space for everyone
Camping Facilities
Comforts away from home

OR CALL 08 8663 2296 or 0448 118 348

About Us

Welcome to Laura

The Laura Community Caravan Park is set in picturesque grounds at the northern approach to town, on the corner of Victoria Street and North Terrace, and just a short stroll from the town centre.

Included within the park are shady powered & unpowered sites, deluxe en-suite cabins complete with full cooking facilities, air-conditioning and linen. The undercover BBQ/camp kitchen is ideal for groups. The amenities block includes laundry facilities. An adventure playground is adjacent to the park, and includes public BBQ’s and toilets.

We are pet friendly, but ask that pets be kept on a leash and that you clean up after them. Pets are NOT permitted in cabins or other park buildings.


Location: Victoria St, LAURA SA 5480

Accommodation Options

Queen Cabin

$110 per night per couple
(extra person $12 pull out sofa)

Double Room Cabin

$110 per night per couple
($12 per extra person,
can sleep up to 6 people)

Powered Site

$30 per night per couple
($7 per extra person)

un-powered site

$20 per night per couple
($6 per extra person)

dollar wise

$10 per night
(Must be self contained. access to water and bin only)

OR CALL (08) 8663 2296 or 0448 118 348

and one of our managers will help you with your accommodation requirements.


About Laura

Laura, on the banks of the Rocky River near the start of the Flinders Ranges, 220km north of Adelaide, was named after the wife of Herbert Bristow Hughes. The first blocks of land were offered for sale in 1872, having been surveyed the previous year.

Be sure to purchase a “walking guide” from the helpful staff at the Laura Information Centre, then take a leisurely stroll around town imagining how the town looked in the days when bullock teams travelled along the wide main road, and horses were hitched to the Kurrajong trees while their owners visited the local stores. Discover Laura’s historic buildings, homes and gardens.

Laura Information Centre in the main sreet is staffed by volunteers who are keen to make your visit to Laura a most memorable one. Phone (08) 8663 2260 for further information on the delights that await you at Laura.

Boyhood Home of CJ Dennis

Local Atrractions include:

Laura is host to the annual Folk Fair which commenced in 1982 and attracts around 10,000 people to the town on the first full weekend of April each year, except when Easter falls then the event is held a week later.

The Country Music Festival is held on the last weekend in July and has become more and more popular as the years have gone by.

Be sure to include the excellent Heritage Walk through Laura which commences at the Information Centre.

Chasing family history? Researchers are welcome to contact Rocky River Historic & Arts Society on (08) 8663 2411 to access the extensive archives collection.


what our customers are saying about us…

    star rating  I am unable to beat the comments from the previous six reviews. They say it all. On a road trip with or without a caravan through the mid north -... read more

    Hart D
    November 15, 2021

    star rating  This is a very well run and well maintained park. Set amongst flower beds and shade trees, the sites are large and easy to access. To be delivered complimentary scones... read more

    October 22, 2021

    star rating  We have been here 3 times now and love the Park. Wendy and Peter were great hosts and the new Managers are great too. They still provide the scones, jam... read more

    August 28, 2021

    star rating  Just home from a wonderful 4 days at Laura caravan park. Managers take great pride in the park and ever so helpful. From getting your van on-site, fantastic scones and... read more

    April 5, 2021

Contact Us

Please use this form to contact us about anything including Accommodation requests 08 8663 2296 or 0448 118 348. We look forward to helping you