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MORE INFOMembers Save up to 10% From $150.00 / McKinley's Rest - Quorn McKinley's Rest self contained accommodation provides the visitor to Quorn with comfortable, spacious, heritage accommodation right in the heart of the historic township. Quiet and peaceful, yet only a 200 metre walk to the Pichi Richi railway station and even less to historic pubs, galleries and cafes. Quorn is at the heart of the Flinders Ranges and is also home to the world famous Pichi Richi heritage steam railway. Short walks can be taken only 15 minutes away at Devils Peak or Dutchman's Stern enabling visitors to experience the rugged beauty of this region. Wilpena Pound is a further 75 minutes north by car through Hawker.
MORE INFOMembers Save 5% From $185.00 / Rawnsley Park Station - Flinders Ranges Watch the sky turn a brilliant red as it sets over Wilpena Pound. Be inspired by a landscape that has captivated poets and painters for generations. Marvel at Australian native wildlife and flora in its natural habitat. Or discover a land that's rich in Aboriginal culture. These are just some of the experiences to be hand in South Australia's Flinders Ranges - a region that dates back millions of years.
MORE INFOMembers Save 10% From $130.00 / William Creek Hotel William Creek is located in Outback South Australia, halfway on the Oodnadatta Track between Marree and Oodnadatta and 166 kilometres east of Coober Pedy. It is approximately 1,000 kilometres from Adelaide and is the nearest settlement to Lake Eyre North. William Creek is reputed to be the smallest town in South Australia surrounded by the world’s largest cattle station, Anna Creek Station, covering some 24,000 square kilometres (slightly larger than Israel). It is the gateway to Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre, the Simpson Desert, Anna Creek Painted Hills and the headquarters of Wrightsair scenic flights.
MORE INFOMembers Save 5% From $2,140.00 / Arkaba Homestead - Flinders Ranges We invite you to discover one of the most exclusive stays in Australia – Arkaba Conservancy, a Wild Bush Luxury property in South Australia’s Flinders Ranges. Just ten guests at a time share this remote 60,000 acre private wildlife conservancy dedicated to the conservation of Australia’s unique wildlife and birds. Mobs of kangaroos, emus and other abundant wildlife will delight you on included guided safaris through ancient landscapes returning to the comfort of Arkaba Homestead, a Luxury Lodges of Australia property. In addition to providing exceptional Australian travel experiences, our mission is ultimately to conserve the environment that sustains us. This philosophy guides everything we do. Since 2009 our focus has been to reverse the impacts of over 150 years of livestock-grazing and restore the land to its pre-European settlement bio-diversity. Over the years our hard work has paid off, having saved over 5.5 million native animals lives leading to the regeneration of native habitat.
MORE INFOMembers Save 5% From $800.00 / Arkaba Walk - Flinders Ranges The Arkaba Walk is a 3 night, 4 day experience where groups are immersed in the story of the Flinders Ranges of South Australia and Arkaba's 60,000 acre private wildlife conservancy. Set against the backdrop of the Elder Range and Wilpena Pound, an Arkaba walking safari is an opportunity to experience the sights and sounds, the scale and the space of outback Australia in a style that is exclusive and authentic. Our 'Wild Bush Luxury' philosophy brings a team of passionate guides and a few key creature comforts to an immersive bush experience. This four day walk for groups of up to 10 walkers, accompanied by an expert guide or guides, whose passion and knowledge of the environment will inspire and motivate their fellow walkers. Guests have the chance to traverse the ancient Flinders Ranges where 600 million years of geological history provide spectacular backdrops throughout the walk. From dry creek beds, isolated waterholes, lined with 1,000 year old red river gums to craggy ridge lines and rolling hills covered in cypress pines to the ancient ramparts of Wilpena Pound, this is one of the most stunning walking country in Australia.Camps are set up in spectacular locations on the property and are designed to expose you to the surrounding country. You will have the chance to sleep our under that stars in a deluxe swag or under newly erected shelters. At the end of each day, walkers are greeteed by a camp that has been set up in advance, a delicious three-course dinner and a good supply of Australian wines and other beverages.
MORE INFOMembers Save 5% From $160.00 / Cockburn House - Jamestown Cockburn house is located in Jamestown, SA, and is set in a large garden. This elegant house has an open, airy feel with stained glass windows in the dining room and formal lounge, and french doors opening onto the wide verandahs.
