Arkaba Homestead is set on a wildlife conservancy in the Flinders Ranges of South Australia.
Arkaba Homestead is set on a wildlife conservancy in the Flinders Ranges of South Australia. The 1851-built farmhouse sleep just 10 guests, and has a real sense of place with its pressed metal ceilings, cool flagstone floors beneath shady verandahs, small library and open fires. The Arkaba experience includes all food and wine and daily guided wilderness activities which showcase the best of the surrounding ranges and native wildlife that calls the conservancy home.
Daily breakfast, lunch, dinner and complimentary beer, wine and spirits. Guided activities such as walks and sunset safari drives are also included
Located in the Flinders Ranges, approximately 5 hours drive from Adelaide or a 1 hour charter flight
All Homestead Rooms are uniquely welcoming
Couples, families with children over 12 years old
Best Nearby Walk
Bunyeroo Gorge in the Ikara-Flinders Ranges
Best Food & Wine Experience
Dinner under the stars at the Homestead
Best Place for Relaxation
By the bonfire at night with a glass of red
Open year round; visit in April-November for the best walking weather
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When is the best time to visit South Australia?
Adelaide and the Fleurieu Pensinula, which includes Kangaroo Island and Deep Creek, enjoy a Mediterranean climate similar to Perth. This region experiences mild rainfall with the wettest months in June July and August, but fine winter days are not uncommon here.