By the end of day one I realised simple is best when it comes to food and meals. I opted for a cold breakfast each day (think cereal, fruit, yogurt etc). Plus coffee.
The "kitchen" has two gas hobs, a small fridge, and basic cooking utensils: 1 x frying pan, 1 x pot, 2 x mugs, 2 x glasses, plates, cutlery, and a toaster.
Lunch was my meal out each day (fyi, the Caledonian Inn in Robe serves crayfish ceviche!)
Dinner = one-pot wonders. My recipe for the second night is a keeper.
Boil two potatoes and let cool. Sauté a miscellaneous selection of vegetables -- onion, red pepper, broccolini -- in a little butter. Add potato. Mush together. Add spinach and tinned tuna. Eat.
So in other words, forget about preparing elaborate multi-course meals. You're better to spend more time outside admiring the view anyway. But if you're planning to light a "cosy" fire at your camping spot, think twice. It's fire season in South Australia late November - April, and fire bans are in place.