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Please proceed to the reception area on arrival where our friendly staff will attend to your check-in needs and warmly welcome you to the Karijini Eco Retreat. Maps and brochures about local attractions can be found at the information desk.
Reception hours: 7am - 9am between April and October. (7am to 10am and 1pm to 7pm November to March).
Cold drinks, creamy ice-creams, confectionery, tea and coffee are available as well as a range of unique Karijini souvenirs.
For your convenience, a limited supply of bread, ice, milk and other groceries are available for purchase, subject to available supply.
Restaurant & Bar
The fully licensed Karijini Eco Retreat - Alfresco Restaurant offers cooked and continental breakfasts, mouth-watering outback-style dinners and packed picnic lunches.
Relax with an ice-cold glass of your favourite beverage in our well-stocked bar where you can mingle with staff and other guests and share tales of your days' adventures!
Hot takeaway meals are available for purchase each night from the restaurant for guests to take back to their tents.
For those looking to self-cater, a limited number of free outdoor BBQ areas (Gas barbeques, sinks, preparation areas, seating & tables) are scattered around the Retreat.
Please note: Open fires are not permitted to be lit in National Parks.
Flushing toilets and solar hot water showers (standard & bag type) are provided in the ablution blocks to service the campsites - these facilities are cleaned daily. Deluxe Eco Tents with private ensuite facilities are serviced every 4 days.
Please note that due to the use of solar power, we cannot guarantee the provision of hot water and this is controlled by weather conditions.
A public payphone is provided for the convenience of guests and is situated adjacent to the manager's residence. Charge cards are available for purchase from reception.
Optus expands mobile coverage to Karijini National Park (Optus Only)
Australian operator Optus has switched on three satellite small cells in Western Australia’s Karijini National Park bringing mobile coverage to the area for the first time as part of round two of the Federal Government’s Mobile Black Spot Program.
The new sites are located at Karijini Eco Resort, Karijini Campground and the Karijini Visitor Centre with coverage expected to cover a radius of approximately 3 km from each site. Optus was awarded 23 satellite small cell sites across Western Australia as part of the Government’s second round Mobile Black Spot Program. A total of AUD 5.7 million has been allocated to Western Australia as part of round two of the Program co-contributed by Federal and State Government and Optus.
The 11 new Optus Mobile Black Spot sites live in Western Australia include El Questro, Emma Gorge, Millstream Homestead, Bell Gorge, Karijini Eco Retreat, Karijini Campground, Karijini Visitor Centre, Tjuntjuntjara, Ilkurlka Roadhouse, Home Valley Station and Mt Augustus.