Venus Bay Beachfront Tourist Park
EYRE PENINSULA, SOUTH AUSTRALIA
The perfect place to fish, surf, explore, or just relax.
Stay with us at Venus Bay Beachfront Tourist Park on the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia, and make holiday memories to last forever.
From our absolute beachfront location you can explore the Talia Caves, Mt Camel Beach, Port Kenny, Weyland Peninsula, Lake Newland Conservation Park and much more.
Renowned for fishing, water sports, 4-wheel driving, abundant wildlife, spectacular clifftop scenery and magnificent sunsets, Venus Bay in South Australia is a favourite holiday destination for all generations.
With budget, ensuite, deluxe and beachside cabins as well as a range of powered sites and beachfront sites for caravans, motorhomes and RV’s, take advantage of our affordable boat hire, camp kitchen, BBQ’s and kiosk.
Relax and enjoy the fresh sea breezes, explore the endless sand dunes, scenic trails, calm bay water activities or take the road behind town to the nearby cliffs for a spectacular view of the southern ocean.
We’re located right on the beach, just 45 minutes north of Elliston, and 1 hour south of Streaky Bay. Pet friendly sites available. Book Online today.
Enjoy magnificent sunsets, scenic walking trails and our tranquil bay for swimming, kayaking and waterskiing. Catch abundant fish and explore Islands.
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