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Port Broughton Caravan Park

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Jody & Jason look forward to welcoming you to Port Broughton Caravan Park. Situated at the top of the beautiful Yorke Peninsula, Port Broughton is nestled in a spectacular bay setting. The park is close to the jetty and boat ramp, and provides excellent fishing opportunities. It is also an ideal base from which to explore the Southern Flinders and Clare Burra regions. So come and visit a past winner at the Yorke Peninsula Tourism Awards and South Australia Tourism Awards.


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Jody & Jason look forward to welcoming you to Port Broughton Caravan Park. Situated at the top of the beautiful Yorke Peninsula, Port Broughton is nestled in a spectacular bay setting. The park is close to the jetty and boat ramp, and provides excellent fishing opportunities. It is also an ideal base from which to explore the Southern Flinders and Clare Burra regions. So come and visit a past winner at the Yorke Peninsula Tourism Awards and South Australia Tourism Awards.

Local Overview

Port Broughton
Port Broughton is ideally situated neighbouring the Mid North, Lower Flinders Ranges, Clare Valley and the Copper Coast, making it the perfect spot to visit a number of different regions and caters for many different interests. Being in the top end of the Peninsula means that it a little drier and warmer than much of the rest of Yorke Peninsula. This delightful town is perfect for relaxing and enjoying the local seafood and fine cuisine that the peninsula and surrounding districts have to offer. 

Initially pastoralists used the land around Port Broughton, however the land was not suitable for grazing. In 1869 the land was sold into acre lots with 97 local landowners. The town was surveyed in 1871 with another 60 allotments for sale in 1872. The town soon grew into a large wheat port. The first proper jetty built in 1874 was 1,260 feet long and cost £1,200. The jetty however was replaced in 1876 after a railway was built between Mundoora and Port Broughton. The new jetty meant that the bottom of the harbour had to be dredged; the jetty was 1,245 feet long and had a railway going the length of the jetty. The new jetty was built at a cost of £3,715.

Port Broughton received its name from the river flowing north of the township, named by Edward John Eyre in 1839 after the first Anglican Archbishop of Australia. Port Broughton is a delightful town with attractive beaches and is very popular with tourist, and people looking to fish and relax. Port Broughton provides the opportunity to see dolphins, pelicans, and superb sunsets. The population of Port Broughton is around 1,000 with it becoming increasingly popular with retirees; the population in the summer holidays reaches 4,000.

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Room 1 Ngt Surcharge Extra Adult/Child      
Sunset Villa $145-$155 Cabin Extras - $10-$15
Deluxe Spa Cottage $130-$135 Site Extras - $6-$10
Deluxe Cottage $110-$120
Ensuite Unit $100-$110
Budget Cabin $65-$70
Powered Site $32
 

Stay 7 nights on a powered site (2 poeple) and Pay for 5 cost $165
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Stay 5 nights and Pay for 4 in any on-site accommodation.
(condiotions apply)

Come along and enjoy our touch of Paradise
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Additional Facilities

  • Fish cleaning & crab cooking area
  • Clean amenities with baby & disabled facilities
  • Shaded pool & jumping pillow
  • TV room
  • Tennis & beach volleyball courts

