Nightly Accommodation Rates for persons aged 5 years and over

Description1 person2 people3 people4 people5 people
Cabin Room 1 (sleeps 3/4) Sun-Thurs $75 $75 $95 $115 n/a
Cabin Room 1 (sleeps 3/4) Fri-Sat $90 $90 $110 $130 $150
Cabin Room 2 (sleeps 5)Sun-Thurs $75 $75 $95 $115 $135
Cabin Room 2 (sleeps 5)Fri-Sat $90 $90 $110 $130 $150
Cabin Room 3 (sleeps 5)Sun-Thurs $75 $75 $95 $115 $135
Cabin Room 3 (sleeps 5)Fri-Sat $90 $90 $110 $130 $150
Bell tents (sleep 4) x 5 - Sun-Thurs $75 $75 $95 $115 n/a
Bell tents (sleep 4) x 5 - Fri-Sat $90 $90 $110 $130 $150
Onsite lakeside van (sleeps 2/3) Sun-Thurs $80 $80 $90 n/a n/a
Onsite lakeside van (sleeps 2/3) Fri-Sat $90 $90 $100 n/a n/a
Powered Site (8) $30 $30 $40 $50 $60
Unpowered Site (30) $20 $20 $30 $40 $50
Self-contained motorhomes/vans
(inc water but no power/facilities) CMCA Members only
$10 $10 $20 $30 n/a
Delux Upgrade
(breakfast, firewood, fresh linen and a bottle of wine on arrival)
$50 per room/tent (2 breakfasts - Extra breakfasts $10 each)
$50 $50 $100 $100 n/a
Per kg
cured and split redgum, $20 per trolley (25kg)
Per load
(Combined 5-6kg washer dryers)
Camp Kitchen - powered and unpowered sites
Per day - includes Gas BBQs, hotplates, fridges, TV, hotwater etc. Included Free of Charge for Cabin Room and Bell tent guests

Terms and Conditions, etc

Prices shown are for bookings made using this website ( only. Bookings made through other online sites such as or carry a 10% surcharge to cover commissions payable to these sites.


Room and Bell Tent prices include linen (unless otherwise specified or agreed). Daily housekeeping maintains the rooms and bathrooms 365 days per year and is included in the accommodation cost.


This facility is staffed 24 hours per day by 2 permanent onsite managers. Check-ins are permitted between 2.00pm and 8.00pm 7 days per week. Late check-ins will incur a $25 fee unless a prior agreement has been reached.


This is an enviro-friendly location that does not have rubbish collection services. You are required to take whatever rubbish you bring with you and dispose of it offsite - such as in council rubbish bins in Penola or Naracoorte. The only exception is drink containers - cans and Bottles can be left in marked containers.

Pet Policy

Coonawarra Bush Holiday Park allows pets. All animals must be kept under control. That includes not harrassing our cats or attacking our dog. Pets are also not permitted to chase or harass any local wildlife. Pets are not to be left unattended in the park at any time except by prior arrangement and are strictly forbidden from entering shower/toilet units, bedrooms, tents or laundry. Pets can sleep in the Dog's Bar at night. Guests are responsible for ensuring all animal waste is removed, bagged and binned off-site. Any animal causing undue noise or damage at any time will result in the owner being asked to leave with no refund. The Dog's Bar is the night quarters of the park's resident pooches, who will bark if approached after office hours. If you do not like dogs you can request park management to chain up dogs, who may comply depending on circumstances at their complete discretion.

Bookings and Cancellations 

A booking is for one vehicle. Bookings begin when you arrive and end at 11.30am the following day. All bookings must be paid in advance. If a booking is cancelled longer than 14 days out, 25% of the booking is due. If cancelled less than than 14 days and more than 2 days out, 50% of the booking is due. If a booking is cancelled within 2 days of arrival, the full amount remains payable. Refunds do not apply to early departure. No refunds are available due to inclement weather which is beyond our control.

Acceptance of personal liability

Coonawarra Bush Holiday Park is situated in the wild and contains many potential hazards, including but not limited to: bushfires,snakes, poisonous insects, uneven ground and wombat holes, falling tree limbs, deep and dangerous unfenced water holes, thick scrub with and without tracks, barbed and electrical fences, farm equipment etc. By entering the park you volunteer to accept these risks and agree not to hold the park owners and managers liable in any way for any harm that could reasonably be foreseen in a bushland and or farming environment.


Fires can only be lit in the provided fire drums (which can be moved) and should be returned when finished. No fires allowed when fire regulations in force. Fallen wood can be collected for use in fire drums or cut wood can be purchased from office. No chainsaws without prior approval of management. No felling trees at any time.

Power points

If you have booked an unpowered site, you are not permitted to access any of the parks powerpoints, except in the bathroom and only while you are in there. This includes powerpoints in the Dog's Bar, and also includes but is not limited to phone chargers.


There is a $25 fee for camp kitchen left dirty or items not put away. There is a $25 fee for bathrooms left untidy. There is a $25 fee for BBQ's that are not cleaned after use. Park management reserves the right to charge these fees when in their opinion it is merited.


The park is blessed with several mobs of wallbies and eastern grey kangaroos, emus and wombats. Do not chase, shoot, feed or harass these or any other native wildlife.

Heritage bushland (North and north east of park)

Inside the fenced heritage bushland (170 acres) special rules apply. No fires, no rubbish. Please ask management about what activities are allowed from season to season.


Management reserves the right to terminate a site booking without compensation where the unreasonable behaviour of the persons named on the booking or their guests may impair the enjoyment, comfort or health of other guests or residents. No refunds will be given and charges will apply for any damage caused.


Any damage caused by a guest will be paid for by the person who made the booking. The park reserves all of its legal rights to recover damage caused unlawfully.

* Notes:
Prices quoted include GST and are valid from November 1, 2016 to December 31, 2017.