The Location

Settled in the 1840s, Cape Jervis Station is an operating sheep farm, 3 minutes to the sea link terminal and just a few kilometres from the start of the Heysen Trail and Deep Creek National Park.

Sally and Anthony Miles took over the station in early 2010 and have set about converting it to a memorable destination, whilst bringing some history back to life.

It’s like stepping back in time with the original buildings lovingly restored with stone and lime walls, with modern comforts.

We like to do accommodation a little differently, with a mix of modern features, and an authentic country atmosphere.

The kids will love seeing the Emus, Ducks, Chickens, Sheep and huge flocks of native birds – everyone can interact whilst they are here which makes it an extra special family experience.

We have recently opened up some new camping grounds, and as these are new, it will take a little time for the vegetation to establish and help screen off the road and fellow campers.

We now have a dump point for Caravans that are staying with us. Please inquire at Reception.

The camping grounds have one of the best views on our property. You can sit back and look over the Cape Jervis township and watch the ferry’s make their way across to Kangaroo Island.

If you have any further questions about our camping grounds, please feel free to contact us, or if you would like to be positioned next to someone, we can attempt to accommodate this as well.


  • Hot showers and toilets in separate men’s and women’s facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Powered sites have bore water access
  • Sheltered spots with trees
  • Spots clear of any vegetation
  • Laundromat – coin operated washer and dryer
  • Well stocked store for necessities
  • Caravan storage available



Powered Site $35.00
Per site, per night (2 adults)

Unpowered Site (no water) $33.00
Per site, per night (2 adults) - from





A good concept of having a caravan park in the paddocks of a farm. Families enjoyed the daily afternoon feed time of the animals. While they have some reasonable facilities, it is looking a bit tired. The restaurant on-site is closed. A good stop-over though, if you're heading over to Kangaroo Island. We used it for a few days to rest and as a base to explore the peninsula on our motorbike.