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Clements Gap Conservation Park
Port Broughton to Port Pirie Road, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
Clements Gap Conservation Park is a 15 minute drive north of Port Broughton. The park is a largely undisturbed 11 square kilometres of South Australian remnant bushland. The only remaining building at Clements Gap is the Uniting Church. The Church is still used today for monthly services and weddings. The Conservation Park is home to a wide variety of plants and is bursting with wildflowers in spr...
Clements Gap Conservation Park
Port Broughton to Port Pirie Road, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
61-08-8635 2261
visitor@barungawest.sa.gov.au
Clements Gap Conservation Park is a 15 minute drive north of Port Broughton. The park is a largely undisturbed 11 square kilometres of South Australian remnant bushland. The only remaining building at Clements Gap is the Uniting Church. The Church is still used today for monthly services and weddings. The Conservation Park is home to a wide variety of plants and is bursting with wildflowers in spring time. Visitors can enjoy the ‘photo point’ poles which have been erected throughout the park, allowing visitors to take preset photographs.
Palate 2 Palette
6 Bay Street, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
Palate 2 Palette is located in the main street of Port Broughton with views of the bay and jetty. Owners, Grant and Helen Rowlands, have renovated and redesigned a 100 year old building to accommodate a restaurant, wine bar, coffee lounge and art gallery featuring works by established and emerging artists. Palate 2 Palette offers a fresh innovative menu influenced by the tastes and flavours of As...
Palate 2 Palette
6 Bay Street, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
61-08-8635 2552
palate2palette@bigpond.com
Palate 2 Palette is located in the main street of Port Broughton with views of the bay and jetty. Owners, Grant and Helen Rowlands, have renovated and redesigned a 100 year old building to accommodate a restaurant, wine bar, coffee lounge and art gallery featuring works by established and emerging artists. Palate 2 Palette offers a fresh innovative menu influenced by the tastes and flavours of Asia and Europe, fine wines, great coffee, good art and on the first Sunday of the month live music from 2pm to 5pm, to provide a feast for all the senses.
Port Broughton Heritage Centre
Edmond Road, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
Originally the Port Broughton School, the Heritage Centre was opened in 1993. The Heritage Centre was designed to display the recordings of the past for the benefit of future generations. Plan ahead and book in to spend some time at this hands-on heritage centre containing many historical papers, photos, articles and a beautiful “Plangon” doll collection.
Port Broughton Heritage Centre
Edmond Road, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
61-08-8635 2656
Originally the Port Broughton School, the Heritage Centre was opened in 1993. The Heritage Centre was designed to display the recordings of the past for the benefit of future generations. Plan ahead and book in to spend some time at this hands-on heritage centre containing many historical papers, photos, articles and a beautiful “Plangon” doll collection.
Port Broughton Historic Walking Trail
Bay Street, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
There are three walking trails in Port Broughton: Walk around Broughton, Encounter Walking Trail, and Broughton to Fisherman's Bay Walk. The history of Port Broughton is revealed as you walk around this small town. Along the way you will see historic landmarks such as where the Old Station was (1885), the original Council Chambers (1895), the restored Cottage (1898) and the various churches...
Port Broughton Historic Walking Trail
Bay Street, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
61-08-8635 2261
visitor@barungawest.sa.gov.au
There are three walking trails in Port Broughton: Walk around Broughton, Encounter Walking Trail, and Broughton to Fisherman's Bay Walk. The history of Port Broughton is revealed as you walk around this small town. Along the way you will see historic landmarks such as where the Old Station was (1885), the original Council Chambers (1895), the restored Cottage (1898) and the various churches (1885 to 1902). You can also walk the jetty and follow the foreshore to the boat ramp and via John Lewis Drive to the Bayside Caravan Park. Printed leaflets are available for each walk, which all feature interpretive signs along the way.
Port Broughton Visitor Outlet
Port Broughton Community Hall, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
Port Broughton Visitor Outlet is situated within Community Hall, alongside the chemist on Mackay Street. The Port Broughton Visitor Information Outlet offers tourist information. Stop for a while and have a chat to one of the friendly local volunteers, who will be able to assist with any queries. Local and regional information guides and maps are available.
Port Broughton Visitor Outlet
Port Broughton Community Hall, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
visitor@barungawest.sa.gov.au
Port Broughton Visitor Outlet is situated within Community Hall, alongside the chemist on Mackay Street. The Port Broughton Visitor Information Outlet offers tourist information. Stop for a while and have a chat to one of the friendly local volunteers, who will be able to assist with any queries. Local and regional information guides and maps are available.
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Beach Discovery Tour, Port Broughton - 'Fun in the Sun', Coastal Councils Summer Coastcare Program
Port Broughton Coastal Display Garden, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
Become an eco-warrior on your Yorke Peninsula holiday by joining in on the coastal Councils Summer Coastcare program – “Fun in the Sun”, and learn about the coastal environment and how you can be a environmentally friendly tourist . Learn about Yorke Peninsula’s coastal environment from an experienced Coastcare Officer who will show you how to care for the precious co...
