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There are many things to be enjoyed while staying at our park ...

The Padthaway golf course is right next door. This course is unique as it was carved amongst existing gum trees and has the original stone settler's cottage as it's club house. Golf is best played from April to November when the fairways are green. There are some lovely views to be had from several vantage points.

The Padthaway Estate Vineyards and the historic Padthaway Homestead can be seen from here. This is definitely worth a stroll and can be accessed from the park.

If you like walking, there are marked walking tracks which lead into the Padthaway Conservation Park. The trail starts from our park and leads you through native scrub. Typical of this area are eucalypts, banksias, stringy barks, wattles and tea trees which are spectacular when flowering. It is especially lovely in spring because there are many varieties of native orchids about. Keep your eyes open! There is an abundance of bird life. Keep a watch out for the endangered black cockatoo. Many native animals such as kangaroos, echidnas and koalas also habit this reserve.


Things to do in Padthaway and district ...

Padthaway is world renowned for its wine. You will be amazed at the incredible expanses of vineyards. The beautiful red gums which line the roads make it a very pleasant drive. Spend a day on Padthaway's Wine Trail visiting the local cellar doors and sample Padthaway's wonderful wines. If wine doesn't interest you, enjoy a coffee at these outlets and take in the wonderful views over the Padthaway valley.

Padthaway is a pretty little township approximately one km from our park. There is a large picturesque park with BBQ, play ground, great skate park and tennis courts. You can get mot essentials from the general store. Various food items and takeaways are available from the deli. Petrol is available from these places as well as the local garage. The township also has a football club and bowling club.

Padthaway Caravan Park is an excellent place to make a base for a holiday. It is only a 30 minute drive to Naracoorte which is home to the World Heritage Listed Naracoorte Caves. It is also a very pleasant 20 minute drive to Mundulla, where you can enjoy a lovely meal in the historic Mundulla hotel. From here you can also follow the historic drive through to Bordertown. This is also a lovely way to spend a day.

Other towns which are approximately one hours drive are Penola, Coonawarra and the coastal town of Kingston.