A wonderful little park in the foothills of Adelaide. Visited on a Sunday morning, and walked the park, and encountered many fellow walkers, dogs and cyclists all out enjoying the sun. There are a number of defined trails, including the Yurrebilla that go through here. Plenty of picnic facilities as well if you wanted to stop and watch the world... 更多
This is a great place to stay when coming to Adelaide, the setting makes you think that you are a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Friendly helpful staff, and all amenities are clean and tidy.
loved this caravan park as we prefer a bit of space and trees. Great facilities and amenities and not over crowded. staff were very friendly and helpful. Would definitely stay here again
Stayed in Adelaide for a few days for work and the usual hotel I stay in was fully booked, so I thought I would stay close to my parents house (to borrow their car) and I stayed at Brownhill Creek Recreation Park. I stayed in a deluxe cabin and it was ACE! So laid back, so spacious and right need... 更多
We stayed in the cabin which were really comfortable. I loved the soft, light cotton blanket on the bed - I was very cosy and the pillows were good too. The kitchen was well equipped. A lovely quiet park, well - maintained in the hills. Loved the wild life too . The camp kitchen area is a great setting too.... 更多
When we lived interstate, or even in country SA, our 1st choice to stay was at Brownhill Creek Caravan Park, either in our own caravan when our children were young, or in a borrowed caravan later. The managers were always wonderfully helpful & treated us like old friends. The wildlife was also brilliant.
Brownhill Creek is certainly one of the first recreational parks proclaimed in South Australia, and has certainly been a favourite place to visit, to live, to work or for other reasons for longer than the few years it has been known to those of European stock - meaning, of course, us. The visible side of Brownhill Creek has been well... 更多