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Mid North Region of South Australia, on the edge of the Clare Valley and the Outback
Just over 2 hours driving time north of Adelaide, North Bundaleer is situated 40 minutes north of Clare, 10 minutes south of Jamestown, and halfway between Adelaide and the Flinders Ranges.


Google Map North Bundaleer Satellite Image and Google Map
GPS Coordinates: S 33.309657 E 138.596392

Please note that Google has our location incorrectly listed in Jamestown, which is 12km from the property. Please use our driving instructions for accurate directions to the property.

Getting There

Transfers are available to and from Adelaide Airport and to and from other mainland operators to the North or South. Air charters to and from Jamestown Airstrip can be arranged.

Self drive
PDF Driving Directions – from Adelaide [PDF File size: 553KB]

From Adelaide to Clare, we suggest taking the Port Wakefield highway to Two Wells, then turning right off the highway and heading through Mallala, Balaklava, and then either through Auburn or Blyth. At Clare, head north towards the Flinders Ranges.

About 8Km north of Clare, there is a fork in the road, both roads indicating a way to the Flinders Ranges. Take the right fork, Route B80 signposted ‘Spalding’.

At Spalding, take a left turn, signposted ‘Jamestown’.

About 22Km along this road you will come to the start of the Bundaleer Forest on your left, (a plantation pine tree forest). There is a Kangaroo warning sign at the start of the trees. Exactly 2.4Km further (measured from the Kangaroo warning sign) our driveway is signposted and on the right hand side of the road, opposite the Forest. Cross the cattle grid next to our ‘Pegasus’ sign. After about 1Km along the drive, take the right fork ‘Guests’, to bring you to the front of the homestead.

Jamestown has an airstrip suitable for light planes (up to DC3).


We’ve been to many, many wonderful places, but not one has been more special than here. Our experience was the result of this magical part of Australia, your beautiful home, the fabulous food and most especially your incomparable hospitality. It’s all about the people, isn’t it, in the final assessment?
Kate & Ken, Albuquerque, New Mexico

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