Beach Discovery Tour, Port Broughton - 'Fun in the Sun', Coastal Councils Summer Coastcare Program
Port Broughton Coastal Display Garden, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
Become an eco-warrior on your Yorke Peninsula holiday by joining in on the coastal Councils Summer Coastcare program – “Fun in the Sun”, and learn about the coastal environment and how you can be a environmentally friendly tourist . Learn about Yorke Peninsula’s coastal environment from an experienced Coastcare Officer who will show you how to care for the precious coastline – the Yorke Peninsula has over 700 kilometres of coastline, and is surrounded by Gulf St Vincent and Spencer Gulf. Discover the nature of our coastal dune systems, including the important role of plants, weather and human activity on them as well as management strategies used to protect these vital features of our coast. Get involved in beach bingo to learn more. All activities are free so it is important to book ahead as participant places are limited. We very much look forward to seeing you at ‘Fun in the Sun’ this summer.
Clements Gap Conservation Park
Port Broughton to Port Pirie Road, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
Clements Gap Conservation Park is a 15 minute drive north of Port Broughton. The park is a largely undisturbed 11 square kilometres of South Australian remnant bushland. The only remaining building at Clements Gap is the Uniting Church. The Church is still used today for monthly services and weddings. The Conservation Park is home to a wide variety of plants and is bursting with wildflowers in spr...
Clements Gap Conservation Park
Port Broughton to Port Pirie Road, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
61-08-8635 2261
visitor@barungawest.sa.gov.au
Clements Gap Conservation Park is a 15 minute drive north of Port Broughton. The park is a largely undisturbed 11 square kilometres of South Australian remnant bushland. The only remaining building at Clements Gap is the Uniting Church. The Church is still used today for monthly services and weddings. The Conservation Park is home to a wide variety of plants and is bursting with wildflowers in spring time. Visitors can enjoy the ‘photo point’ poles which have been erected throughout the park, allowing visitors to take preset photographs.
Fishing For The Future, Port Broughton - 'Fun in the Sun', Coastal Councils Summer Coastcare Program
Port Broughton Caravan Park Camp Kitchen, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
Become an eco-warrior on your Yorke Peninsula holiday by joining in on the coastal Councils Summer Coastcare program – “Fun in the Sun”, and learn about the coastal environment and how you can be a environmentally friendly tourist . Learn about Yorke Peninsula’s coastal environment from an experienced Coastcare Officer who will show you how to care for the precious co...
Fishing For The Future, Port Broughton - 'Fun in the Sun', Coastal Councils Summer Coastcare Program
Port Broughton Caravan Park Camp Kitchen, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
Become an eco-warrior on your Yorke Peninsula holiday by joining in on the coastal Councils Summer Coastcare program – “Fun in the Sun”, and learn about the coastal environment and how you can be a environmentally friendly tourist . Learn about Yorke Peninsula’s coastal environment from an experienced Coastcare Officer who will show you how to care for the precious coastline – the Yorke Peninsula has over 700 kilometres of coastline, and is surrounded by Gulf St Vincent and Spencer Gulf. Fisheries rules and regulations help manage the State’s recreational fisheries in a sustainable way to ensure we have “fish for the future”. In “Fishing for the Future” activity participants will learn about these rules and regulations while participating in a virtual fishing game. This activity is delivered by our South Australian Fishcare Volunteers. All activities are free so it is important to book ahead as participant places are limited. We very much look forward to seeing you at ‘Fun in the Sun’ this summer.
Palate 2 Palette
6 Bay Street, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
Palate 2 Palette is located in the main street of Port Broughton with views of the bay and jetty. Owners, Grant and Helen Rowlands, have renovated and redesigned a 100 year old building to accommodate a restaurant, wine bar, coffee lounge and art gallery featuring works by established and emerging artists. Palate 2 Palette offers a fresh innovative menu influenced by the tastes and flavours of As...
Palate 2 Palette
6 Bay Street, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
61-08-8635 2552
palate2palette@bigpond.com
Palate 2 Palette is located in the main street of Port Broughton with views of the bay and jetty. Owners, Grant and Helen Rowlands, have renovated and redesigned a 100 year old building to accommodate a restaurant, wine bar, coffee lounge and art gallery featuring works by established and emerging artists. Palate 2 Palette offers a fresh innovative menu influenced by the tastes and flavours of Asia and Europe, fine wines, great coffee, good art and on the first Sunday of the month live music from 2pm to 5pm, to provide a feast for all the senses.
Port Broughton Annual Rubber Duck Race
Port Broughton Foreshore, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
The Port Broughton Annual Rubber Duck Race is on again at the Port Broughton foreshore. Race a yellow plastic duck for the shore and raise funds for the Port Broughton Sailing & Boat Club Inc. Enter a duck for AUD3.00 and collect it after the race. There are prizes for the first 10 ducks home. This is good old fashioned and inexpensive fun for families. Enjoy free games on the foreshore like...
Port Broughton Annual Rubber Duck Race
Port Broughton Foreshore, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
61-08-8635 2854
tricshanurk@hotmail.com
The Port Broughton Annual Rubber Duck Race is on again at the Port Broughton foreshore. Race a yellow plastic duck for the shore and raise funds for the Port Broughton Sailing & Boat Club Inc. Enter a duck for AUD3.00 and collect it after the race. There are prizes for the first 10 ducks home. This is good old fashioned and inexpensive fun for families. Enjoy free games on the foreshore like a duck and spoon race, duck in a bucket race, duck on the head race and the Yellow Duck Hunt around Port Broughton. Sausage sizzle lunch available. And back again for another year are the big duck sculptures. Experience Port Broughton's own 'Race Day on the Bay'.
