Discovery Parks - Barossa Valley

The Barossa Valley, Australia’s best-known wine region and South Australia’s most visited tourist destination, is also the home of Discovery Parks - Barossa Valley. Just a few minutes from the centre of Tanunda, the park is a great place to begin your tour.

Stay in one of our new two-person Deluxe Safari Tents, set in a private area of the park with exclusive access to an outdoor lounge, BBQ space, firepit, heated swimming pool and spa. The eco-luxe tents are set among native gum trees with vineyard views and feature hotel-standard ensuite bathrooms and a private deck.

A family adventure instead? In the family section, kids can enjoy our splashtacular waterpark (one of the largest in our network), complete with three slides, gigantic tipping bucket and more splash zones than we can count. And you can take your pick from newly launched cabins to shady powered sites.


Park Entry Price: $15.00 per person (from 3yrs ) Entry 10am – 5pm

Pass includes: Access to Water Park, Pool, Playground, Jumping Pillow and full use of all facilities, including Camp Kitchen, BBQ’s & Amenities

Passes available only by calling park on 08 8218 5505

(Subject to Availability)

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Bookings at Discovery Parks - Barossa Valley

Cancellation Policy

Bookings cancelled 14 days or more prior to the arrival date will be refunded less one nights accommodation. Where bookings are cancelled less than 14 days prior to arrival an amount equaling 25% of the total accommodation quoted above will be retained (or one nights accommodation whichever is greater). Bookings can be moved, however prices may change depending on the new booking period and amendment fees may apply.

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Air Conditioned
Cot Available
Disabled Access
Full Cooking Facilities
Internet Access Available
Laundry Facilities
Non Smoking Indoors
Pets by Arrangement
Powered Sites
Swimming Pool
Unpowered Sites
Wireless Internet

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Acknowledgement of Country —

The Barossa is located on the traditional lands of the Ngadjuri, Peramangk and Kaurna people