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Prairie Hotel

Prairie Hotel

Parachilna is far from a bustling town in fact it has an official population of just seven. The Prairie Hotel is truly an oasis on the plains of the Flinders Ranges, some of the most ancient and fascinating formations on Earth. Literally, in the middle of nowhere, the Prairie is a true outback hotel. Learn more »

Wine, Dine & Roos

Punctuating any Aussie adventure with some serious wine-quaffing, roo-reconnoitering and epicurean escapades is what sets an Aussie Family adventure apart from anything else!

The Aussie Family Guide, through their own eyes…..

Jack - 8 Year Old Son   “It was AWEsome, we hiked along the beaches, there was so much stuff to collect and we never saw any other people, and then we went down into a valley where dinosaurs once roamed – it was way cool!”
 
Jenny - Mom (40-ish) “After hiking up these huge cliffs we were met by the most spectacular sight, a gourmet picnic lunch set up under a shade of eucalyptus trees! The table was laden with fresh baked pies and breads, amazing salads and an incredible array of seafood, AND ice cold bottles of the most delicious Sauvignon Blanc from the Adelaide Hills, it was heavenly.”
 
Chloe - 15 year old daughter – “The guide was hot…”
 
John – Dad (late 40’s) – “The shoreline fishing was epic, our guide really first rate but it was the cold lager at the end of our hike that had be me sold!”
 
Australia's breathtaking coastal areas are tranquil swathes of green with vast sandy beaches that are peppered with breathtaking cliff formations, and as the shoreline folds inland you will find yourself in the heartland of all Australian produce.  Family owned farms and vineyards revel in the balmy Mediterranean climate and offer the last gasp of green before you hit the  endless swaths of brown and abundant adventures to be had in the Outback. 

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PRAIRIE PARADISE
Check out the Praire Hotel – Parchilna (Population 7) where the menu boasts the best ferile food, like Ozenkadnook burgers (very fat kangaroo), stir fried wallaby, or a feral mixed grill of camel sausage, kangaroo fillet, and goat shanks on a bed of mashed potatoes and gravy….all washed down by a generous pint of Farghers Lager!  A visit to the Prairie Hotel is a must for all!
 







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Capella Lodge

Capella Lodge

Capella Lodge is Lord Howe-luxury and Lord Howe Island's premium boutique accommodation. Commanding stunning ocean and mountain views the lodge affords a civilised, stylish and sophisticated escape. Capella's contemporary cuisine, first name service, relaxed sophistication and intimate surroundings combine to deliver a unique and exclusive Lord Howe Island experience.Learn more »
Lizard Island

Lizard Island

Lizard Island is one of a kind. Located in one of the richest areas of the Great Barrier Reef and just an hour's flight north of Cairns, it's a nature's work of art. Outstanding in every respect, the unique pleasures of Voyage's Lizard Island have created an idyllic retreat second to none.Learn more »
Qualia

Qualia

Qualia (pronounced "kwahleea") is located on the secluded and breathtakingly beautiful northern most point of Hamilton Island. Qualia is only a two to three hour non-stop flight from Australia's major east coast cities. Qualia is an international standard boutique resort.Learn more »
Southern Ocean Lodge

Southern Ocean Lodge

Perched atop a dramatic cliff location, twenty-one luxurious suites create the ultimate fusion between nature and luxury. Endowed with majestic views of the awe inspiring Southern Ocean and featuring custom designed interiors, every consideration has been given to navigating the fine balance between nature, comfort and contemporary style.Learn more »
North Bundaleer

North Bundaleer

Situated on 400 acres of native bushland and farmland, North Bundaleer was completed in 1901, one of the last grand Pastoral Homesteads built in South Australia. Registered on the National Estate, we are situated 190km North of Adelaide, in the Clare Valley region, on the way to the Flinders Ranges.Learn more »

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