MORE INFOMembers Save 5% From $170.00 / Desert Cave Hotel - Coober Pedy The Desert Cave Hotel allows you to experience dug-out style living, underground shops, bar and opal display areas - all within sandstone surrounds in the heart of Coober Pedy. As well as above and below ground accommodation, we offer outstanding dining and convention facilities. The Desert Cave Hotel is the only International underground 4 Star Hotel that allows you to experience dug-out style living. It's the experience of a lifetime. Visitors can stay underground, or if they prefer, above ground rooms are also available. Sleeping underground is a unique experience. Quiet, cool, dark and airy - the rooms are spacious with high ceilings. Most visitors say that sleeping underground gives them the best night's sleep they have ever had! The hotel offers visitors the best opportunity to experience Coober Pedy 'dugout' living and the hotel can offer guests a range of specialised tours of the surrounding rugged and beautiful outback.
MORE INFOMembers Save 10% From $190.00 / Flinders Bush Retreats Hidden away in an almost untouched corner of the Flinders Ranges, is boutique farm stay Flinders Bush Retreats. 11,000 acres of ancient beauty owned and operated by the McInnis family, 5th and 6th generation graziers who have diversified into tourism to supplement their farm income during times of drought and market lows. 2 self-contained houses provide a private and luxurious escape to experience the outback. Accommodating 6-8 guests each and boasting fully equipped kitchens, modern conveniences, open plan living rooms and large bedrooms. Each house was designed to bring the Australian bush in - offering unique views, superior furniture and quality linens. Have you considered glamping? Perfect for nature lovers who don’t want to rough it, the Eco Tent combines camping with comfort! Recently refurbished the steel framed, insulated canvas tent includes a queen sized bed and luxurious linen, small kitchenette and attached ensuite. Located in a secluded gorge, 21 km East of Hawker, the Eco Tent offers privacy, scenic views and an abundance of native wildlife.
MORE INFOMembers Save 5% From $80.00 / Flinders Ranges Bed and Breakfast Flinders Ranges Bed and Breakfast is located within walking distance to Fred Teague's Museum and Visitor Information Centre, Hawker General Store and Post Office, Hawker Hotel, Flinders Food Co. and Wilpena Panoramas. It is an ideal base to explore the magnificent Flinders Ranges and is right on the doorstep of the world renowned Wilpena Pound. The house is very well appointed as it has only just been fully refurbished. This property will allow you to have a relaxing and enjoyable stay.
MORE INFOMembers Save 5% From $240.00 / Perlubie Sea - Black Villa - Perlubie Our villas are less than 100 meters from the water and overlook Eba Island and the white sand dunes framing the beach at Perlubie Landing. Each villa has its own personality, individually decorated to pay homage to the eclectic 60's and 70's eras. Black is very strong & showy, with lots of black….really!!! White is more subdued but with a touch of glitz & white is the feature colour….as expected.
MORE INFOMembers Save 5% From $240.00 / Perlubie Sea - White Villa - Perlubie Villas are less than 100 meters from the water and overlook Eba Island and the white sand dunes framing the beach at Perlubie Landing. Each villa has its own personality, individually decorated to pay homage to the eclectic 60's and 70's eras. Black is very strong & showy, with lots of black….really!!! White is more subdued but with a touch of glitz & white is the feature colour….as expected.
MORE INFOMembers Save 5% From $135.00 / Taralee Orchards 115 acre property with a Biodynamic stone fruit orchard in Wirrabara Forest, in the Southern Flinders Ranges. Across the road from the historic Forest Nursery and Heysen Trail. The Mawson Mawson Trail and Ippinitchie Picnic Ground are nearby. Other attractions are Mount Remarkable National Park, Port Germein Gorge and Alligator Gorge. Wirrabara, Melrose and Laura are scenic and historic nearby towns. We have two self contained cottages available, both in elevated locations, with wide verandas, and views over our orchards and the Wirrabara Forest.
