Pricing & Facilities

There is dormitory style accommodation for groups of up to 53 people, with brand new cooking facilities and modern toilets and showers.


Bunk accommodation
$15 per person per night

Former TAFE site
This building has been completely refurbished and comprises four bedrooms, with two beds in each room, made up with all linen provided. A self-contained, well equipped kitchen, male and female toilets, showers, laundry, dining room and TV lounge.
$75 per person per night

Women’s Centre
Self-contained sleeps four
$35.00 per person per night


This is a large dining area equipped with tables and chairs, fully equipped commercial kitchen and BBQ’s on the verandah deck.
$100.00 per day

BBQ, basketball court, WIFI available for purchase, laundry and shared kitchen.


What is the best time of year to visit?

The best time of year to visit is from early April to early October. During winter the nights get quite cold but the days are perfect for bushwalking and sightseeing. Most of our bush tucker is available from September to March. Visitors in summer can expect days between 35 and 40 degrees. However, the evenings are cooler and perfect for relaxing outside, and we have a few waterholes nearby that are good for swimming.

Do I need a 4WD to come to Nepabunna?

Not necessarily, many of the local people drive 2wd vehicles.  The key is to drive about 70km/hr on the dirt roads to avoid any hassles.  If you plan to visit Nantawarrina you will need a 4wd.  It is always a good idea to ring our office on (08) 8648 3764 to check road conditions before leaving in case of recent rain.

Can I just roam around Nepabunna land by myself?

No. The exceptions are if you are camping or visiting Nantawarrina or if you are walking locally around the town of Nepabunna.  To visit Nantawarrina you still need a permit and must stick to designated tracks.  If you intend to drive off the main road in Nepabunna it is a good idea to drop in or call our office first.

Do mobiles work at Nepabunna?

No, Nepabunna has no mobile reception but we do have a public pay phone.  Guests are welcome to give friends or family the office number to ring in or can use the office phone in emergencies.  CB radios or satellite phones can be useful if you’re camping or travelling around Nantawarrina.

How are the Northern Flinders different from the Southern Flinders Ranges?

Generally speaking the Northern Flinders Ranges are more rugged.  The scenery is breathtaking.  Because the Northern Flinders are more remote it also a bit more untouched and less visited.

What other attractions are near Nepabunna?

Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary is a 45 minute drive further on and the spectacular Gammon Ranges National Park borders Nepabunna and is only 5 minutes drive away. Innaminka is about 3-4 hours away.