Myall Grove Holiday Park - Aspen Parks

3 Star Self Rated

56 - 94 Burgoyne Street, Roxby Downs, South Australia, 5725


Myall Grove Holiday Park is situated 550 kilometres north of Adelaide and 250 kilometres north of Port Augusta.

Set among rich red sand dunes and native pine, Roxby Downs is fast becoming an ideal place to start your journey of discovery into the 'real' Australian Outback. Myall Grove Holiday Park has all the facilities a traveller will need to relax, replenish supplies and gather information before heading bush and offers a range of tourist accommodation from Caravan & Camping sites through to Villas and Cabins.

The township of Roxby Downs was built in the 1980s to support the nearby Olympic Dam Mine (one of the worlds largest mines producing gold, silver, copper and uranium oxide), Roxby Downs townsite provides a welcoming detour off the Stuart Highway and pleasant stop-off on the drive north to the Oodnadatta Track.

Note Accommodation discounts i.e. BIG4 or Top Tourist will not be honored for bookings made via third party websites.

Note Rates quoted are for 2 persons. Extra adult & child rates apply

Room Descriptions


Double bed - Air conditioning, tea & coffee making facilities, T.V. & Austar. All linen provided

Powered Site

Caravan or Camping powered site

Un-powered site

Caravan or camping powered site


Single bed - Air conditioning, tea & coffee making facilities, T.V. & Austar. All linen provided.

Villa - 2 BRM

Sleeps up to 4 - Bedding Configuration 1 x queen bed & 2 x single beds or 1 x double beds, 2 x single beds. All villas have air conditioning, fully self contained with microwave, fridge, tea & coffee making facilities, bathroom, lounge/ dining room with T.V. & Austar. All linen provided.

Check In Instructions

2 pm

Children and Extra Guests Details

Extra Person $15 per person per night

Things To Do

The mine, nine kilometres north of Roxby Downs, is perhaps the greatest attraction. Nine million tonnes of ore are mined annually, producing 350,000 tonnes of copper, 4,000 tonnes of uranium oxides, 80,000 ounces of gold and about one million ounces of silver.

Roxby Downs offers everything from swimming, golf and tennis to squash and bowls. The Roxby Downs Cultural Precinct is a must, featuring the towns visitor information centre, an Outback cinema, art gallery, auditorium and the Dunes Café.

The Outback Fringe Festival, held every March, is rapidly gaining kudos and the local races take place in August.

The Opal town of Andamooka is 30km North of Roxby Downs. Andamooka is only 76 m above sea level and is a town driven by one economic imperative - the desire to dig a fortune (in the form of Opals) out of the unforgiving desert soils.

Andamooka opals are open-cut mined. Town tours are available from Roxby Downs and highlights include working mines, semi-dugout homes, early underground shaft mines, historical cottages and fossicking for opals.

  • BBQ
  • Guest Laundry
  • Kiosk
  • Playground
  • Pool