Karijini Eco Retreat / Savannah Campground

Caravan Park

3 from 123 users


Karijini Eco Retreat is an environmentally friendly accommodation and restaurant facility nestled in the pristine bushland at Joffre Gorge - in the heart of the world-class Karijini National Park. Alongside the outback bush camping experience, the multi-award-winning Karijini Eco Retreat is the first and only facility to offer comfortable glamping accommodation in the Park! Offering quality accommodation and facilities, the management and staff look forward to welcoming you to a unique world of environmentally friendly, affordable accommodation and camping options with a touch of outback luxury and a taste of genuine mateship and hospitality in outback Western Australia! Choose from a range of accommodation including 64 campsites, 5 group campsites, 40 upmarket eco tents with ensuites, 10 'Dorm Style' eco tents, 8 'Dorm Style' cabins, and a delightful outback style alfresco licensed Restaurant offering quality meals with a traditional Australian flavour!

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Lat: -22.38705 Lng: 118.263291

User Reviews


Money for Nothing

In the camping spots here. Bit more expensive than a DBCA spot but you're getting showers and flushing toilets if you're willing to walk to the reception area - which could be 20m or 1km walk depending where you're set up. You're also getting a bar, shop with ice and some essentials and tvs with afl. Some of the toilets are pretty disgusting, almost seem to be overflowing. The smell is bad even with the lid shut. But on the whole I'd come again. Can't beat the location and scenery


The Travelling Trio

Not sure what the eco bit is. We dropped by for a look after nearby gorges and were served coffee and iced chocolate in single use plastic cups. Nice.....



Was so looking forward to our Karijini Eco Retreat experience I booked us the Deluxe tent for a treat and the dinner in the famous outback restaurant that offered a fantastic a la carte menu which you need to book prior to arrival. The tent is anything but deluxe and I am being very picky as I've stayed in "Deluxe " tents Glamping style before. The duna was filthy red dust it just wreaked of red dust old worn out and tired so I virtually paid the price for my own flushing loo and outdoor shower which is rather expensive when you think of it. Look the experience was pretty cool it's a very pretty backdrop against our beautiful Australian outback the walk is easy to do to Joffre Gorge got some fantastic pictures Roads are badly corrugated We couldn't get to Weano Gorge roads too rough


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