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Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary, Flinders Ranges, South Australia
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Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary

Category: Backpackers and Hostels

Arkaroola Road, Arkaroola, South Australia, 5732
Email: res@arkaroola.com.au
Website: www.arkaroola.com.au
9001178 Phone Number: 61 08 8648 4848
Fax Number: 61 08 8648 4846

Stay at Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary and be changed forever. Winner of South Australia's Ecotourism Hall of Fame 2007, Major Tourist Attraction 2007, Sustainable Tourism 2007, Arkaroola is South Australia's premier ecotourism destination You can choose from a range of fully accredited Advanced Ecotourism products, including the world-famous Ridgetop Tour. With 130 kilometres of graded public access tracks, Arkaroola's visitors can wander through a landscape of deep time in which human intrusions are minimal, taking short two wheel drive vehicle tracks to secluded waterholes, or more challenging four wheel drive vehicle tracks across rugged mountains to spine-tingling lookouts. Within the sanctuary, Arkaroola Village provides all the comforts sought by the contemporary traveller including air conditioned motel lodges, a caravan park with powered and un-powered sites and bush camping areas, a licensed restaurant and lounge bar, fuel outlet, complimentary barbecue facilities, a large in-ground swimming pool and a visitor information centre.

Opal Inn Hotel, Coober Pedy, Far North, South Australia
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Opal Inn Hotel

Category: Hotels

Hutchison Street, Coober Pedy, South Australia, 5723
Email: reservations@opalinn.com.au
Website: www.opalinn.com.au
9002337 Phone Number: 61 08 8672 5054
Fax Number: 61 08 8672 5501

The Opal Inn Hotel Motel and Caravan Park in the centre of Coober Pedy, has something for everyone with well appointed accommodation, all caravan and camping amenities, plus a range of dining, bar and gaming facilities. Coober Pedy, in the heart of Outback South Australia, is the opal capital of the world and exerts an overwhelming fascination for those who seek the world's most colourful gemstone. For travellers, Coober Pedy offers a welcome and intriguing stop over in a unique, cosmopolitan town with underground homes, restaurants, shops, churches and walk in underground mines. For a holiday in the opal capital, Opal Inn offers cool comfort and a range of facilities that will make your outback opal mining town stay a pleasure.

Bentley
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Bentley's Cabin Park Port Pirie

Category: Cabins and Cottages

137 Main Road, Port Pirie, South Australia, 5540
Email: bookings@cabinpark.com.au
9023432 Phone Number: 61 08 8633 2666
Fax Number: 61 08 8633 1677

Bentley's Cabin Park Port Pirie is in the magnificent Southern Flinders Ranges in South Australia. The award winning Cabin Park offers very private, modern accommodation, in a great quiet location, only one and a half kilometres from Port Pirie city centre. Close to most activities, Bentley's Cabin Park is owner managed and has set the benchmark for quality and service in the Southern Flinders Ranges region. Standard to luxury spa cabins range from two to six berth, to accommodate everyone.

DCH
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Desert Cave Hotel

Category: Hotels

Hutchison Street, Coober Pedy, South Australia, 5723
Email: reserve@desertcave.com.au
Website: www.desertcave.com.au
9001195 Phone Number: 61 08 8672 5688
Fax Number: 61 08 8672 5198

Desert Cave, the only international underground hotel, allows you to experience dug out style living. It is the experience of a lifetime. Underground accommodation, shops, cafe, bar and display areas all within beautiful soft, natural sandstone surrounds. Sleep underground or above if you prefer, enjoy fine dining, splash in the pool, relax in the spa. Stroll in the cool comfort of underground shopping. The Desert Cave is an oasis in the desert. Since 1915 Coober Pedy has exerted a fascination for those who seek the elusive opal, the world's most colourful gemstone. Coober Pedy is known as the underground town, where many locals live in dugouts or underground homes. The earth gives natural temperature control for cool, quiet living in this semi desert area of Outback South Australia.

Peggy's Retreat, Mannanarie, Flinders Ranges and Outback, South Australia
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Peggy's Retreat

Category: Bed and Breakfasts

Lot 51 Klingner Road, Mannanarie, South Australia, 5422
Email: enquire@peggysretreat.com.au
Website: www.peggysretreat.com.au
9127813 Phone Number: 61 08 8665 2080

Peggy’s Retreat is nestled on nine acres of tree studded pastoral land in the Southern Flinders Ranges; 20 kilometres north of Jamestown and 21 kilometres south of Peterborough. This original pastoral homestead was built in the late 1890's and has been extensively renovated and extended. Relaxation and rejuvenation are the unashamed goals of Peggy’s Retreat, with good food and good wine offered along with accommodation for up to eight people in two queen size ensuite rooms and one full access suite with ensuite, queen size bedroom and double sitting/carers room. Located 20 minutes to the north is the historic railway town of Peterborough with the Steamtown Rail Heritage Museum. Bundaleer Forest, Australia's first forest plantation south of Jamestown is just 25 minutes away. The Clare Valley, historic Burra and the Mount Remarkable National Park are all within an hours' drive of Peggy's Retreat.

