Smoky Bay Caravan Park - Smoky Bay SA

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Smoky Bay is approximately 40kms from Ceduna. It is a friendly relaxed seaside village offering safe swimming, fishing and surfing. The town has a licensed club, store and a 9 hole golf course. The resident managers are Damien and Trish Weger. Bookings can be made at the Smoky Bay Caravan Park by phoning (08) 8625-7030 and please let the park know that you have seen their photos on Caravan Park Photos.
I have been viewing Caravan Park photos for Smoky Bay, SA. These photos are misleading because the Park has undergone a big change about 18 months ago. The beachside sites you show no longer exist as the area has been sold and redeveloped for private homes. The general scene looking into the Park is also misleading because those sites do not exist and the whole Park has been reduced from about 70 to 35 sites. You should remove these misleading scenes. However, Smoy Bay is still a nice place to visit but the park is now more congested without the open sea views we previously enjoyed.  John Vine, Adelaide SA.
Whilst the grounds had no grass (who would expect it in 2009) it was very clean. The ablutions were spotless. The laundry had 2 coin operated washers and 1 dryer. The manager was extremely helpful, even came and told us to watch the sunset. The Park was full but he managed to fit us in in the overflow section. We will certainly be returning. Colleen & Ross Morton, Perth WA.

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Contact and Location
Smoky Bay Caravan Park
64 South Tce - S
Smoky Bay SA 5680
P: 08 8625 7030
F: 08 8625 7030
GPS:-32.37706,133.934381
GPS:S32 22 37,E133 56 03
GPS:S32 22.6236,E133 56.0629

  1. Shirley o' Connor  of  Wangaratta Victoria Sun August 23, 2015 at 8:16 PM

    Excellent Park beautiful sunsets and exceptional owners, the park is so clean , the scenery mind blowing, walk the pier, walk the beach and eat the Oysters the whole experience and the Oysters are yummy. On our way back that is where we will be staying.
    Chris and Sirley
  2. Webshouse  of  Roaming Australia Tue April 1, 2014 at 7:13 PM

    Love this place, First found it as www.smokybaycaravanpark.com.au I will definatly be back
  3. Rhonda Surman  of  South Australia Sun October 28, 2012 at 3:38 PM

    Rhonda Surman South Australia
    In relation to Jean's comments regarding noise level at the park are unfounded. If they had been coming to the park for 15 years as stated they would be aware of the sunset ceremony. This was their first year in the park in March and they did not endear themselves to any us. The reason for not returning the deposit, again, if you had stayed there before you would know the process that the $100 deposit carries over until the next year to hold your site again. So infact you only get a refund when you cancel your site and do not return. We are booked each year the same time into the park and love it , the general store, the community club, the people, etc we catch up with friends we have made from all over Australia while enjoying the beautiful waters of Smoky Bay. You could not ask for better anywhere.
  4. Allen  of  gerringong nsw Wed August 1, 2012 at 5:35 PM

    we have just stayed at this park. New Owners Couldn't do enough for you. Very pleasant very clean and good camp kitchen. Worth a stay
  5. Heather  of  Yanchep WA Fri June 8, 2012 at 12:22 PM

    Great place, caravan park is peaceful and close to the ocean. Amenities were very good, clean and lovely hot showers. Owners friendly and helpful. Came for a couple of days but probably stay at least a week.
  6. jean allen  of  sth aust Thu March 29, 2012 at 9:39 AM

    Have been coming to smoky bay on and off for the last 15 years. It has always been a great place to visit and a fantastic place for fishing. Apart from the caravan park getting smaller not too much has changed. It still has the shellgrit sites. The toilet blocks are clean as is the camp kitchen. My dissapointment was in the park owner who insisted on making a load of noise to combat what he said was a bird problem. The measures he used were an air horn, a whip which he cracked and most disturbing of all was the 22calibre firearm which he discharged into the trees, usually behind our van after we complained. Hubby asked him at one stage whether we had the only tree with birds in it. This went on for an hour each evening around seven til dark. Some might call it entertainment. I call it a unessasary noise. The other issue was to do with our deposit which was not repaid until the last week of fees were paid. If you wanted to leave for any reason, he had your money. We won't be back until the park has changed hands. Hopefully it will sell quickly.
  7. vicki franks  of  adelaide Fri February 24, 2012 at 4:27 PM

    I use to come here every christmas about 35 yrs ago and boy has it changed ther was no power and just a paddock when I first started going there as a kid.
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