Levi adelaide holiday park

Adelaide Caravan Park in a riverside location

Just a short bus ride away from Adelaide Zoo, Botanic Gardens and Adelaide CBD.

Levi Adelaide Holiday Park (formerly Levi Caravan Park) is one of Adelaide’s finest holiday parks, set in a tranquil location on the banks of River Torrens only 4km from the heart of the city.  Stay with us in a heritage apartment, riverside villa, cabin, caravan or tent, and enjoy the perfect base for exploring Adelaide and surrounding attractions.

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Levi Adelaide Accommodation


A range of apartment, villa and cabin accommodation options for every traveller. For a city holiday or short-stay, your home away from home.

Levi Adelaide Sites


Ensuite powered sites, plus shady gravel and grassed powered sites for all-sized caravans, motorhomes, RV’s, camper trailers and tents. 

Levi Adelaide Facilities


Modern amenities, brand new swimming pool, camp kitchen, free Wi-Fi, playground, tennis court, guest laundries, children’s bathroom and special access bathroom.

Adelaide Caravan Park situated on the bank of the River Torrens

Welcome to our tranquil piece of paradise, the Levi Adelaide Holiday Park. It’s the perfect base to launch your daily trips, central to the city, beaches and zoo. Nestled on the bank of River Torrens, our beautiful gardens and trees offer summer shade and walking paths on your doorstep. In a peaceful setting with well-maintained grounds and lots of bird life, you may even spot a koala. Follow the river pathway from your accommodation into the city passing the Adelaide Zoo, Botanical Gardens and other well-known Adelaide landmarks on your journey.

Heritage apartments, peaceful villas, cabins and sites

Stay in our heritage apartments in historic Vale House, peaceful villas, cabins or sites for guests looking for caravanning and in Adelaide. Facilities include swimming pool, electric BBQs, camp kitchen, Wi-Fi, modern amenities, guest laundry and children’s playground.  View our park map here.

A hidden gem close to the CBD

If it’s convenience you’re after, it’s easy to find your way with public transport from the park to the city. Take a short 15 minute stroll along the river to the fast O’Bahn busway to a shopping centre or Adelaide CBD where you meet for appointments or shop till you drop. Day tours can also be arranged.

Contact our friendly team with any questions or view our online booking page to lock in your dates.

Enjoy our leafy, riverside oasis in the centre of Adelaide


Do you allow dogs?

Looking for a pet friendly caravan park in Adelaide? We allow small dogs and pets to stay subject to our terms and conditions.

Pet Friendly stays are available if you’re in your own caravan or tent or our converted pet-friendly cabins.

Approval is at the Manager’s discretion and must be sought at the time of booking.

How far is Levi Adelaide Holiday Park from Adelaide CBD?

The distance between Adelaide CBD and Levi Adelaide Holiday Park is 4 km, and takes 10 minutes to drive.  The bus stop is just a short walk away from the park and takes you straight to the CBD.

Is Levi Adelaide Holiday Park popular with families?

Yes, many families stay at Levi Adelaide Holiday Park and enjoy our kid-friendly facilities. Many guests stay here for short visits to Adelaide, festivals, cricket, footy and for medical appointments. It is the perfect base to explore Adelaide’s attractions like the zoo, botanic gardens, restaurants and beaches.


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featuring heritage-listed
vale house
vale house home

Adelaide’s earliest colonial residence, Vale House has been lovingly restored to offer all the luxuries we expect today with all the charm of days gone by.

Built in the mid 1850’s and now adapted into four separate Heritage Apartments promoting the period features of the building plus a gallery of early artworks

Vale House is listed on the South Australian Heritage Register and The National Estate.

After being purchased in 1853 by Philip Levi, a well known influential businessman and pastoralist, Vale House became a popular centre of social activity for the Adelaide gentry.

The spacious rooms and elegant ballroom hosted celebrations of all descriptions. Many a red jacketed rider enjoyed a stirrup cup under the shade of the enormous Morten Bay Fig tree, before setting out on the many fox hunts that began at Vale House.

Vale House remained in the Levi family until 1948 when Philip’s sole surviving niece left the property to the Walkerville Council.

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