Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary Accommodation

Price from $25

Overview

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, bar, lounge area, fuel outlet, complimentary barbecue facilities, a large in-ground swimming pool and a visitor information centre.

CURRENT DEALS

Great State Voucher

Deal Starts: 07-Jan-2021 Ends: 31-Jan-2021

Price: $130

Normally $180, now $130

The Great State Voucher deal applies to bed and breakfast bookings and packages in Mawson Lodge and Callitris Lodge rooms only. Mawson Lodge B&B normally $225 per night, deal price is $175. Callitris Lodge rooms B&B normally $180 per night, deal price is $130.

Terms & Conditions

Subject to availability. Not available online or in conjunction with any other offer. Please contact us directly to book via phone, 08 8648 4848 or email [email protected]

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Price

From $ 25 to $ 320
Price range starting from bush/unpowered camping (double occupancy) up to Fauna Park House (per night).

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