In and around Clare Holiday & Caravan Park
Distance from park: 45km
The kids will love exploring the historic township of Burra. Your passport includes entry to the Burra Mine, including the dressing tower and lookout, police lockup and stables, Redruth Gaol, Hampton, brewery cellars, miners’ dugouts and smelts paddocks.
Distance from park: 71km
Visit Australia’s first plantation forest and experience its textures, sounds and aromas while you enjoy lunch in the picnic grounds. Walking trails, including the Heysen and Mawson Trails take in the Bundaleer Forest.
Distance from park: 5.5km
The Clare Golf Club is an 18 hole par 72 course with an Australian Mens Course Rating of 72.
The course is 5,899 metres and is set in the heart of the Clare Valley and is one of South Australia’s finest country courses. Set amongst vineyards, woodlands, lakes and creeks, this course provides numerous natural challenges and provides stunning scenery and the chance to see one of the many kangaroos living on the course.
Distance from park: 1km
Clare Valley Art Gallery is situated in the beautiful surrounds of the vineyards in Clare, South Australia.
The Gallery has been proud to be involved in the Indigenous art industry for over 10 years, with collections of artwork from national and internationally renowned artists as well as emerging artists.
Distance from park: 5km
The Clare Valley Model Engineers have a railway with over one kilometre of track that features several bridges and a tunnel in a 10 hectare park. The park includes a large lake, playground, a BMX bike track and walking paths.
Distance from park: 7km
There is no better way to see the Clare Valley than the 34 km Riesling Trail. Suitable for recreational walkers, tour bikes, wheelchairs and pushers. Bike hire is available from Discovery Parks – Clare.
Distance from park: 8km
Spring Gully Conservation Park has a steep, undulating terrain that leads into the creek bed of Spring Gully. From Blue Gum Lookout take a walk through grassy woodlands to a seasonal waterfall that plunges from a height of 18 metres after rain.
Enjoy a picnic or admire the wildflowers and orchids that bloom in spring. You may even see western grey kangaroos, euros and common brushtail possums.
Every Friday night the Clare Valley Wine, Food & Tourism Centre hosts the locals favorite Friday night drinks! Between 5 & 7 each week they showcase a local winery with $5 a glass and complimentary tastings of our regions local produce. Well worth a drop in.
Distance from park: 17km
Martindale Hall is a Georgian styled with Italianate influenced sandstone mansion which has significant heritage value in South Australia. Built in 1879 – 1880 for Edmund Bowman Jr. at a cost of £30,000 it has some 32 rooms and boasts a large cellar of some 7 rooms.
To visit Martindale Hall today is a unique experience of a living museum, a step back in time to the days of gracious living on a large pastoral estate late in the 1800’s to early 1900’s.
Distance from park: 15km
Lose yourself in this extraordinary living hedge maze, consisting of over 800 conifers, and enough twists and turns to stump the shrewdest of explorers. When you find your way out, check out the range of giant sized games and handmade goodies in the gift shop.
Distance from park: 4.5km
At Sevenhill Cellars, the first winery established in South Australia's Clare Valley, you can enjoy distinctive, estate-grown wines and experience their notable heritage and spiritual character.
Sevenhill was settled by the Society of Jesus in 1851 to produce sacramental wine. While this tradition continues today, Sevenhill is also highly regarded for its premium table wines, which are recognised for the regional qualities that have put the Clare Valley on the world stage.
With the Riesling Trail a stone’s throw away from the park, Clare is a cycling enthusiast's dream. Plus, there’s a newly installed bike station and plenty of bikes for hire. It’s the perfect way to spend your afternoon in the valley.
Opened in 2010, the Rattler Trail provides an extension to the Riesling Trail running south from Auburn to the town of Riverton, giving walkers and cyclists an extra 19km to get their teeth into. Not only for cyclists, it is a beautiful walking trail with scenery to delight everyone, passing through rolling farmlands, vineyards and a dairy.