Located on the stunning coastline of the Fleurieu Peninsula near Cape Jervis, Naiko Retreat is perched on a hilltop and bordered by ocean on one side and Deep Creek Conservation Park on the other

1Overview
Overview

Located on the stunning coastline of the Fleurieu Peninsula near Cape Jervis, Naiko Retreat is perched on a hilltop and bordered by ocean on one side and Deep Creek Conservation Park on the other. The Heysen Trail runs through the property and there is abundant wildlife here. The retreat itself is an architecturally designed gem, featuring modern concrete floors and vast windows opening to the view to the ocean below. Three king bedrooms each have their own ensuite with freestanding bath, and the lounge has an Invicta fireplace perfect for winter nights watching the waves roll in. You'll spend your time here enjoying the breathtaking bush walks and secluded bays by day, and relaxing in absolute luxury comfort at night.

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2Inclusions
What's Included

Complimentary WIFI; Breakfast and dinner provisions supplied when booked as part of a Walk into Luxury journey

3Location & Access
Location & Access

Located 2 hours by car from Adelaide or one hour from McLaren Vale near Cape Jervis on the tip of the Fleurieu Peninsula. Private road transfers are able to be arranged.

4Insider Advice
What You Need to Know
Best Room

The Master Suite with its deep soaking tub overlooking the ocean below

Suitable For

Couples or families with older kids

Best Nearby Walk

The Heysen Trail passes through the property – walk from Cape Jervis to Blowhole Beach for jaw-dropping views

Best Nearby Park

Deep Creek Conservation Reserve

Best Food & Wine Experience

Stay in with a cheese platter and glass of local red by the fire

Best Place for Relaxation

The deck or by the fire

Season

Year round

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Frequently asked questions

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.