Cons: Food service was disorganised and understaffed
Pros: The bed was extremely comfortable and the staff were very friendly. The staff helped us to decide very quickly how to plan our time in the Flinders and make the most of our short stay.
Cons: The food is fantastic however it took a while for the meal to be served. This wasn't based on just one night's experience but on all three nights. The restaurant was very busy and the place ...
Cons: The property is run down.
Cons: This resort is very run down with poor service and is very poor value for money. The meal quality was poor with orders missed. There is a 2% surcharge for all credit cards which is unwarranted...
Pros: Everything...The resort is very nice, quiet and clean. The staff was friendly.
Pros: Always great to stay at Wilpenia Pound. Room was comfortable with lots of room.
Cons: We were given a disabled access room so the shower was not the best
Pros: Given that apart from camping this property has no compitition it is good value. There is plenty to do and the staff were helpful and friendly.
Cons: There where some maintenance issues with the room that needed attention e.g. the toilet constantly dripped and the shower rail had been fixed but the plaster work above it hadn't been repaired.
Pros: The situation of the Motel for sightseeing etc. was good.
Cons: The Motel is a bit tired and the rooms a little small and outdated.
Pros: Great environment. Good Information available fro different walks and other activities such as flights.
Pros: Having a table and chairs for eating in the room and playing games at night. Breakfasts included in our package were great.
Cons: Booked a twin room, delivered as a single and double, but single had no doona and it was cold overnight. Heater was very noisy, clicking on and off. Exhaust fan was even noisier and completely ...
Located in the majestic Flinders Ranges National Park, South Australia, Wilpena Pound Resort is 430km North of Adelaide. This extraordinary landscape is 800 million years old and is home to the indigenous Adnyamathanha people. Guests will enjoy a haven in the outback with 60 hotel rooms, 15 safari tents, a picturesque campground, restaurant, bar, bistro and swimming pool. The National Park Visitor Information Centre and a general store are also within the resort.