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AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FROM THE EDITHBURGH CARAVAN PARK.
COVID-19 Virus Update
|AN IMPORTANT UPDATE FROM EDITHBURGH CARAVAN PARK
In response to the Prime Minister’s announcement on 24 March 2020 and the restrictions around non-essential domestic travel, the Edithburgh Caravan Park has had to make some extremely difficult decisions with regard to the provision of services throughout this challenging period.
As per the Government guidelines – ‘essential travel’ is described as per the following;
For guests who are needing to stay with us over the coming weeks and months, we will be supporting and encouraging self-distancing and hygiene measures, so you and your travelling companion/s remain safe and protect the safety of others.
As a result, our park will be taking the following measures;
For those of you who have a non-essential booking within the next 60 days, please contact the park directly to discuss your options.
For any further queries with respect to this statement, please refer to the Prime Minister’s announcement – Update on coronavirus measures https://www.pm.gov.au/media/update-coronavirus-measures-24-March-2020
For the latest news, updates, signs, symptoms and protection tips, please visit https://www.health.gov.au/
We sincerely thank you for your ongoing support at this difficult time. We’ll look forward to welcoming you back to the Yorke Peninsula when these restrictions are lifted.
Jo and Phill Medson, Caravan Park Managers
Edithburgh Caravan Park.
Edithburgh is a delightful town and popular holiday destination just 233 kilometers from Adelaide on the Yorke Peninsula. Great swimming beaches, a tidal swimming pool with a shallow area and a growing reputation for the range and high standard of food available in local restaurants ensure Edithburgh is the perfect place to take the family for a holiday. The sandy beaches are perfect for swimming, scuba diving, snorkelling and sail boarding and the foreshore is the perfect spot for a picnic, barbeque or leisurely walk.
This lovely town is an excellent location for keen fishermen, with a variety of fish including Mullet, King George whiting and larger fish such as Snapper being found in its waters. Cast a line from the jetty, from beaches like Sultana Point Beach, or take to the water from the all-weather boat ramp.
Edithburgh and Troubridge Island are the resting place for a number of shipwrecks, including the ‘Clan Ranald’ which ensures divers will find as many reasons as families and fishermen to visit this picturesque and fascinating area.
Wattle Point Wind Farm is only a short drive from Edithburgh and a viewing area allows visitors to get up-close to these amazing 68m high structures.
Book your accommodation now ready for this year’s ‘Day at the Burgh’. FRIDAY 13 NOVEMBER 2020 THROUGH TO SUNDAY 15 NOVEMBER 2020. See more details at the Day at the Burgh page on this website.
More details to come as they emerge, but start planning now for another fabulous Day at the Burgh weekend!
Check out the movie below ‘Find your escape’ which features our wonderful Troubridge Island.