Campervan Touring Information
Just 25 minutes from the heart of Adelaide sits the 835 hectare Belair National Park. It is a hotspot for wildlife, flowers and magnificent trees. Emus, koalas, kangaroos, kookaburras, rainbow lorikeets, cockatoos, lizards and more live happily in the forests and grasslands of Belair National Park.
Sleeping koalas. Photo: firth.photography via Instagram
Here are our ten favorite walks
Rainbow Lorikeet and its nest. Photo: Australimo via Instagram
Spring flowers in Belair National Park. Photo: AmandaDudge via IG
Spring flowers in Belair National Park. Photo: charlotteMcneece via IG
A local wallaby. Photo: deysri_88 via Instagram
One of many magnificent trees within Belair. Photo: missrachael99 via IG
The walking trails are clearly marked on Google maps. If you’d prefer to download a PDF map, there are detailed maps of Belair National Park here.
Campervan travelers can spend the night at Belair National Park Caravan Park. It has a pool, playground, cam kitchen, and gas BBQs.
From Belair National Park you can begin the Hahndorf and Adelaide Hills tour which then links in to many other tours.
1678 Shute Harbour Rd, Cannon Valley, Queensland 4800 Phone: 1800 216 223
40 French Street, Eagle Farm, Queensland 4009
Phone: 1800 216 223
440 Sheridan Street, Cairns,
Queensland 4870 Phone: 1800 216 223
2/11 Northview St, Mermaid Waters QLD 4218 Phone: 1800 216 223
273 Elizabeth Street, Coburg,
Victoria 3058 Phone: 1800 216 223
23-25 Erskine Rd, Caringbah,
Sydney, NSW 2229 Phone: 1800 216 223
167 Mount Low Parkway, Townsville,
Queensland 4814 Phone: 1800 216 223