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Heritage accommodation

South Australia has many unique heritage places where you can stay and explore.

If you want to experience staying in a heritage place within one of our many wonderful parks, visit the parks accommodation webpage here.

Other interesting heritage places where you can stay include:

  • Expansive outback stations and homesteads like Beltana Station, Rawnsley Park, Old Wilpena Station and Arkaba Homestead.

  • Former gaols like The Old Mount Gambier Gaol and Gladstone Gaol.

  • Lighthouses and keepers cottages at Cape Willoughby and Cape Borda.

  • Miners’ cottages at Burra and Moonta Mines State heritage areas.

  • Opulent historic country homes like Mt Lofty House in the Adelaide Hills, Collingrove Homestead at Angaston, Kingsford Homestead in the Barossa Valley, Colhurst House at Mt Gambier, Wolta Wolta Homestead at Clare and Anlaby Station at Kapunda.

  • Shearers quarters at Angorachina and Moolooloo Stations near Blinman and Bungaree Station north of Clare.

  • Winery areas like Chateau Tanunda Guesthouse and Seppeltsfield Vineyard Cottage in the Barossa Valley.

These and many other accommodation options can be booked via the South Australian Tourism Commission website here.

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