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Undara Experience

Australia’s Accessible Outback

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Undara Experience

Undara Experience delivers the essence of the Australian outback. From the natural landscape of rolling savannah plains and ancient lava tubes formed 190,000 years ago, to the warmth and hospitality of your hosts. This is a place where you can explore natural geological wonders, enjoy the comforts of a unique outback attraction, and where local wildlife is abundant.

 Guests can choose from a range of accommodation options, catering to every budget and lifestyle from powered camping sites to the unique award-winning railway carriages, Pioneer Huts and Homestead Cabins.

 At Undara, the day begins with bird song and ends with a golden sunset. In between, there’s a wealth of things for you to see and do including three tours on the park, all hosted by trained Savannah Guides. Each tour has been designed to provide the very best experience for guests of all ages and abilities. At Undara Experience, we take tour guiding very seriously and understand that a good guide is essential to creating your once in a lifetime travel experience.


Pioneer Huts

Nestled in the Savannah Woodland, yet close to Undara Central, is our premium Pioneer Huts accommodation embracing modern-day initiatives to ensure they perfectly suit the Undara brand. The Pioneer Huts are fully air-conditioned with bathrooms and a private veranda. They are perfect for relaxing or wildlife spotting, allowing you to immerse yourself in this Outback landscape in complete comfort.

Railway Carriages

Beautifully restored, turn of the century, railway carriages are our multi-award winning and most unique signature style of accommodation. The carriages are set along an original teamsters coach road, under the shade of tall trees surrounded by Australian Native wildlife. Our railway carriages were fully refurbished recently and have won both Australian and Queensland Tourism Awards for Unique Accommodation.


The Homesteads are our latest addition to the Undara Experience accommodation, and one we are really proud of. They are called the Homesteads because they are dedicated to six of the original pioneering homesteads in this region. It’s just another little piece in the puzzle that makes up the Undara Experience.
We can’t wait for you to come and enjoy the Undara Experience with us.

Swags Tent Village

Like camping without roughing it? Then the Swags Tent Village is for you. These large and comfortable permanent tents are set in a shady bush setting, but still close enough to the lodge to enjoy all the facilities. Close to a central amenities block. Practical undercover camp kitchen with hot and cold water, free gas barbeque, fridge, gas hot plates, picnic tables and chairs. View our Swags Tent Village video.

Safari Shelter

Specifically designed for large groups, this campground is close to all lodge facilities. Perfect for groups with their own tents, vans, motor homes & families etc. Serviced by separate amenities block, access for mobility impaired guests. Dedicated undercover camp kitchen with hot and cold water, free gas barbecue, picnic tables and a private campfire.

Motorhome, Caravan Park and Camping

Rejuvenate in the peace and quiet beneath shady trees, surrounded by natural bush and abundant wildlife, close to amenities blocks. View our Motorhome, Caravan Park and Camping video.


Archway Explorer Lava TubeTour

An unforgettable tour of the Undara Lava Tubes with other interesting environmental, geological and historical features of the region.

Wind Tunnel Explorer

The Wind Tunnel Explorer is lava tube touring in its rawest form. Scrambling over rocks and with less infrastructure, this is adventure guaranteed. Visits up to 3-sections of lava tube.

Wildlife at Sunset

Imagine… iconic Australian wildlife like kangaroos and wallabies, colourful Cockatoos and Lorikeets and other truly wild creatures in their natural environment. Enjoy a big sky sunset with sparkling wine and cheese while your Savannah Guide unlocks the secrets of this timeless land.

Then, on dusk, be taken to the entrance of a lava tube for a nature experience you’ll never forget!

Thousands of tiny insect eating microbats emerge from the darkness to find food which attracts Pythons and Brown Tree Snakes that hang from the trees and strike out at the bats to capture a meal.

Happy Customers

"We really enjoyed the tour of the Undara lava tubes. The guide was very knowledgable, with his family having lived there for several generations. The scenery was great and we saw plenty of wildlife. The lava tubes were spectacular. We only took the tour this time but would like to go back and stay at the park next time."
"We visited in September 2021. We can not recommend highly enough. The lava tubes were incredible and the resort is a real credit to the Collins family. From the moment we drove in to the moment we drove out, we loved every minute of it. The facilities and staff are 2nd to none."

Bram Collins, Senior Savannah Guide

Undara is one of the most special places in the world made even more special because of our deep family connection dating back six generations. We have been custodians of the oldest lava tube system on Earth for over 120 years and I share my family’s passion ensuring this incredible place is protected for future generations to enjoy

 Establishing a connection with people and watching the experience come to life for them is one of favourite experiences as a Savannah Guide. It is rewarding to see people’s opinions change and their thinking transform based on the experience we offer.

 The moment I love most about being a guide at Undara, is when visitors see the Archway for the first time – it is a truly memorable. I also love being able to tailor a story to suit the visitor and watching the effect that has on them is great.

 I truly believe a Savannah Guide guides from their heart not from their head. Being a guide is a wonderful occupation but being a Savannah Guides is all that and more. You’re part of something bigger, more wide reaching.

 Savannah Guides are bringing people together and empowering economic development through tourism to ensure communities become all they can be for the families who choose to live there. It’s so much more than just being a tour guide.