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Accommodation in Karijini


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Auski Tourist Village

Welcome to tourist village, nestled alongside the magnificent Karijini National Park.

  • Price:From $30 - $175 per night
  • Rating:3 star

Details

  • Wheelchair Access:Yes
  • Type:Motel,Camping Grounds,Caravan Parks,1 - 3 Stars
  • Facilities:Pets Allowed,Wheelchair Access
  • Price Range:Under $50,$50-$100,$100-$200
  • Capacity:51 - 100

Description

<p> Auski offers a range of accommodation to suit all travellers. In the heart of the gorge country, between Port Hedland and Newman, the Village is a gateway to some of the most beautiful and secluded natural wonders of the State. Auski offers a variety of 3 star accommodation surrounded by spectacular landscape. The motel units, single rooms, caravan park and camping grounds all provide clean and comfortable accommodation with friendly helpful service. The Village also contains a well stocked Roadhouse for any additional requirements.  We also welcome dogs!</p>

Karijini Eco Retreat

Karijini Eco Retreat offers furnished Deluxe Eco Tents with en-suites. Luxury in the outback with a unique licensed alfresco restaurant and bar.

Details

  • Capacity:21 - 50
  • Facilities:Bar,Family Friendly,Restaurant
  • Price Range:$300 - $600

Description

Ideally located in the depths of the magnificent Karijini National Park is the new and unique Karijini Eco Retreat. The retreat offers a selection of affordable accommodation options, tours and quality facilities whilst complementing and harmonising with the natural and rugged outback setting.

After a day of exploring,join us for a relaxed drink and chat at the bar and a scrumptious meal in our outback alfresco restaurant offering a unique dining experience and quality cuisine with a distinctly Australian twist. Be the outback chef on the communal grill and prepare your own Scotch Fillet or Barramundi to your liking; or order straight from the kitchen and enjoy the service! Breakfast,dinner and packed lunches are available daily along with a selection of drinks, snacks, supplies and souvenirs from the kiosk and tour desk.

Accommodation

Our furnished Eco Tents with full en-suite offer a taste of luxury in the outback. These spacious tents offer top of the range king, twin or bunk beds with full linen, bedside tables and blanket box, natural ventilation and an outdoor deck complete with table and chairs. Campsites (non-powered) are provided for the traditional campers who prefer to pitch their own tent or bring their own caravan or camper. Quality share showers, flushing toilets and a BBQ Bush Kitchen with undercover preparation and seating areas are provided.

All campsite guests are welcome to make full use of the restaurant,bar and kiosk or join one of the exciting adventure tours available for purchase from the tour desk.

Karijini National Park is 1400kms north of Perth in the spectacular Pilbara region is is an iconic National Park & the second largest in WA. The Park boasts breathtaking scenery from spinifex covered plains to contrasting hues of red ochre and striking blues in sheer sided chasms and cavernous gorges.

Karijini Eco Retreat is within walking distance of Joffre Gorge and is the perfect base to explore Dales Gorge featuring Fortescue Falls and Fern and Circular Pools. Oxer Lookout and the renowned Handrail Pool at Weano Gorge are recommended or experience the majesty of Mt Bruce. With each site as beautiful as the next, Karijini National Park is the experience of a lifetime.

Gumala Aboriginal Corporation Karijini Eco Retreat is 100% owned by the Gumala Aboriginal Corporation (GAC) representing the collective interests of the Traditional Owners.Gumala represents the interests of the Niapiali, Bunjima and Innawonga Peoples of the Pilbara region of Western Australia.Gumala is the Aboriginal word in the Bunjima Language meaning all together.

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