Camping Melrose - Kookaburra Creek Retreat

  • Kookaburra Creek Retreat - Accommodation
  • Kookaburra Creek Retreat - Accommodation
  • Kookaburra Creek Retreat - Accommodation
  • Kookaburra Creek Retreat - Accommodation
  • Kookaburra Creek Retreat - Accommodation

Kookaburra Creek Bush Retreat

Kookaburra Creek is a stunning privately owned property, offering accommodation, bush camping and a welcoming stay. We’re  just 10 kms north of Melrose, situated at the base of the majestic Mt Remarkable, in the Southern Flinders Ranges.

Our family run Retreat is set on 80 acres of picturesque bushland with Mt Remarkable National Park on 3 sides. Abundant in wildlife with so much natural beauty to be discovered and explored.

This is your opportunity to experience some memorable time in a relaxed atmosphere with friends and family

Our Retreat is a bird watchers and nature lovers paradise. Perfect for Family get together, Reunions, Work Retreats, Bushwalkers, Church Groups, School camps, Youth camps and Scouts.

The Melrose to Wilmington Rail Trail bike track passes the property, giving a pleasant, easy ride into town. Our neighbouring Willowie Forest has a network of bike riding and walking trails being developed.

Whether you’re visiting for an adventurous Hiking trip, Mountain Biking, or to just simply unwind and relax, Kookaburra Creek Retreat offers a unique, peaceful, down to earth holiday, away from the rest!

A secret hideaway, waiting to be discovered….

We offer a range of self-contained accommodation types, with several dwellings to suit either individuals, couples, families or groups.

Outdoor education is a fun way to learn!
Today we enjoyed the company of a local school who visited our Retreat. We walked along the Sheoak Loop Trail and identified native plants from photos on cards, taking photos of the plants on Ipads, and chatting about nature and the environment.
After the nature walk we had lunch and enjoyed some dot painting on rocks collected from the creek, and the children helped us to plant some Native Lemon Grass seed collected from our property, which we'll give back to the school to plant when they're established.
The natural bushland is so fascinating and educational for our young ones. It was such a joy showing these guys around our 80 acre bush property.
School excursion enquiries are welcome.
www.kookaburracreekretreat.com.au
Ph Melita or Joe: 0439 618 378
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Outdoor education is a fun way to learn!
Today we enjoyed the company of a local school who visited our Retreat. We walked along the Sheoak Loop Trail and identified native plants from photos on cards, taking photos of the plants on Ipads, and chatting about nature and the environment.
After the nature walk we had lunch and enjoyed some dot painting on rocks collected from the creek, and the children helped us to plant some Native Lemon Grass seed collected from our property, which well give back to the school to plant when theyre established.
The natural bushland is so fascinating and educational for our young ones. It was such a joy showing these guys around our 80 acre bush property.
School excursion enquiries are welcome.
www.kookaburracreekretreat.com.au
Ph Melita or Joe: 0439 618 378

We always love reading our guests comments in the Guest Book!
Come and book a stay at our comfortable, affordable Retreat.
It's truely worth the experience!
www.kookaburracreekretreat.com.au
Ph: 0439 618 378
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We always love reading our guests comments in the Guest Book!
Come and book a stay at our comfortable, affordable Retreat.
Its truely worth the experience!
www.kookaburracreekretreat.com.au
Ph: 0439 618 378

Spring is here, the days are getting warmer, and the colourful wild flowers are blooming! What an amazing time to see the Southern Flinders Ranges. We have some beautiful scenic trails here at Kookaburra Creek Retreat, where you can enjoy observing the pleasant colours of the bushland, bird watching and now it's warm enough, keep an eye out for the Lace Monitors!
This morning I had a fun ride into the National Park, right next door, the 'Willowie Forest.' There are some really nice Shared Use Trails. Along my ride I saw bright red running postmen, a couple of very fast running emus, and I saw a group of 20 odd kangaroos, who when disturbed, all started bounding towards my direction, splitting up as they passed me...was quite amazing! Absolutely love living at Kookaburra Creek.
Enquire about our accommodation options and bush camping today! Visit our website: www.kookaburracreekretreat.com.au
Ph: 0439 618 378
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Spring is here, the days are getting warmer, and the colourful wild flowers are blooming! What an amazing time to see the Southern Flinders Ranges. We have some beautiful scenic trails here at Kookaburra Creek Retreat, where you can enjoy observing the pleasant colours of the bushland, bird watching and now its warm enough, keep an eye out for the Lace Monitors!
This morning I had a fun ride into the National Park, right next door, the Willowie Forest. There are some really nice Shared Use Trails. Along my ride I saw bright red running postmen, a couple of very fast running emus, and I saw a group of 20 odd kangaroos, who when disturbed, all started bounding towards my direction, splitting up as they passed me...was quite amazing! Absolutely love living at Kookaburra Creek.
Enquire about our accommodation options and bush camping today! Visit our website: www.kookaburracreekretreat.com.au
Ph: 0439 618 378

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