Karijini Park, Western Australia
Reception Restaurant and Bar Kiosk BBQ Facilities Ablutions Public payphone Campsites Deluxe Eco tent ensuite bathroom and deck Unpowered dorm type tent
KARIJINI ECO RETREAT KARIJINI NATIONAL PARK, WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Ideally located in the depths of the breathtaking Karijini National Park, awaits the new and unique Karijini Eco Retreat - the first and only permanent up-market, luxury accommodation in the Park! Offering quality accommodation, facilities and tours, this much anticipated development is now open and ready to welcome you to a new world of environmentally friendly, affordable accommodation with a touch of luxury and a taste of genuine mateship and hospitality in outback Western Australia!
The Karijini Eco Retreat offers comfortable, luxurious eco tents in a rugged outback setting, along with campsites featuring quality shared facilities including new toilets, showers and BBQ bush kitchens for self catering. Karijini Eco Retreat offers a mix of traditional campsites and new eco tents. The range of accommodation includes 82 campsites, 5 group campsites, 40 upmarket eco tents with ensuites, 10 eco tents with shared facilities and a delightful outback style alfresco licensed Restaurant offering quality meals with a traditional Australian flavour!
The dinner menu is uniquely Australian with a tempting delights guaranteed to please! Continental and cooked breakfasts are offered each morning and packed picnic lunches and snacks to take to the gorges with you are prepared daily. Coffee, tea, snacks and drinks are also available all day at the kiosk/gift shop. Please see our Restaurant link to find out more about this delightful and unique outback dining facility in the Karijini National Park!
Guided walking and tag-a-long tours are offered at selected times to ensure you experience the wonderous sights and sounds of this magnificent part of the Pilbara.
The accommodation facility is 100% owned by the local Gumala Aboriginal Corporation which in turn represents the collective interests of the three Aboriginal language groups Niapiali, Bunjima and Innawonga of the Pilbara region.