Iga Warta offers the visitor a unique opportunity to experience Adnyamathanha culture and to share the bush. The cultural tourism centre at Iga Warta is set in the natural environment.

Our land is our book that we teach from and visitors are encouraged to take time to explore and get a feeling for our country.

Visitors have the ability to become part of the environment and learn first hand the importance of this area to the Adnyamathanha people.

Our small interpretive centre offers our visitor an added dimension to the tours and allows them to see photos of people and places featured on our contact history tour.

Bush camping amenities are available at Iga Warta including a modern ablution block.

A camp kitchen is also available for use during your stay at Iga Warta.

We cater for backpackers, caravan sites or day visitors.

We have a range of accommodation available; please see our accommodation page for details.

Guests are free to use the pool. The weather can get quite hot at times and you are welcome to cool off in the pool while still enjoying the breathtaking views of the ranges.

The shop is open to the general public for souvenirs, Aboriginal art & crafts, food and general supplies.

  • Firewood will be available for a small charge and cannot be collected by visitors
  • Bushtucker is available when the seasons permit
  • Campfire evenings will be arranged, weather permitting
  • Visitors are required to respect the land and please...
    Take nothing but photos & leave nothing but footprints