Brinkworth, South Australia

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Welcome to our community-run short stay caravan and camping park. 
Please enjoy the facilities and our friendly little community.

PLEASE NOTE: The camp site is fully booked for Friday night, April 17th 2020 for a community event on the 18th

WE NOW HAVE A DUMP POINT
Thanks to the CMCA and Lend a Hand Foundation (Snowtown) for their sponsorship of this much-requested facility.

PUBLIC NOTICES

For your information, should you be in Brinkworth:
The 2019/2020 Pool Season, coming soon.
VISITORS (need to be accompanied by a key holder)
$5 Adult
$3 Child

Brinkworth CFS notice
2 years ago our fire siren did not work, this was replaced and was inadequate as far as residents being able to hear it.
The old one has now been removed and repaired and has been reinstalled. 
A massive thank you to local CFS members Bob Wyatt, Benny Mills, Clare Metal Fabrications, Tom Weckert and Mills Freightlines.
The siren will be tested every Tuesday evening at 7.30pm during the summer months then on the first Tuesday of the month during the winter.
Please note: in the event of a fire threatening the town the siren will be on continuously, day or night.

Street Library, Cafe For Ewe and Junction Hotel are on Main Street 

 

Travellers' Short Stay Park

 

Keys : 88462173, 0427462023 or 88462260

 

Please read these rules carefully: 
ALL VEHICLES must be registered and roadworthy to enter the site 
BASIC CAMPING + shower:  Donation ($6 per night)
WITH POWER:  Donation ($12 per night)
This is a not-for-profit, community-run site. Extra donations are always welcome to help us maintain & improve the facilities.
DOGS must be kept on a leash at all times 
FIRES PROHIBITED 
PLEASE keep the area clean and tidy and place all rubbish in bins provided. 
CARAVANS are left on site at owners' own risk 
Thank you for your cooperation.

We hope you enjoy your stay!

Brinkworth Progress Association Inc.

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