Kookaburra Creek will offer you a farm stay experience out in the bush. Send the kids to collect the chooks eggs, and offer the chooks your food scraps in return.
Say hello to, and pat our very friendly sheep. We’ve nurtured them since they were 1 week old orphans. ‘Nudgie’, ‘Betty-Blue-Eyes’, ‘Spot’ and ‘Lamby’. They are very entertaining to watch! Please don't go into the sheep yard, 'Nudgie has his name for a reason!
If you come at the right season, there will be fresh vegetable and fruit produce in the garden for you to enjoy! Please only take what you need for a meal, so others can enjoy too.
All indoor taps and showers are on rain water supply. We supply complimentary spring water for drinking for those who prefer this, but groups will need to supply their own.Dam water is used for the garden. The yellow taps in the garden are dam water and to be used for watering the garden only. No drinking.
Please use showers sparingly to help us conserve rain water, 2 minute showers would be appreciated. This is our only water supply.
Accessible to all types of vehicles with care. The road is stony in places. Please drive at 25kms or less along the road, as there are many kangaroos and euros along the way.
Our bush property is a gift we share with you, for you to enjoy and take in the beauty and tranquility. The Vintage Trucks, Rusty Relics, and old Chimney Ruins are a fun display of our history…
Please help us by teaching your children to love and respect our property as much as we do. They will need to be supervised.
During winter and a wet spring the dams may have water in them. There are 2 unfenced dams on our property.
There are signs with maps showing where the dams are. It is a good idea when you arrive, to become familiar with the property and your surrounds. Once again, please supervise your children. No swimming in the dams please.
Camping: We supply wood for $10. Please don't collect it from the bush (fallen kindling is ok). When camping please only burn enough wood for cooking and keeping warm. It's not necessary to have large fires. In warmer months, April, September and October, please extinguish fires with water when going to bed or leaving the camp.
Camping is seasonal, April - October. Only during non fire-ban season. Strictly no fires on any declared SA Total Fire Ban days.