It is probably a given that on your Limestone travels you will pass through Naracoorte at some stage. Either as a destination to visit the Naracoorte Caves or as a half way point as you travel further south. Whatever the reason, the Naracoorte Holiday Park is not your run-of-the-mill regional caravan park.

You may be accustomed to holiday parks having a jumping pillow and maybe a kids games room, but how about a mini golf course and a huge mini train! You don’t have to be a big train lover (but lets for a moment assume that I am….because I am) to enjoy doing a few laps with the kids around their track.

They have a large selection of modern cabins to fit any sized family which would be ideal to put the feet up while the kids run off and play. Probably the most surprising (in a good way) part of our stay was the pool. We kept getting told to go check out the pool, so we trotted to the back of the park expecting to see a fairly standard sort of holiday park pool. However at some point we were transported to a resort in Dubai with the most enormous pool, equipped with pontoon and sandy beach, that I have ever seen. You probably think I am pulling your leg but look at the photos and tell me I am wrong. I’ll wait.

The Naracoorte Holiday Park is the perfect spot. The kids had a ball using the fantastic facilities and we can’t wait to go back because there is a huge games room with snooker table, table tennis and arcades that are calling my name!

The Naracoorte Holiday Park is great if you’re considering a trip to the area. For more great tips in the Limestone Coast, be sure to check out our Limestone Coast for Kids post for heaps of other cool tips: https://kidsinadelaide.com.au/limestone-coast-for-kids/