Hillocks Drive - Butlers Beach Campground

Private Campground - South Australia

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Come to Hillocks Drive for spectacular scenery, bush camping and fishing. Experience the rugged coastline, quiet sandy beaches and magnificent rock pools. Relax and enjoy a peaceful retreat where kangaroos, emus and pygmy possums live in surrounding scrub land.

Hillocks Drive offers some of the best fishing on Yorke Peninsula. You can catch Salmon, Mulloway, Tommys and Snapper from the surf beaches. Rock fishing provides Snook, Sweep, Squid and King Fish.

Snorkel, scuba dive, swim, hike and explore. Birdwatchers and photographers are in for a real treat.

Four styles of accommodation are available;

  • Bush Camping

  • Hillocks Ocean Pods

  • Hillocks Homestead

  • Beach Caravans

Hillocks is situated 14kms from Marion Bay and 16kms from Innes National Park. The boat ramp and legendary whiting grounds of Foul Bay are 6kms to the east.

This private property that has been in our family for generations. Entry allows access to 7 kilometres of beautiful coastline to explore during your stay at Hillocks Drive, Butler’s Beach.


Hillocks Drive, Butler’s Beach is best known for bush camping on Yorke Peninsula. The broad expanse of coastline and camp grounds provide space to find an isolated hideaway or area for large groups to camp together. Bush camp in your caravan/camper or bring your own tents or swags and all facilities. A description of the camp sites can be found here.


Eco toilets are provided at the campsite. Potable bore water and rain water are available. Rubbish disposal provided.


Hot showers, flush toilet and washing machine available near shop


Permits & a key must be obtained from the homestead shop and displayed on the front windows of the vehicle. This may be checked at any time.


Camp fires are permitted at Hillocks Drive from the 30th April until the 1st November. 


CMCA User
 26/04/2016
Very pretty, but at $25/night is grossly over priced. The roads in the camping area are poor being very rocky and sand. Approach dirt road is a total disaster. 12Km of Pure hell that is if you take the short way in, otherwise is is 27Km of hell! Would certainly not recommend for a Motorhome
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