Undara Experience

Indicative Rate * AU$16 to AU$187

An ancient secret has been unearthed for visitors to Tropical North Queensland, which offers another natural wonder besides the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest to marvel at. The Undara Volcanic National Park is one of Australia's greatest geological wonders. It boasts the best-preserved and largest lava tubes system on earth, offering an unforgettable experience to satisfy the appetite of both adventurer and eco-traveller.

Awaken your taste buds at the famous Bush Breakfast at the Ringers Camp, where the smell of campfire cooking is accompanied by the morning bird chorus. Relish a home-style lunch or A-la-Carte dinner within nostalgic dining carriages.

Award winning Savannah Guides conduct all tours from the lodge, including a choice of lava tube tours and the spectacular Wildlife at Sunset tour. Join the free nightly campfire activity run by Savannah Guides.

Accommodation varies from beautifully appointed Pioneers Huts, newly restored railway carriages, the Swags Tent Village and the Outback Caravan Park and Camp Ground.

Opera in the Outback and the Undara Outback Rock and Blues festival, two annual events as unique as the venue.

Stay a while in this beautiful Outback region and experience something that you will treasure forever. It's simply called the Undara Experience!

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Communal Shower
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Gas
  • Kiosk
  • Laundry
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Camping
  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our rooms

Pioneer Huts

Nestled in the Savannah Woodland yet close to Undara Central, is Undara Experience's latest accommodation development embracing modern day initiatives to ensure they perfectly suit the Undara brand.

The Pioneer Huts are fully air-conditioned with bathrooms and a private veranda perfect for relaxing or wildlife spotting allowing you to immerse yourself in this Outback landscape in complete comfort.

Turn-of-the century Queensland railway carriages lovingly restored to their former glory now lie beneath tall, shady gum trees. Charming, compact and comfortable, with covered decks to watch wildlife or enjoy the restful bush sounds from. All linen is included.

Standard Double/Twin Carriage

Turn-of-the century Queensland railway carriages lovingly restored to their former glory now lie beneath tall, shady gum trees. Charming, compact and comfortable, with covered decks to watch wildlife or enjoy the restful bush sounds. All linen included. Shared Facilities. A mobility-impaired room is available.

Like camping without roughing it? Then the Swags Tent Village is ideal. Newly refurbished, large and comfortable permanent tents in a shady bush setting. Linen not included but is available for hire AUD10 per person, per stay.

Swags Tent Deluxe (Six-Man)

If you love the idea of camping out without roughing it, then Swags Tent Village is the ideal alternative. Large and comfortable permanent tents in a shady bush setting. Deluxe tents have their own kitchenette. Linen not included but is available for hire AUD10 per person, per stay.

Perfect for groups with own tents. Close to a communal camp kitchen, power and also close to an amenities block. Maximum 30 people per site.

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Set in shady bush surrounds with abundant wildlife. Rejuvenate in the peace and quiet. It is situated within easy access of Lodge facilities.

Set in shady bush surrounds with abundant wildlife. Rejuvenate in the peace and quiet. It is situated within easy access of Lodge facilities.

Swag Tent Economy (Two-Man)

If you love the idea of camping out without roughing it, then the Swag Tent Village is the ideal alternative. Large and comfortable permanent tents in a shady bush setting. Linen not included but is available for hire AUD10 per person, per stay.

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