Ellis Street Reserve, Redhill - SA RVFD

Free Camping - South Australia


Ellis Street Reserve is located in Redhill, a small town established in the 19th century. For many years, Redhill was the railway station for a broad gauge branch that was meant to continue to Port Pirie to connect directly with the standard gauge Trans-Australian Railway. This link was completed in 1938, resulting in a rare triple gauge yard. In the 1980s, when more lines were converted to standard gauge, the Redhill line was diverted to Crystal Brook.

The reserve offers free parking for 24 hours. Vehicles must be self-contained; however, access to toilets is included. A playground is also available on-site. 

Redhill is now a local hub for the general farming community, providing social and sporting opportunities as well as day to day needs.

Parking: 24hrs

Nice quiet place for a stop there are no toilets and the playground is hiding because we couldn't see it. Town is a bit further along the road.

Great stop for any size vehicle fire pit with firewood supplied shelter shed and rubbish bin can hear a little bit of road noise from the highway but otherwise a great weekend

Nice spot to stay for up to 48 hrs as per the signage

This is a shady area along the main street with a shelter shed and fire pit. Not sure how tall vehicles would fit amongst the trees. Thanks to the community for this facility.
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  • Address

    18 Ellis Street West
    Redhill, South Australia, 5521
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  • Coordinates & Contact Details

    -33.537712, 138.219486
    08 8633 8700
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    Crystal Brook, South Australia
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