Stay at one of the historic cottages within Flinders Chase National Park and enjoy all the park’s attractions.
Karatta Lodge, Troubridge Lodge and Parndana Lodge can be found at Cape du Couedic at the western end of the island and are only a short walk to the spectacular Admirals Arch. These three fully-furnished lighthouse keepers’ cottages all offer three bedrooms that comfortably sleep six people. Facilities include toilets, showers, fridge, cooking facilities and heating. A minimum two night stay all year round applies.
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Further inland at Rocky River within walking distance to the park’s visitor centre are two more heritage cottages where you can soak up the history of the region. Choose from May’s Homestead, built in the 1890s with two bedrooms and sleeping a maximum of 6 people, or Postman’s Cottage, a single room stone hut sleeping up to four people. Both cottages include toilets, showers, fridge, cooking facilities and heating.
Read the reviews of the Rocky River heritage accommodation on TripAdvisor or Google Places.
Heritage accommodation is also available within the park near the Cape Borda Lightstation.
Bookings are essential. For bookings call 08 8553 4410, email firstname.lastname@example.org or book online.