Stayed here with my girlfriend while we were exploring the Flinders Ranges on the way to the Northern Territory. We stayed in one of the on site cabins, which had a (fortunately) very enthusiastic heater as it was -2C outside. Small kitchenette was suitable for our purposes and tea, milk and coffee were provided. The bathroom was arcticly cold, but there's very little you'd really be able to do to make a bathroom warm when it's -2C just outside the wall.
The staff were all members of the same family and were very friendly. There's also some Sturt Peas (South Australia's very rare and ugly by interesting state flower) growing outside the office.
WARNING: there is hardly anywhere to buy food at night (actually we couldn't find a single place to eat), so make sure you self-cater!
All and all a suitable place to stay, not luxury by any means but considering we paid nearly nothing for the cabin, very reasonable! Would recommend for anyone travelling on a budget.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- "Where country hospitality and outback adventure come together" ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Hawker Caravan Park South Australia