5 easy recipes for spring and summer camping in Kingston

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  If you’re thinking about a camping trip to Kingston this summer, then you’ll want to pack food that stores and keeps easily in the warmer weather. All it takes is a little bit of preparation and thinking ahead. It feels so good to tuck into a delicious meal with family and friends on a  … Read more

Want an easy camping weekend with the family? Visit Kingston SE

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  Camping is a wonderful way to create memorable experiences for your family when your kids are younger. If you have the outdoor bug so to speak, Kingston Foreshore Caravan Park is an ideal place for a family camping weekend because it has camping sites for the: Experienced camper – powered and unpowered sites Not-so-experienced  … Read more

Kingston SE’s Annual Spring Festivals for 2019

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  Spring is in the air and the township of Kingston in South Australia is celebrating the change of seasons with our well-known festivals over the springtime. It’s a perfect opportunity to bring your family and friends to the Limestone Coast of Australia as there is something for everyone to enjoy in the region –  … Read more

Four wheel driving in Kingston and Robe? Here are Cameron’s tips

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  Cameron was born and bred in Robe on the Limestone Coast of South Australia. He knows the terrain around Robe and Kingston like the back of his hand and has traversed many roads and tracks in the area. Cameron is a friend of Kingston Foreshore Caravan Park managers, Chad and Kristy. In this blog,  … Read more

Chad and Kristy’s favourite things to do on the Coorong

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  The Coorong National Park can be accessed just past Meningie, two hours south east from Adelaide. It’s a 140 km stretch of saltwater lagoons from the Murray Mouth (where the Southern Ocean meets the Murray River) to Kingston, and is protected from the ocean by sand dunes. The Coorong is a wetland area and  … Read more

9 must see spots along the Great Ocean Road from Melbourne to Kingston

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  The Great Ocean Road is an Australian National Heritage listed drive and is the world’s largest war memorial. It was built between 1919 and 1932 by returned soldiers and dedicated to those who did not return from World War 1. It is 243 kilometres long and starts at Torquay, ending in Allansford Victoria. It  … Read more

6 winter warming recipes for your camping trip to Kingston

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  A winter camping trip is all about relaxation, rejuvenation, camp fires and good food. We have put together six of our favourite recipes that we recommend to fellow campers. We have fire drums on the camping site to cook these delicious recipes, and to make the most of your winter camping experience in Kingston  … Read more

6 warm and cosy things to do in Kingston SE this winter

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    Thinking of a winter getaway? Come and enjoy a toasty winter weekend in Kingston, on the Limestone Coast of South Australia. Although there are plenty of things to do around the Limestone Coast,  we have compiled a list of the 6 best things to do in Kingston SE over the winter, to make  … Read more

Why Grey Nomads Love the Kingston Foreshore Caravan Park

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  If you are one of those lucky retirees who has taken to the roads of Australia to explore this magnificent country we live in, then the Kingston Foreshore Caravan Park is the ideal stop over between Adelaide and Melbourne for the travelling Grey Nomad. Kingston SE is located 294 kms from Adelaide, travelling south  … Read more