Spring is a pretty magical time and is definitely in our top four favourite seasons at Woodhouse!
The days are getting longer and warmer, with daylight savings starting early October. The plants and trees start to blossom and flower, with some new faces appearing as many of our furry residents have their babies.
While the higher temperatures during the day make the creek activities even more enticing, the cool (but usually dry) nights are perfect for camping and sitting around a campfire toasting marshmallows.
This spring join us for School Holidays UNPLUGGED for 'drop & go' fun in October, and our Spring-Fest Family Camping Party over the Labour Day long weekend!
Spring is prime time for all our quintessential Woodhouse experiences and is perfect for...
Sitting on 54 hectares of undulating gum-tree studded countryside, understandably, Woodhouse is home to all sorts of wonderful creatures. Venture around the property and don't forget to look up! You're sure to find a koala, maybe even with a joey in its pouch. Explore the Wetlands and Cox's Creek... what can you find in there? Can you spot the possums as the sun goes down - or the kangaroos as the sun rises?
What's so special about Spring? Counting how many animals with new born babies can you find!
Bring the family for a Day Adventure and climb, crawl, swing and splash your way through more than 30 obstacles on Woody's Challenge Hill, tackle a giant split-level maze, slide down two epic Tube Slides (slides open weekends only, even in the school holidays, though private group bookings can be pre-arranged at an additional fee), negotiate one of eight orienteering courses, conquer Cameron's Climb: the ultimate bouldering challenge, or have a round of Disc Golf (think golf with a frisbee). Enjoy the Wetlands Trail walk, cook up a storm on one of our free undercover gas BBQ’s or snuggle up around a campfire. Plus, our stunning 54-hectare property has plenty of trees to just sit under and read a book – or give a hug to, if you so desire.
What's so special about Spring? Idyllic temperatures for outdoor adventures means you can be active without working up too much of a sweat. Need to warm up? Take a walk up Challenge Hill (or drag Tube up the Tube Slide return)!
Just a short trip up the South Eastern freeway, Woodhouse Activity Centre provides a safe and convenient space for the experienced camper, or those just starting out.
Dotted across the picturesque 54-hectare property, Basecamps are positioned in prime camping locations to help make ‘roughing it’ that little more comfortable. Here you'll find toilets, hot showers, under cover dining and BBQ facilities, as well as shared campfire circles.
A combination of adventurous activities that can’t be found together anywhere else in the world complete the Woodhouse experience, with access available to all guests staying on site – and to those just venturing in for the day. Check out our TOP 10 REASONS to camp at Woodhouse.
What's so special about Spring? You have a much lower chance of being rained out and, as fire ban season won't start until mid-late November, you have almost all of Spring to enjoy camping at its finest. Early risers may find some kangaroos bouncing across the big green fields!
3 rustic cabins provide a peaceful, tranquil setting for a couples getaway or family adventure. Get unplugged from your devices and reconnect with nature - and each other!
Small in size but bursting with opportunities you can relax in the family room and connect over a board game or sit out on the grass and indulge in some nature craft.
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What's so special about Spring? Night walks. Grab the torch and go on an adventure to find the nocturnal creatures who sleep during the day and come out to play when the sun goes down.
Woodhouse offers the perfect base to discover the beautiful Adelaide Hills.
The world famous Heysen Trail passes through the property and hikers can walk in either direction to explore this stunning region. Maps are available from the office.
The quaint townships of Crafers, Stirling and Uraidla are all less than a 10 minute drive away and offer a variety of delicious eateries and other attractions. Click through for some staff favourites!