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Exclusive Special Offer

Save 25% off your stay when you check in at Arkaba on selected travel dates…
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Experience the Gift of Adventure

Join us for an immersive travel experience with Wild Bush Luxury this holiday season. To…

Scenic drive to Arkaba

The road to Arkaba is pretty. Very pretty. You’ll travel through the boutique wine country…
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Extend Your Stay

Following the three-night Arkaba Walk, you may like to extend your stay and explore more…
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The Long Run

Arkaba’s beautifully restored 1850’s homestead, welcoming just ten guests at a time, is surrounded by…
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Our Team: Bruce Lawson

Few guides have lived the concept of wilderness trails more than Bruce Lawson.   Thousands of…
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Exclusive Use of Arkaba Homestead

Arkaba’s 63,000 acres make it the perfect destination for small private groups of up to…
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Fauna, fossils and food of the Flinders

Discover the beauty and ancient history of South Australia's Flinders Ranges, with the new four-night…
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Get ready for a safari in the Flinders Ranges

An Arkaba experience, as told by the Australian Financial Review. 'There’s no big game, but…
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In good company for sustainability

The UK’s Financial Times share their tips for sustainable lodgings, including Arkaba. Click here to…
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Why the Flinders Ranges needs to be your next getaway

Don’t take just our word for it. See Qantas Travel Insider for more. Click here…
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History of Arkaba Conservancy

THE FIRST INHABITANTS The Flinders Ranges were originally inhabited by the Adnyamathanha (Hill People) thousands…



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Arkaba Walk acknowledges the Aboriginal Communities and Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and we recognise their continued connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to Elders past and present, as we seek to understand their history and learn from their knowledge.