This property is managed by Executive Holiday Rental, Real People, Real Service.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Suitable for childrenSuitable for children
No pets - No pets allowedNo pets allowed
No events - No parties allowed.No parties allowed.
No smoking - No smoking insideNo smoking inside
Max guests: 10
- A failure to comply with any of the Terms and Conditions to Stay may be considered a serious breach, resulting in your eviction & loss of money paid.
- Only the number of guests are to reside as per booking and exceeding the agreed number of guests you may be evicted from the property without refund
- Parties and functions are STRICTLY PROHIBITED the price charged is for domestic use only and not commercial
All towels and bedding washed in hot water that’s at least 60ºC
Cleaned with disinfectant
Property has guest safety measures
Minimum three-day vacancy between guests’ stays
High-touch surfaces cleaned with disinfectant (e.g. countertops, light switches, handles and taps)
Things to do in Port Augusta.
Wadlata Outback Centre
Located at 41 Flinders Terrace the Wadlata Visitor Information Centre (which includes the Wadlata Tunnel of Time) is an outstanding, award winning information centre. It provides extensive information and maps so the traveller can plan their trip into the Outback. It provides information about the animals which roamed the area thousands of years ago, about the Aborigines who moved through the area, about the early European explorers and the stockmen, pastoralists and miners who opened up the Outback. It looks at the great challenge of transport and communication in the desert and alerts the traveller to the unique set of forces which created modern day Central Australia. It is open Monday - Friday 9.00 am - 5.30 pm, Saturday and Sunday 10.00 am - 4.00 pm.
Wadlata's Tunnel of Time
A superb opportunity to experience the world of the Aborigines who have lived in the area for the past 40,000 years and the European settlers. This interactive experience starts with the creation of the Flinders Ranges, includes fossils and a prehistoric lizard, recounts Aboriginal stories from the Dreamtime, tells stories of early settlers and the ongoing battle to get adequate water supplies, explores the desert fauna and flora, includes both School of the Air and Royal Flying Doctor experiences and looks at opal mining and the legendary outback postman, Tom Kruse. It is recommended that you allocated between one to five hours. It is open Monday - Friday 9.00 am - 5.30 pm, Saturday and Sunday 10.00 am - 4.00 pm.
Mural on the Hill
Located on the corner of Flinders Terrace and the Augusta Highway is a mural made from 2500 hand-painted tiles. It was created by artist Diane Turner and depicts the history of the area from the Dreaming through to the present day.
St Augustine's Church
The foundation stone for the church was laid in 1868 and the first service held in 1870. The church was replaced in 1882. The bell was purchased in 1871 for the first church and the hall behind the church was used as a school for boys after 1878.
4 Gibson Street
Built in 1864 by the first British settler in the town, Alexander Tassie, this house was used by a succession of local doctors from 1917 to 2009.
This hotel was the fourth built by Alexander Mackay. Completed in 1878 it was, at the time, reputed to be the largest hotel in South Australia. The town was booming at the time and between 1878-1883 a total of twelve hotels were built.
Constructed in 1881 by the Bank of South Australia at a cost of £4,500 it remained a bank until 1891 when it became a boarding house for employees of the Commonwealth Railways. Today it houses offices for public servants.
The original Town Hall was completed in 1887 with stone quarried at Quorn. It was burnt down in 1944 but successfully rebuilt with the original facade in 1946. Although somewhat unloved it still has a ballroom and a two-storey theatre.
Port Augusta Cultural Centre - Yarta Purtli
Located at 6 Beauchamp Lane in the old Magistrate's Court is the local home of Aboriginal art. It holds regular exhibitions (both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal) and celebrates the art of the Aboriginal language groups who live in the Port Augusta region. It is open weekdays between 10.00 am - 4.00 pm. Tel (08) 8641 9175.
Royal Flying Doctor Service
Located at the Port Augusta Airport Base and Hangar this is one of the many Flying Doctor bases which is open for inspection by the public. There are tours of the base which include a video presentation of the work of the Royal Flying Doctor in the 21st Century and a visit to the Alf Traeger Communications Room which deals with emergency calls from all over the 840,000 square kilometres served by the base. It is open weekdays between 10.00 am - noon and 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm. Tel (08) 8648 9500
Military Memorabilia Museum
Located at 15 Fulham Road and open from 4.00 pm daily the RSL Military Memorabilia Museum features a Leopard Tank (outside - and available for viewing anytime) with a museum which houses memorabilia collected from wars dating back to the Boer War and including the most recent conflicts. For more information tel: 0467 804 976.
Located on Whiting Parade (at the far south-eastern extremity of the city and on Spencer Gulf) the McLennan Lookout and park is located on the site where Matthew Flinders landed in 1802. It was named after Alan McLennan, a local historian, and offers excellent views across Spencer Gulf towards the Power Stations.
Water Tower Lookout
Located just across the bridge to the west of the town on Mitchell Terrace this old iron water tower (the first one was built in 1882) was built to provide water for people living in Port Augusta West. Today, when you climb four flights of stairs, it offers panoramic views across Spencer Gulf, the salt pans to the north and the Flinders Ranges.
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