Wildu House accommodates up to 8 people in 4 bedrooms with very comfortable beds: 2 with a twin or king size bed, 1 double and 1 with 2 single beds. One bedroom has an ensuite and another bathroom serves the other guests. There is a lounge, dining, sunroom and fully equipped kitchen including a fridge, perculator, microwave, espresso machine and oven.
Linen is included; provisions for a full breakfast can be provided on request. The house is entirely on rainwater and solar powered, has a cosy wood heater for cold winter days and an air conditioner, TV and cd/dvd player. Also a high chair is available. Outside is a barbecue for guests to use and a fire-ring with wood provided for normal use. As we live in the Pichi Richi Pass, there is limited mobile phone coverage.
The verandah looks out over the creek and often euros (rock wallabies), grey kangaroos and birds are spotted near the house. It is a bird watching paradise with many species found in the area, such as the diamond firetail, bee-eater, kingfisher, kookaburra, white-faced heron, wood duck, wedge tailed eagle, kestrel, boobook and emu. Other native animals spotted on the property are euros, western grey kangaroo, echidna and lace monitor.
The campground can be booked for a unique bush camping experience. Only one party at the time is accepted to ensure complete privacy. A small shelter, shed with gas barbecue, drop toilet and 2 fire pits are available for use. Mallee trees provide shade and the walking trail is close by.