East - West Exhibition Prairie Hotel until 11 January 2010

| 16.11.09

The Prairie Hotel is Australia’s most-awarded Outback hotel.

Why do people fly in from all over the world to stay or eat here? See for yourself…

The Prairie Hotel perfectly blends Outback adventure with a slice of city luxury - and a lot of style.

Parachilna has an official population of just seven but it's remoteness adds to the pleasure of its one and only hotel. The Prairie Hotel is truly an oasis on the plains of the Flinders Ranges, some of the most ancient and fascinating formations on Earth. From the hotel, you can enjoy magnificent views of both the Ranges and the vast red desert plains sweeping toward Lake Torrens.

Inside the hotel, you’ll find great character, charm and creature comforts – topped off with superb cuisine. And all this still only 30 minutes drive from the famous Parachilna and Brachina Gorges of the Flinders Ranges National Park.

Ever tried emu?

The hotel restaurant is renowned for a delicious and innovative menu of Australian native and Flinders Feral Foods, You can sample truly Australian foods such as emu, kangaroo, or wallaby combined with native herbs, fruits and vegetables sourced locally whenever possible. One of our most popular bar menu items is the "Feral mixed grill". The restaurant is open all day, every day of the year.

People make the Prairie Hotel special

You never know who may be at the hotel - film crews with movie stars, coal miners in from the dust, locals on their night out, romantics making wedding proposals, city dwellers yearning for the country life - a great mix which makes for a memorable time. Bring a story, bring a friend, lover or the whole family and discover the pleasures of the Prairie.

P) 61 8 8648 4844 or (Fax) 61 8 8648 4606
Cnr High Street & West Terrace
Parachilna SA 5730

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