Exclusive Wild Bush Luxury for 10 Guests
This 1850’s homestead is located in the ancient Ikara-Flinders Ranges in South Australia. The private 60,000 acre estate is a conservation wilderness, home to extraordinary populations of kangaroos, birdlife, reptiles and other species. Arkaba is about 425km north of central Adelaide, taking 5-6 hours by car or accessible using private or scheduled flights.
With only 5 bedrooms, this authentic homestead looks across the Elder Range, glowing pink in the morning sun, and the Arkaba Creek lined with River Red Gums. Accommodation is luxurious with shady verandahs, organic linen and en-suite bathrooms. A traditional library and pool are lovely places to relax in a resort where television and wi-fi are blissfully absent. Expert field guides arrange wildlife viewing, bushwalking, photography, open-top safari drives and visits to ancient aboriginal sites – with sundowners and fabulous dining to look forward to after a day in the outback.
- Conservation Levy guarantees funding for projects
- Solar hot water system
- Guest participation in hands-on conservation activities
- Range of biodiversity initiatives
- Garden rewilding
- Long-run fellow member
Who’s this for?
Conservation-inclined travellers seeking an authentic outback experience in a small group setting.
For further information visit Arkaba here
Images courtesy of Arkaba Conservancy