From stunning night skies to local flora and fauna and artsy creations, the town of Kimba in the Upper Eyre Peninsula, SA, offers a glorious bounty of experiences to brighten any caravan trip.
Kimba is bursting with life and colour, from the many walking trails where you can spot the beautiful birds that flock to the area to the wildflowers and vibrant outback colours.
As the Eastern Gateway to the Gawler Ranges National Park, Kimba is primely placed for an extended exploration into the beauty of this region. And don’t miss visiting Secret Rocks, the local conservation park.
Kimba’s remote location is its crowning glory when it comes to stargazing, and Whites Knob Scenic Lookout offers fantastic views by day and night.
The local free camp allows stays of up to five days and is the perfect place from which to explore Kimba and the Gawler Ranges. There are no powered sites, so all caravans must be self-sufficient.
Kimba’s vibrant spirit extends into the community itself, with artistic displays visible throughout the town, including a collection of street art and recycled metal sculptures and the renowned Kimba Silo Art that is lit up every night. Kimba’s cafes, hotel and beer garden will keep your adventures going, and the 8m tall Big Galah is one to tick off the bucket list.
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