiful Barossa Valley. A peaceful shady park featuring drive through sites, en suite sites & a variety of cabins to suit all budgets. Centrally located to the many restaurants, bike trails, world class wineries and the famous Maggie Beer Farm Shop. A short walk to the main street shops. Facilities include tennis courts, bike & pedal Kart hire, free Wi-Fi and tourist information is available. One hour drive from Adelaide and home of the historic Kaesler Van. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Barossa Tourist Park Nuriootpa, Barossa Valley