The homestead is an oasis of comfort and style amidst a rugged landscape, located on the southern edge of SA’s Flinders Ranges.
Arkaba is a 60,000 acre private wildlife conservancy, its craggy sandstone bluffs and dry creek beds lined with River Red Gums are a quintessential Australian scene. Formerly a sheep station and now a private conservancy, Arkaba provides the opportunity for guests to immerse themselves in the story of the bush – its ancient geology, diverse wildlife and the chance to get ‘hands on’ with the conservation programs of the property.
The original homestead, dating back to 1856 has been retained, with each of the five rooms having a character of its own and has been named after early settlers, explorers or property owners. Four bedrooms are housed in the main homestead while the Coach House is a delightful stone cottage in the corner of the garden for those who may prefer a little more seclusion. The homestead looks out onto the geologically and culturally significant Elder Range, which glows pink with the first rays of sun every morning, and the Arkaba Creek lined with River Red Gums alive with the chatter of hundreds of Galahs each morning.
A stay at Arkaba ensures comfort, style and a truly memorable outback experience.
INCLUSIONS all meals and beverages and daily guided wilderness safaris