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Greenock Centenary Park

14 Ratings



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14 Reviews

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Luke C.
2 months ago

Does the job, if you have a caravan, RV or rooftop). Sloped site (5-10%), flush toilets, $5 nightly payment in honesty box. There's a mains water tap at the northern end of the park, near what looks... Read more

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Levi W.
5 months ago

No tents allowed

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Katie Leslie @xpdition.aus
5 months ago

Quiet shady area with lush cricket ground to run around on. There is a playground opposite the campground. Whilst the campground is on a lean, you can find plenty of level spots. A bit dusty but toilets were clean and caretaker visits twice per day. You can run a generator if needed. Be sure to visit Murray Street Wines, we had a great experience there. $10pp tasting (which comes off your purchase). Very welcoming staff and our son had fun too! Instagram: @xpdition.aus Facebook: @xpdition.aus Caravan: Network RV 22.2" 4x4: Nissan Patrol Y62 Series 5

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Michael S.
5 months ago
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Eva D.
1 year ago

Clean toilets. Plenty of sites, but not that many flat sites. Most under very tall trees so plenty of shade. Family and dog friendly. Short walk to pub. Dump point. Honesty box.

Top Questions

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Pedro K. 2 weeks ago

Hi all is there a limit to how long can stay here ?


Is this a free camp by Aircamper


Hi yes Thanks I’m aware most places have a time liner to how long you can stay by Pedro K.


Example 24 hours 72 hours 6 weeks by Pedro K.

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Lindy B. 3 months ago

I am new to camping is this something you need to book or you just turn up and hope for a spot please?


First in gets the best sites! No booking required. Honesty box! by Eva D.


Thank you by Lindy B.

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Philippa m. 2 years ago

Does this place get busy on a long weekend?


I am local and the most I have ever seen there is 19 vans. Given that, it doesn't leave that much more room and a lot of sites aren't that level. An alternative would be the Showgrounds at Kapunda. I am not a great lover of caravan parks. by Ivor Carter



10 Martin St,
off Murray St,
South Australia

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