Gum Creek Lodge is nestled in the heart of SA’s magnificent Flinders Ranges. It is located on Gum Creek Station, 480 kms north of Adelaide and stretches along the northern boundary of the great Flinders Ranges National Park. The Lodge is tucked into a ridge top near the homestead and overlooks a valley of river red gums and native pines.
Guests at Gum Creek Lodge are immersed in the scenic grandeur of the ranges and enjoy exclusive access to almost 200 km² of undisturbed country within the station’s boundaries. Experience bushwalking, 4WD tours along ridgetop tracks, or mountain bike riding along the station’s spectacular and private mountain bike trails. You can also experience the breathtaking night sky, sit back over a long lunch around a camp fire under towering red gums, or just relax on your own personal deck at the Lodge.
The Lodge exhibits striking architecture, utilising glass, timber, corrugated iron and local stone. It has four ensuite bedrooms which can be either king-size or twin share format and with an additional bunk room and separate bathroom, can sleep a maximum of ten. There is also a large fully equipped kitchen, dining and lounge area, with front deck and a rear courtyard which features an open fire place, wood fired pizza oven and drinks niche. Rooms are air-conditioned and have gas space heating. The Lodge is powered by the homestead solar/wind power system and fully utilizes rainwater.
Gum Creek lodge opens the door for your unique and unforgettable Flinders Ranges experience.