Rawnsley Park Station, Hawker, Flinders Ranges and Outback, South Australia
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Rawnsley Park Station

Category: Apartments

Wilpena Road, Hawker, South Australia, 5434
Email: info@rawnsleypark.com.au
Website: www.rawnsleypark.com.au
9001363 Phone Number: 61 08 8648 0030
Fax Number: 61 08 8648 0013

Located on the south eastern edge of Wilpena Pound, Rawnsley Park Station adjoins the Flinders Ranges National Park, 420 kilometres from Adelaide, a comfortable five hour drive on sealed roads. Stay on an operating sheep station - experience the natural beauty and wildlife of this ancient rugged landscape with a choice of accommodation styles including: Secluded bush camping, powered camping/caravan sites, bunkhouse sleeping 40, budget cabins, one, two and three bedroom self contained holiday units, secluded four and a half star, straw-bale construction Eco-villas and Arkapena Homestead. Facilities include a shop, Internet kiosk, petrol, diesel, outdoor swimming pool and restaurant, open daily. All rooms with kitchen, air conditioning, television, self contained cabins have DVD player. There is Wireless Internet to most areas. We have a range of cycle/walking trails and four wheel drive tours available or take a scenic or balloon flight. Our guides are qualified and experienced.

Country Bakehouse Accommodation, Spalding, Flinders Ranges, South Australia

Country Bakehouse Accommodation

Category: Bed and Breakfasts

20 Main Street, Spalding, South Australia, 5454
Email: cmmatters5@bigpond.com
Website: www.countrybakehouseaccommodation.com.au
9129596 Phone Number: 61 08 8845 2023
Fax Number: 61 08 8845 2023

Country Bakehouse Accommodation provides elegant, affordable accommodation in the mid north of South Australia. The Bakehouse is a tastefully renovated 1909 residence, blending modern and antique furnishings for style and comfort. Spalding is a short drive from the Clare Valley, and is central to Clare, Burra, Crystal Brook and Jamestown. Included in a stay at the Bakehouse is a catch and release permit for trout fishing in the Broughton River. This is a convenient place to stay for anyone exploring the Heysen and Mawson trails. Walkers and bike enthusiasts welcome. Group discounts available.

Queen Apartment

The Lookout Cave Underground Motel

Category: Motels

Lot 1141 McKenzie Close, Coober Pedy, South Australia, 5723
Email: info@thelookoutcave.com
Website: www.thelookoutcave.com
9210235 Phone Number: 61 08 8672 5118
Fax Number: 61 08 8672 5228

The Lookout Cave Motel is located in the opal-mining town of Coober Pedy in the South Australian outback. They are minutes from the town centre in a secure and quiet location with ample parking and as the name suggests, the Lookout Cave offers the best views in Coober Pedy. They are the largest underground motel featuring 15 motel rooms, two original miners dugouts and a recently refurbished two bedroom self contained queen apartment. Sleeping underground is a one of a kind experience, unique in its entirety and an opportunity not to be missed. The motel rooms cater for the single traveller through to families or groups. Family rooms can sleep up to six people. All rooms are underground off an extensive L shaped hallway and feature natural sandstone rock and include a private ensuite with toilet and shower, breakfast crockery and cutlery, tea, coffee and biscuits, toaster, kettle and 32 inch LED television. Coober Pedy is the hub of the South Australian Outback and a resource of hidden treasures, we encourage you to explore and discover a unique outback adventure you will find nowhere else in the world!

Carinya Escapes, Pekina, Flinders Ranges, South Australia

Sampsons Cottage

Category: Bed and Breakfasts

66 Ellen Street, Port Pirie, South Australia, 5540
Email: portpirient@westnet.com.au
9003099 Phone Number: 61 08 8632 3096

Sampson's Cottage is a heritage style self contained cottage accommodation in a historic butcher shop and residence in Port Pirie's main street. It has all modern facilities. Located opposite the Old Railway Station National Trust Museum complex. Port Pirie is South Australia's first provincial city and a thrilling industrial and commercial centre, which boasts a large market garden as well as a fishing industry. It is located on the eastern shore of Spencer Gulf, 229 kilometres north of Adelaide.

Bluey Blundstone

Bluey Blundstone's Blacksmith Shop Accommodation

Category: Bed and Breakfasts

30-32 Stuart Street, Melrose, South Australia, 5483
Email: blueys@adam.com.au
9002661 Phone Number: 61 08 8666 2173
Fax Number: 61 08 8666 2173

Melrose is situated at the foot of Mount Remarkable, one of South Australia's National Parks and is the oldest town in the Flinders Ranges. Blacksmith shop and residence built in 1865. Extensively restored over the past seventeen years. Built of pug, pine and stone with rammed earth and wooden floors, now listed on the State Heritage Register. The house is equipped with original blacksmith tools and machinery, all able to be used by the owner to produce steelwork. All antique furniture, fully restored. Unique atmosphere, more than a room, an experience. The Barn has been converted to a bed and breakfast accommodation for six persons. The loft sleeps four people and downstairs two and the cottage sleeps two.

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