Belair National Park
Explore, Relax & Play in South Australia’s Belair National Park
Stay 6 pay for 7
July/August Winter warmer Deal (Excludes July school holidays)
Pay 3 stay 4
Available for all types of accommodation
Single unpowered campers $15
Single campers powered $25
Belair Holiday Park
Belair Holiday Park
Belair National Park
Belair National Park Holiday Park
Belair National Park, South Australia
Situated in the beautiful Belair National Park this holiday park is made for those looking to surround themselves in the gorgeous wilderness of South Australia.
Ideal for families, couple getaways and nature lovers; we’ve designed this accomodation to truly allow you to be one with nature. With cabins, glamping, tents, cottages and spaces for camping there is an accomodation option for everyone.
We accommodate international travels from all over the world as well as cater for locals looking for a great destination for their weekend escape.
About the Belair National Park Holiday Park
Belair National Park Holiday Park is a family owned and run holiday park, where the owners live on site and have a true passion for their park, Adelaide and South Australia’s wonderful outdoors.
Belair National Park was proclaimed as the first national park in South Australia, second in Australia and eighth in the world! It is the ideal base for those wanting to escape to nature and is the perfect base to explore Adelaide and it’s regions. We are near a collection of fantastic eateries and attractions, whilst also being close to supermarkets, shops and other essentials. Located with easy access to public transport to get to CBD by train or bus this is a great gateway to the city. It is the ideal base for those wanting to escape to nature or explore Adelaide and it’s regions.
Belair National Park
Belair National Park is a beautiful bushland only 11km from Adelaide CBD. This woodland has lakes to explore, amazing hikes, wonderful walks, biking trails, waterfall lookouts and more.
With an abundance of wild Australian animals such as cuddly koalas, wandering emus, beautiful kangaroos, playful rainbow lorikeets and more; there is always an animal to spot!
Belair National Park Holiday Park Activities
Guests can traverse the many walking trails located in the National Park, enjoy the many bike trails, explore the greater Adelaide and it’s surroundings, relax by our pool, enjoy picnics in the park, play in the playground, cook up a great meal at the free gas BBQ’s, and explore the amazing Belair National Park.
Belair National Park Holiday Park Accommodation Options
Belair National Park Holiday Park has a range of accommodation options to suit any traveller looking to stay.
We have a range of cabins available (some of which are pet friendly), glamping tents or cottages. You may prefer to bring your own tent or caravan and stay on one of our sixty large private shady sites set amongst the Belair National Park Holiday Park.
Immersed in nature
The Belair National Park Holiday Park is perfectly located for nature lovers. Explore the Adelaide Hills, Barossa region and the Fleurieu Peninsula. South Australia is a perfect state to adventure and this Holiday Park is your gateway to explore it! With plenty of walking trails and a huge variety of bike tracks it has everything for any lover of the outdoors.
Bike Trails Tracks
Belair National Park has some incredible bike tracks ranging in difficulty from easy to more challenging tracks for the more adventurous. With the most beautiful views, an abundance of wildlife and the well designed courses makes this place truly a great experience for bikers. There are enough tracks to easily spend a week here with a different track to keep you challenged every day! We are also a central hub to countless well known tracks in the Adelaide Hills. Check out Adelaide MTB Trails
Walking and hiking trails
There are many defined and marked walking/hiking trails that provide opportunities to explore the park’s wonderful flora and fauna. The Wood Duck Walk is a simple 15 minute loop around Playford Lake suitable for less mobile patrons and provides on-site information about the sites common water birds. The Waterfall Hike is an example of a more demanding trail being 6.5 km (approx three hours). Go echidna spotting or find a bandicoot; there is always something different to see. Dawn or dusk walks bring a beautiful perspective into natures playground.
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Walking trail App
The Avenza app has bike and walking trails of Belair National Park available for you to easily navigate the park. Open the Avenza App & click shopping icon, click “find” and type “Belair National Park Holiday Park”, click and install. You can now view the map without an internet connection.
The Belair National Park Holiday Park is a great spot for not only hikers and bikers but photographers and sightseeing opportunities. We also provide a great hub for easy access to amazing wineries and eateries in the Belair area and the greater Adelaide region. We make a great base for the Adelaide Fringe, Womadelaide, V8 Races and all Adelaide festivals and events!
Our holiday park is designed to be perfect for family holidays, relaxation as well as overseas travellers looking to explore South Australia.
Windy Point Restaurant
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Accommodating for all
The Belair National Park Holiday Park accommodates solo travellers, couples & families as well as small and large groups. Our well equipped camp kitchen also allows for bus and school camp groups! We are also dog friendly! With dog friendly cabins we’ll make sure your fluffy friend has a great stay as well.
Belair National Park Holiday Park Facilities
Belair National Park Holiday Park is designed to ensure that visitors can stay in the most comfortable way possible that enables you to truly immerse yourself in the gorgeous national park. We want guests to enjoy all the luxuries when camping so you can stay as long as you want with all the facilities you will need; whilst never taking away from the beautiful surrounds.
Free Gas BBQ’s
Fire Pits (winter)
Kiosk, Ice, LPG Gas
Belair National Park Holiday Park Location
South Australia's Belair National Park is a large and beautiful place so finding your way to the Belair National Park Holiday Park might be tricky.
How to get to Belair National Park Holiday Park from Freeway
When driving from the freeway take Upper Sturt Rd by taking the Crafers/Belair exit.
How to get to the Belair National Park Holiday Park from Adelaide City
The entrance to the Belair National Park Holiday Park is on Upper Sturt Rd on the east side. Across the entrance is Woodlark Grove.
If heading from Adelaide City it is only an 11km drive. Simply head down Unley Rd, which turns into Belair Rd. Take a left on Blythewood Rd till you meet a roundabout where you will take the third exit onto McLaren St. Stay on this road till you get onto Old Belair Rd.
Old Belair Rd can be quite windy so vans may prefer Belair Rd or Shepherds Hill Rd, depending on where you are driving from.
Turn left onto James Rd and keep driving forward as it becomes Upper Sturt Rd. Continue on this and you will see the entrance to your left.