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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 info Members save 5% 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 info Members save 5% From $150.00 / Ceduna Foreshore Hotel Motel Overlooking the shores of Murat Bay, in the heart of Ceduna is the Ceduna Foreshore Hotel Motel, only a short stroll from the jetty, beach and town centre. Perfect location to make the most of this beautiful area. More info Members save 5% From $30.00 / Coodlie Park - Port Kenny At Coodlie Park you will find a wide range of excellent value accommodation options set among our picturesque and peaceful property. From sleeping under the stars in our swag huts nestled among the bush, to the comfort of a bed in our self-contained cottages, you’ll find something to suit your needs and ensure you have a happy and memorable experience on the Eyre Peninsula. By day explore the many sites of the Eyre Peninsula heading just 5 minutes up the road to the natural infinity pools of Talia Caves or 25 minutes to Lake Newland Conservation Park. You can have the best of both worlds at Coodlie Park Farm Retreat hiding away among the gum trees reading a book or being social in our communal areas such as the shared kitchen, BBQ, dining and living areas. If camping is your style for the budget price of $15 per car we promise you some of the best and most unique bush camping on the Eyre Peninsula. Camp Coodlie is set among native bush land 2km from the main accommodation and reception so if its peace and quiet you’re after you’ll find it here. Camp Coodlie has been created with sustainability at the forefront of our minds using local recycled materials to build some of the camping creature comforts to ensure you have a happy and memorable experience. We offer a range of fully guided tours on and around our property where you are guaranteed regular encounters with native wildlife which is in abundance. The farm's private beach is rugged and beautiful and you can spend hours there taking it all in, watching beautiful sunsets or fishing with a feeling of connection to the ancients and to the land. We are passionate about environmental sustainability and we proudly built this uniquely Australian accommodation experience on our ecological principles. We are 100% carbon neutral and the only business in Australia that offsets its own carbon footprint. More info Members save 5% From $160.00 / 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. More info Members save 5% From $35.00 / 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. More info Members save 15% From $160.00 / Rawnsley Park Station 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 info Members save 5% From $302.00 / Wilpena Pound Resort 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. 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. 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 Ikara Flinders Ranges. Visit us in the South Australian outback and soak up the incredible beauty of one of the earth’s oldest landscapes. More info Members save 5% From $20.00 / Beltana Station Beltana Station (incorporating Puttapa Station) covers nearly 1/2 a million acres and is a fully working sheep and cattle station. Beltana station was first surveyed in 1854 and has played a part in South Australias early history. Sir Thomas Elder and Robert Barr Smith both owned Beltana station and through this association the Beltana Pastarol Company was founded. Beltana was a part of this company up until 1983. Sir Thomas Elder imported camels (some of the first in S.A) and Beltana station became one of the most successful breeding depots in Australia. Many Explorer expeditions started from Beltana in the early days. One of the most successful was Ernest Giles 1875 expedition to W.A and back. Visitors are welcome to explore the history of the station. There are three 4wd tracks through the station taking in such sights as Lake Torrens, Mt Deception, Puttapa Springs, Old Beltana town and much more. Self drive or tag-a-long (by appointment)are also available. Beltana stations location means most places in the northern Flinders are accessable for day trips such as Wilpena Pound, Blinman, Parachilna, Leigh Creek and Historic Beltana. There are 11 shearers quarters built in the 1860's plus there is a 4 bedroom cottage available sleeping 9 comfortably. Caravans and camping are welcome too and there is power available. Kid and Animal friendly. For more details feel free to call Laura or Graham on 08 86752256. For more information, go to www.beltanastation.com.au More info Members save 5%