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Beach Discovery Tour, Port Broughton - 'Fun in the Sun', Coastal Councils Summer Coastcare Program
Port Broughton Coastal Display Garden, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
Become an eco-warrior on your Yorke Peninsula holiday by joining in on the coastal Councils Summer Coastcare program – “Fun in the Sun”, and learn about the coastal environment and how you can be a environmentally friendly tourist . Learn about Yorke Peninsula’s coastal environment from an experienced Coastcare Officer who will show you how to care for the precious co...
Beach Discovery Tour, Port Broughton - 'Fun in the Sun', Coastal Councils Summer Coastcare Program
Port Broughton Coastal Display Garden, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
Become an eco-warrior on your Yorke Peninsula holiday by joining in on the coastal Councils Summer Coastcare program – “Fun in the Sun”, and learn about the coastal environment and how you can be a environmentally friendly tourist . Learn about Yorke Peninsula’s coastal environment from an experienced Coastcare Officer who will show you how to care for the precious coastline – the Yorke Peninsula has over 700 kilometres of coastline, and is surrounded by Gulf St Vincent and Spencer Gulf. Discover the nature of our coastal dune systems, including the important role of plants, weather and human activity on them as well as management strategies used to protect these vital features of our coast. Get involved in beach bingo to learn more. All activities are free so it is important to book ahead as participant places are limited. We very much look forward to seeing you at ‘Fun in the Sun’ this summer.
Fishing For The Future, Port Broughton - 'Fun in the Sun', Coastal Councils Summer Coastcare Program
Port Broughton Caravan Park Camp Kitchen, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
Become an eco-warrior on your Yorke Peninsula holiday by joining in on the coastal Councils Summer Coastcare program – “Fun in the Sun”, and learn about the coastal environment and how you can be a environmentally friendly tourist . Learn about Yorke Peninsula’s coastal environment from an experienced Coastcare Officer who will show you how to care for the precious co...
Fishing For The Future, Port Broughton - 'Fun in the Sun', Coastal Councils Summer Coastcare Program
Port Broughton Caravan Park Camp Kitchen, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
Become an eco-warrior on your Yorke Peninsula holiday by joining in on the coastal Councils Summer Coastcare program – “Fun in the Sun”, and learn about the coastal environment and how you can be a environmentally friendly tourist . Learn about Yorke Peninsula’s coastal environment from an experienced Coastcare Officer who will show you how to care for the precious coastline – the Yorke Peninsula has over 700 kilometres of coastline, and is surrounded by Gulf St Vincent and Spencer Gulf. Fisheries rules and regulations help manage the State’s recreational fisheries in a sustainable way to ensure we have “fish for the future”. In “Fishing for the Future” activity participants will learn about these rules and regulations while participating in a virtual fishing game. This activity is delivered by our South Australian Fishcare Volunteers. All activities are free so it is important to book ahead as participant places are limited. We very much look forward to seeing you at ‘Fun in the Sun’ this summer.
Port Broughton Annual Rubber Duck Race
Port Broughton Foreshore, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
The Port Broughton Annual Rubber Duck Race is on again at the Port Broughton foreshore. Race a yellow plastic duck for the shore and raise funds for the Port Broughton Sailing & Boat Club Inc. Enter a duck for AUD3.00 and collect it after the race. There are prizes for the first 10 ducks home. This is good old fashioned and inexpensive fun for families. Enjoy free games on the foreshore like...
Port Broughton Annual Rubber Duck Race
Port Broughton Foreshore, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
61-08-8635 2854
tricshanurk@hotmail.com
The Port Broughton Annual Rubber Duck Race is on again at the Port Broughton foreshore. Race a yellow plastic duck for the shore and raise funds for the Port Broughton Sailing & Boat Club Inc. Enter a duck for AUD3.00 and collect it after the race. There are prizes for the first 10 ducks home. This is good old fashioned and inexpensive fun for families. Enjoy free games on the foreshore like a duck and spoon race, duck in a bucket race, duck on the head race and the Yellow Duck Hunt around Port Broughton. Sausage sizzle lunch available. And back again for another year are the big duck sculptures. Experience Port Broughton's own 'Race Day on the Bay'.
Winter Family Fun Fishing Competition
Bay Street, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
The annual Winter Family Fun Fishing Competition in Port Broughton is a fundraising event for the Port Broughton Sailing and Boat Club Inc. The event attracts anglers from all over South Australia. It is a fun weekend for all the family and includes kids, adults, and jetty/shore sections. Prizes, trophies and shields are presented to winners. Free activities during the weekend are held for kids...
Winter Family Fun Fishing Competition
Bay Street, Port Broughton South Australia 5522
61-08-8635 2854
tricshanurk@hotmail.com
The annual Winter Family Fun Fishing Competition in Port Broughton is a fundraising event for the Port Broughton Sailing and Boat Club Inc. The event attracts anglers from all over South Australia. It is a fun weekend for all the family and includes kids, adults, and jetty/shore sections. Prizes, trophies and shields are presented to winners. Free activities during the weekend are held for kids at the Community Hall. Adult boat: AUD5.00 Adult jetty/shore: AUD3.00 Kids: AUD1.00

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