Unlike any other hotel or resort, Undara Experience is a wilderness experience totally in contrast to today’s modern accommodation. Guests can choose from a range of accommodation options to suit every budget. Regardless of your choice, you will be at one with nature surrounded by an extraordinary variety of Australian Native plants and animals right on your doorstep.More Info →
Access to the Undara Volcanic National Park is by guided tour only. Undara Experience, the pioneers in lava tube touring, has attained the highest standards of accreditation including Savannah Guide Enterprise and Advanced Eco Certification. Being at the gateway to the National Park, you are guaranteed more time to explore this fascinating attraction, with trained Savannah Guides.More Info →
Undara Experience is more than just a destination, they are the Outback event specialists and are proud to present two annual music events, which suit the Undara brand perfectly. The first of these events is The Undara Outback Rock and Blues festival & the second is The Undara Outback Rockabilly Rods & Rides festival.More Info →
**ATTENTION IMPORTANT UPDATE: SEPTEMBER 16, 2020.
Just what is the Undara Experience? Set in the Gulf Savannah country, in Tropical North Queensland Australia, Undara is as ancient and alluring as the continent itself. The Undara Lava Tubes stand as silent sentinels to our pre-history. Here you can walk in the path of a volcano and sleep cocooned in an antique railway carriage as your dreams connect you with the essence of this timeless land.
We are sold out for School Holidays All accommodation types, camping and tours are fully booked to capacity for the period of the September School Holidays. Click here for more information.
This is a place where you can explore natural geological wonders, enjoy the comforts and hospitality of a unique outback setting and where the local wildlife are as abundant, as they are at home, in their surroundings. In short, Undara needs to be experienced! Undara Experience delivers the essence of the Australian Outback. From the natural landscape of rolling savannah plains and ancient lava tubes, to the warmth and hospitality of your hosts and the variety of flora and fauna. 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, catering to people of all ages and abilities.