This 1850's home on the outback range is pure Aussie opulence.
Arkaba is set on 60,000 acres of ancient landscape, molded by geographical activity and conservation. Totally takeover the 5 en-suite bedrooms, modeled after the home's pioneering past. Luxe touches combined with the lush landscape make for an unforgettable event locale.
An ancient landscape moulded by hundreds of years of geological activity, the Flinders Ranges offers some of Australia's most spectacular outback scenery. Arkaba's 60,000 acre private conservancy is home to a wondrous variety of bird and wildlife and a remarkable conservation story. Guests enjoy the five bedroom 1850's homestead and private guiding while a few 'Wild Bush Luxury' touches ensure comfort, style and a truly memorable outback experience.
Dating back to the 1850s, Arkaba Homestead's 5 ensuite bedrooms have been tastefully restored in tune with the property's pioneering history. With Wild Bush Luxury's understated Australian style, the homstead pays homage to this rich pastoral and exploration heritage in a style that is both rustically chic and utterly exclusive.
Standout Venue Features:
Arkaba’s true luxury comes in the fact that its 60,000 acres are shared by just 10 guests, taking the definition of exclusivity to a new level in Australia. Nestled amongst the ancient landscape of the Flinders Ranges, Arkaba is a genuine blend of conservation and tourism.
Food, Restaurants, Cafes, Bars & Lounges
Food, Restaurants, Cafes:
South Australia is one of Australia's great culinary stories: - its soils and clean air providing the key natural parameters for fresh and innovative produce. Arkaba has adopted a 'buy local' principle and the head chef uses the very best of South Australia's produce to craft the food program with a few native elements to add a unique intrigue and interest. A purely South Australian wine cellar has been selected to showcase a cross-section of wine growing regions with the grape varieties for which they are best known. The bar is completely open and the chef will adapt very specifically to guest tastes and needs. Dining around an old wool classing table on the outdoor terrace with the ever-changing light and sounds of the bush all around is a special and uniquely Australian experience. A firepit in the corner of the garden provides a great spot to retire to after dinner with a glass of wine or port to watch the stars appear over this ancient landscape.
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