MORE INFOMembers Save 5% From $193.00 / Wilpena Pound Resort - Flinders Ranges Enjoy a haven of outback hospitality with 60 hotel rooms, 15 glamping safari tents, a picturesque campground, National Park Visitor Information Centre, restaurant, bar/bistro, swimming pool and general store. Wilpena Pound Resort is the only accommodation located within the Ikara Flinders Ranges National Park, 430km north of Adelaide. This extraordinary landscape is 800 million years old and has been home to Adnyamathanha people for tens of thousands of years. There is so much to see and do with a range of 4WD tours, guided Aboriginal cultural walks, nature and bush walks, and our ‘must do’ scenic flights over Wilpena Pound and the Flinders Ranges. The Wilpena Pound Resort IGA Xpress, which adjoins the Visitor Information Centre and is a popular place for travellers to stop for supplies and tourist information. The Wilpena Pound Resort IGA Xpress is open seven days a week, from 8am to 6pm, fuel is also available from here. Visit Wilpena Pound in the stunningly unique South Australian outback and soak up the incredible beauty of one of the earth’s oldest landscapes.
MORE INFOMembers Save 10% From $90.00 / Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary Step back in Time 1,650 million years at Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary in the most ancient part of South Australia’s Flinders Ranges.A privately owned 610 square km conservation reserve located in the spectacular northern Flinders Ranges, Arkaroola is a multi-award winning property with Advanced Ecotourism accreditation and justifiably South Australia’s premier ecotourism destination. Its unique geological, scenic and ecological significance is recognised in the Arkaroola Protection Act (2012) of SA Parliament. University Professor and Antarctic explorer Sir Douglas Mawson called Arkaroola ”a giant outdoor geological museum” due to its complex geology with its ancient granites formed up to 1,600 million years ago, a billion years before the rest of the Flinders Ranges was created, extinct thermal pools and geysers and current day radioactive hot springs. Our signature Ridge Top Tour takes visitors through this amazing landscape culminating at Sillers Lookout, overlooking the 1,000 metre deep Yudnamutana Gorge, Lake Frome salt lake and the plains. It provides a breathtaking view of the Freeling Heights, a magnificent ring of saw toothed blue mountains fringing the Mawson Plateau, a rarely visited wilderness of pristine springs and giant rocky tors.Guests can enjoy a range of activities including scenic flights over Arkaroola, Lake Frome, or further afield to Lake Eyre and the north, self drive and guided 4WD tours, bushwalking, night tours from our 2 astronomical observatories and enjoying watching native animals in their own habitat.Arkaroola has three types of motel accommodation ranging from budget friendly rooms to the more comfortable and spacious. We also have self contained cottages, a caravan park with powered sites and a large area for bush camping. Facilities include a shop with basic supplies, fuel and garage for minor repairs, WiFi, swimming pool and a private airstrip.
MORE INFOMembers Save 10% From $22.00 / Bendleby Ranges - Orroroo Bendleby Ranges is a multi-award winning, ecologically sustainable tourism destination, offering peace, tranquillity, and adventure in an unspoiled natural environment. At Bendleby there is a choice accommodation options from charming old homesteads to remote campsites in pristine creek settings, providing the chance to experience the Flinders Ranges at its best. Bendleby Ranges appeals to a wide range of visitors from campers, bushwalking groups, photographers, flora and fauna groups, orienteering and four-wheel drive clubs, school camps, mountain bike riders, and families.
MORE INFOMembers Save 10% From $10.00 / Catninga Accommodation - Flinders Ranges Choose from our Vintage Carriage B&B, Budget on site caravan, Camping, non-powered or powered sites If you’re looking for outback country charm, or somewhere to place yourself while you adventure around the Flinders Ranges, Catninga is it! Set amongst deep gorges and high mountain ranges with rugged rock formations and magnificent panoramas, 'Catninga' is the perfect choice to give you a taste of the Flinders Ranges. We have accommodation options to suit your needs and the needs of the whole family, including the dogs and horses! Located approximately 3 hours from Adelaide, or 26 kms East of Port Augusta. An outback feel, but only a 20 mins drive to Port Augusta if you need to get back to civilization.
MORE INFOMembers Save 5% From $28.00 / Discovery Holiday Parks - Whyalla There’s sunshine aplenty in Whyalla; an average of 300 days per year, in fact. South Australia’s third largest city is a great year-round holiday destination. You’ll find abundant green space and uninterrupted views of beautiful Spencer Gulf at Discovery Parks - Whyalla Foreshore. Our caravan park is close to family-friendly swimming beaches and excellent fishing spots. Cast a line into the protected waters of the gulf – Whyalla is known as Australia’s snapper capital. Discover the seafaring past of this rugged shipwreck coast at the Whyalla Maritime Museum. Hear the story behind over 100 years of Australian iron and steelmaking history on OneSteel’s Steelworks Tour.
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