Enjoy your stay at Karalundi Caravan and Camping Park and while you are here we have many local attractions. Including Bush Walking, Bird Watching, Mt Albert, Wildlife, Bush Food, Beautiful Wild Flowers. Star Gazing, Tunnel Hill, Bilyuin Pool, Peak Hill Ruins and the Museum.
We also have an Outdoor Adventure Course operated by our qualified Outdoor Education Specialist.
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Whether interested in geology, astronomy, ornithology, bush walking or simply relaxing in the outback – Karalundi is the oasis to visit and explore. There are 100’s of acres to explore within the boundary fence of Karalundi with plenty of native birds and animals to observe and photograph. Karalundi is situated in the middle of an outback station so when exploring by vehicle, a 4×4 is recommended. When exploring on foot, make sure you let us know which direction you are taking and have plenty of water with you. Some of the attractions, like Mt Albert, are outside the boundary of Karalundi and common courtesy demands that gates be left as you found them (usually closed).
As with any fruits and vegetables traditional bush foods are also seasonal. The ‘bush pear’ pictured is available from March to April. It grows on a vine and is sweet when young. The ‘bush potato’ is an underground tuber growing from a vine with large purple flowers.
Karalundi is a bird watchers haven, many species abound, we can point you in the right direction just ask.
Being isolated from many ground lights is advantageous in watching the night sky. Ask about our area available to camp out under the stars.
Karalundi began as a ‘mission’ in 1954 until 1974, because of its rich history one of the original school buildings has been renovated to showcase this history. The museum is open during office hours.
Situated just 2.5km South, while technically not a mountain was so named after the first student (Albert Curley) to climb it in 1954. At the base you may be lucky enough to find what the locals call ‘devil dice’ a small cubed black rock – see samples in the café. Round trip will take approximately 2hrs.
Located in limestone ‘breakaway’ country 37km north east along a 4WD only track.
Part of the Murchison River, it is located 13km along the Peak Hill Rd.
Peak Hill Ruins
A very interesting place to visit. The old hotel ruins and other foundations can be seen along with old mining relics.
Outdoor Adventure Course
Consisting of high and low rope elements with a ‘Flying Fox’ and ‘Giant Swing’ available for hire by day guests with prior notice. The course is operated by our qualified Outdoor Education Specialist. Corporate and community groups can be accommodated with 2-5 day tailored programs to suit specific needs such as team building, staff retreats, etc.
FACILITY CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE UNTIL 2020
9am to 5pm Sunday to Friday