Port Germein is the Heart of the Southern Flinders and home to the Longest Wooden Jetty in the Southern Hemisphere!
Where the Flinders Ranges truly meet the sea, Port Germein is a small sea-side town in South Australia located about 260 kilometres north of Adelaide and about 19 kilometres north of the city of Port Pirie on the eastern side of South Australia’s Spencer Gulf overlooking Germein Bay.
Port Germein was originally settled as a deep sea trading port in the late 1800’s. It is now a peaceful seaside town also famous for our Blue Swimmer Crabs, with a range of outdoor activities including heritage sites and beachside adventures.
Our Mediterranean climate provides for mild winters and hot, dry summers, meaning the ‘great outdoors’ is easy to enjoy.
Whether you want a week or a weekend away with your partner or a fun family holiday we offer a range of facilities to make your trip one to remember for all the right reasons.
Stay with us a while and enjoy the peace of Port Germein whilst exploring the region. We offer Powered Sites, Non Powered Sites, Ensuite Cabins, Economy Cabins, New Amenities Block including Accessible Toilet and Shower.
There is always plenty to do in and around Port Germein!
With safe beaches and fishing on one side and the Southern Flinders Ranges right at our back door. You can quickly realise a day is not enough time to take in all the town, and the region has to offer.
Our Park is situated right on the foreshore. We have an idyllic location and comfortable facilities with mediterranean weather. Check out our park map, terms and conditions, weather information and winter specials
Enjoy the cooler seasons with us yarning by the fire.
Our Winter Season specials apply to sites only.
“The owners are friendly and helpful. The amenities are new and very clean. They have little wagons so you can pull your fishing gear down the longest wooden bridge. The park fills up quickly in the evenings. Would definitely recommend this spot.”
Natasha Widermanski 5/5
“We passed through this place for an overnight stay.
The place was across from the jetty..perfect location…Daniel the caravan park manager was nice enough to share his crab catching skills and gave us the tools we needed to try it for ourselves…we loved the experience and met so many lovely locals along the jetty.
Daniel helped set up the crab pot which is conveniently located in the communal area of the caravan park.
Feel Blessed to have met Daniel and the other great locals who helped make a short stay an enjoyable one…
Paula & Fred”
“This place is absolutely awesome. It’s a short walk to the jetty and a playground for the kids. The amenities are are spotless, and there’s such a nice vibe here. I’d definitely come and spend some time here!”Ash D 5/5
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