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I received a very friendly welcome, there are super facilities, beautiful site, very clean and piping hot showers!!
So much better than I was expecting.
A female camper travelling alone - I felt very safe here :)
I wish I could have stayed longer ....More
Stayed here in August 2017 with a mate, we were climbing Bluff Knoll and checking out the area.
We found the accomomdation we hired, the rammed earth cabins, perfect for a reasonable couple of nights away. Not massive, but warm, comfortable beds, a hot shower...More
Perfect location for hiking up Bluff Knoll and accessible on foot to the Bluff Knoll Cafe, if you are looking for a place for food and drink and some entertainment. Camping is fairly basic, but suits the needs. Overall, recommend if you are looking for...More
We stayed here for 3 nights in one of their rammed earth cabins. It was quiet , basic accommodation with stunning views. A paddock full of ewes and lambs in one direction, Mt Trio in another and Bluff Knoll visible through the trees. Lots of...More
We stayed here to climb Bluff Knoll, right in the middle of winter with the rush to see some snow. We wanted comfort and a hot shower after. $195 per night. I think it is a bit rich but unfortunately they have the upper hand...More
Yes, the Stirling Range Retreat is not on mains water so rely on rainfall for their water supplies. They are not in a high rainfall area. They have a courtesy sign in the facilities asking for people to take 3 minute... More
Yes, the Stirling Range Retreat is not on mains water so rely on rainfall for their water supplies. They are not in a high rainfall area. They have a courtesy sign in the facilities asking for people to take 3 minute showers to conserve water.