The Kapunda Tourist Park is nestled between the famous Barossa and Clare Valley wine areas and is the ideal place to visit if you’re into fine wines, copper mines and relaxing times. Only 80 klms from Adelaide, Kapunda is the oldest mining town in Australia and one of South Australia’s best kept secrets. You are sure to enjoy all the scenic walks and drives as well as exploring the many heritage opportunities available in the area.

The park is pet friendly and offers a modern and spacious setting with a range of camping and caravan sites, cabins and cottages. Situated in the heart of town in the historic Dutton Park area means the park is within close proximity to everything Kapunda has to offer. There are plenty of grassed and flat, shady powered and unpowered sites that suit tent campers through to those with motorhomes and big rigs.

The Kapunda Tourist Park boasts modern amenities that are clean and well maintained, all of which are listed below. The golf coarse is situated adjacent the park and there are tennis courts, a skate park, swimming pool and a playground and picnic area all within a short walking distance.

If your looking for a night out of the van or to catch up with family and friends who aren’t the avid camper, there is also a large range of onsite cabins and cottages available to suit all budgets and styles.

Your hosts Emma and Brad are friendly, welcoming and will ensure your stay is hassle free. They will happily give you advice and handy hints on the local tourist attractions and all the best places to visit, like conquering the nearby Mawson and Heysen walking trails.

Kapunda is well serviced for any of your essential or medical needs including a  foodworks, chemist, mechanics, bakeries, hardware and service stations plus more. Nuriootpa is only 22 klm for the larger supermarkets such as Coles, Costco and Aldi.

Head out along the Thiele Highway north of Adelaide and into Kapunda to the middle of town. Turn left on Hill Street at the Visitor information Centre (North Kapunda Hotel is on your right), Head down Hill Street past the playground and Doctors Surgery. Over the intersection on Montefiore Street and into the park entrance, through large arch gates- Dutton Park. 

Access to the site is sealed with flat bitumen entry. There is plenty of room for the large rigs with a height clearance of approx 3.4m. No boom gates so nice and relaxed with a sealed turning circle available.

Fees are from $22/night per couple for Unpowered Sites($15 Single).
From $30/night for Powered Sites; Extra guests: $5 per person (aged 4+)
Cabins and Cottages range from $95/night to $140/night -Weekdays and from $105/night to $150/night on Weekends.
Extra Adult $20/night, Extra Child (aged 4 – 17) $10/night.
Rates are based on 2 people/site per night.
Christmas, Easter, Long Weekends and Special Events – Peak Rates Apply

Please contact via the details below to confirm current rates.

Kapunda is rich and diverse in culture and history and has so much to offer visitors while a short drive will find one of Australia’s oldest and finest wine-producing regions.
Drop in to the Visitor Information Centre and grab their extensive range of tourism brochures available.

Some attractions include:
Map Kernow Statue, Kapunda Museum, Mine Square Cottage, Gundry’s Hill Lookout.
Visiting Mine Lookout/Chimney and Open Cut Mine will provide a better understanding on how the process of mining happened many years ago. 

Kapunda Heritage Trail
The trail meanders 10 km through the town, allowing you the opportunity to see some of the town’s historic places, buildings and remnants of previous lifestyles that have shaped Kapunda’s history and character.

The Barossa Valley is renowned wine producing region only 30 mins from Kapunda. Enjoy tours and cellar- door tastings. Drive the Barossa’s food and wine trails or explore the countryside by bicycle. The area is also renowned for its fresh seasonal produce, artisan food producers and award-winning restaurants.

Barossa Balloon Adventures
Offer a 1 hour sunrise hot air balloon flight with a delicious Barossa breakfast after the flight.(22km)


Opening Hours


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8:30am - 6:00pm


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8:30am - 6:00pm


8:30am - 6:00pm


8:30am - 6:00pm

Address & Contact

Our Address

Montifiore Street


-34.341093, 138.915199

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From $22

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Toilets Available
Water Filling Available
Showers Available
Drinking Water Available
Rubbish Bins Available
Dump Point Available
Power Available
Mobile Phone Reception
Pets Permitted
Suitable for Tents
Camper Trailers
Campervans & Motorhomes
Big Rig Access
On Site Accommodation
No Pets Allowed
RV Turn Around Area
RV Parking Available
Some Shade Available
Fires Permitted
Fire Restrictions Apply
Picnic Table Available
BBQ Available
Shelter Available
Nice Views From Location
Camp Kitchen
Internet Access
Generators Not Permitted


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