Here are some of our most Frequently Asked Questions. If you have any further questions please phone or email us


Q - Where are you located?

A - Our farm stay is near Hawker in the Flinders Ranges, South Australia. Check in is at our homestead, 651 Willow Waters Road, Hawker. The Quarters is located 14km east of Hawker. Mt Scott Homestead is 20km east of Hawker. The Eco Tent and bush campsites are located 21km east of Hawker in Willow Waters Gorge.


Q - Is bed linen and towels provided?

A - Yes, we provide bed linen and towels in all accommodation.


Q - Are you pet friendly?

A - We do not allow pets at any of our accommodation. Our campsites are pet friendly and you can bring your pet with prior permission only if you are camping. Poison baits may be present at times for control of wild dogs and foxes so be sure to mention your pets.


Q - Can I have a campfire?

A - You can have a campfire providing it is not Fire Ban Season or a Total Fire Ban Day. Always ask us before lighting the camp fire.


Q - Do we need 4WD to access your property?

A - No. Our property is 2WD accessible 99.9% of the time. If we have had heavy rain, the roads may be washed out at the creek crossings which may restrict access for a short time. 4WD hire is available at Chris's Mechanical in Hawker.


Q - What type of coffee does the coffee machine use?

A - Our coffee machines are espresso style machines. We provide a jar of ground coffee or you are welcome to bring your own favorite brand.


Q - How far are you from Wilpena Pound Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park?

A - Appox 40 minute drive, 10 minutes to Hawker and 30 minutes to Wilpena on the main highway.


Q - Where is the closest supermarket?

A - There is a General Store in Hawker which has a variety of grocery lines, bread, milk, fresh fruit and vegetables and frozen meat. Contact us to arrange pre orders for your groceries.


Q - Can i bring my kids to the Eco Tent?

A - Our Eco Tent has a maximum occupancy of 2 guests only. Extra guests are not allowed.


Q - What is your commitment to conservation and drought recovery?

A - Over the past 5 years, drought has severely affected the vegetation on our property. Many native plants, and consequently native animals, have been lost.

Thankfully we have seen some recent rains! The country is improving and the animals are returning, however the recovery will be a long one.
Our goal is to plant 1 native species per booking to help with the recovery of our natural environment.