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March 30, 2021 Resort News No Comments Email Email

Wilpena Pound Resort has revealed a new look for its Aroona Rooms in the hotel, following a soft refurbishment of each of the 24 lead-in category rooms.

The completed works include new soft furnishings, fresh painting throughout and new flooring ready for guests from March 14, 2021 onwards.

The Aroona rooms refurbishment is part of a broader refreshment for the resort’s hotel and glamping tents at Ikara Safari Camp, with all accommodation slated to be available for guests from April 1, 2021.

To celebrate, the resort has announced a Stay 3 Pay 2* offer available for sale from now until September 30, for stays from May 1 – September 30 this year.

Wilpena Pound Resort offers the perfect base from which to explore the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park. Take a walking tour with a local Aboriginal cultural guide, explore the gorges and ranges on a 4-wheel-drive tour, or discover the majesty of the Pound and its surroundings from the air on a scenic flight. With a restaurant, bar, swimming pool and Visitor Information Centre the resort is a welcoming oasis in the outback, just perfect for a three-night break.

Wilpena Pound Resort is located some 430km north of Adelaide in the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park. Ikara Wilpena Pound is Adnyamathanha Yarta or Country. Located in the heart of the National Park, Wilpena Pound Resort offers visitors guests a first-hand, personal experience of the ancient landscape, delivered through the perspective of the region’s Traditional Owners, the Adnyamathanha people. The resort comprises a 60-room hotel, Ikara Safari Camp with 15 glamping tents and a large campground. South Australia’s largest mountain range, the Flinders Ranges dates some 800 million years and is recognised worldwide for its geological history and impressive Ediacaran fossils. A state-led bid to have the Flinders Ranges inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list is currently underway.

*Subject to availability, conditions and block out dates apply.

For more information and bookings, visit or call 1800 805 802.

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