Kolay Mirica Falls
- On-site chef
10%, not included
Not available at this property
Fares include all meals, drinks, accommodation, access fees & ground transport.
Not required, but appreciated
Rates are for each guest up to maximum occupancy.
All canceled reservations received 61 or more days prior to arrival are subject to a 10% cancellation penalty.
Reservations canceled within 30-60 days of the scheduled arrival date are subject to a 30% penalty of the entire stay.
Reservations canceled within 15-29 days of the scheduled arrival date are subject to a 70% penalty of the entire stay.
Reservations canceled within 14 days of the scheduled arrival date are subject to a 100% penalty and are responsible for the entire stay and will forfeit all payments.
Pets are not allowed at this property.
Gawler Ranges is 600 km northwest of Adelaide.
How to get here: fly, drive or be driven.
Our tours connect with Qantas & REX flights departing to Adelaide from Port Lincoln at approximately 18:20.
Chinta Air is available to charter to or from Wudinna from Adelaide, Kangaroo Island, Port Lincoln or Mt. Ive station to begin our tours. www.chinta.com.au
Kirkhope Aviation runs charter tours from Melbourne to Kangaluna Camp via Mt. Ive Station and Wudinna. www.kirkhopeaviation.com.au
You can link with our tours at Wudinna and have your vehicle stored free of charge for the duration of the tour.
Driving via the Explorer Highway (Alice Springs to Adelaide):
Guests driving the Explorer Highway from Darwin to Adelaide only have to divert two hours to Wudinna, to connect with our safaris.
The town of Wudinna, our pick-up point, is on Highway One (en-route to Perth from Darwin or Adelaide).
First Light Travel specialise in self-drive, personalised tours to South Australia. www.firstlighttravel.com.auView Google Maps
Kangaluna Camp has been developed by its owners from a lifetime of experience on how to best live in this environment and dry climate. The only water source for the camp is rain water collected from the sky. Techniques are used for water preservation, but you still have private showers and flushing toilets. The luxury safari tents are set in the stunning Mallee wilderness region of the Gawler Ranges in South Australia. This is perfect for the nature lover who really wants to avoid from tourist areas and experience some of South Australia’s finest scenery and wildlife. The curved roofs are designed to cool the tents as they always keep the air flowing. No vegetation has been removed from the site but the camp was designed and built using the natural fire breaks that the trees in this place create for their own protection. Recycled materials were used in the construction and furnishing of the campsite, giving it a tastefully rustic look.
The Camp has a central dining room which is mostly open sided but closed during inclement weather. The camp is a wonderful place to relax, walk and observe the nature which lives in harmony with our presence. The open Mallee Woodland environment is home to many animals that still use their original tracks through the camp, and over a hundred species of birds frequent the area. The night sky is very clear and bright at Kangaluna and guests are able to use the large magnification telescope to view the stars, Saturn, Jupiter and the moon.
Kolay Mirica Falls