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Curlew Park, Mundulla

Hosts Pam and Daryl Foulis offer home stay accommodation in their architecturally designed modern rural home. Relax with a drink on the verandah while watching the fascinating and diverse bird life in the large landscaped garden, or take a walk down the tree lined country roads in the evening. Enjoy the unique country atmosphere of Mundulla and its surrounding swamplands, vineyards and rural landscapes featuring the beautiful Red Gums typical of the Tatiara district. Curlew Park is an ideal base from which to explore the surrounding attractions of the south-east of South Australia, such as the world heritage listed Naracoorte Caves, Coorong National Park, the wine districts of Padthaway and Coonawarra and the coastal areas of Kingston, Robe and Beachport.

Accommodation Options


One queen size bed and two king size single beds.


  • Food and Wine

Popular Activities

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  • Driving

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