Bunkhouse Rooms

Bunkhouse bunkrooms can each be privately hired, and have the capacity to accommodate a total of up to 58 people across all 6.

The rooms each have air conditioning (cooling only), a power outlet and modern bunks and mattresses (bring your own pillows, linen/sleeping bag and towel).

Bunkhouse guests have shared access to kitchen and dining area, undercover alfresco dining, BBQs, bathrooms (with flushing toilets and hot showers!) and campfire circles outside of bushfire danger season. A larger fully-equipped kitchen/dining hall is also available for private hire (see Facilities).

  • Bunkhouse rooms A, C –  each sleeps 6
  • Bunkhouse room B – sleeps 10
  • Bunkhouse rooms D, E & F each sleeps 12

Rooms A, B, and C are located in our Western Bunkhouse opening on to a grassed common area. Rooms D, E, and F are located closer to the river (overlooking the billabong) in our Eastern Bunkhouse.

$25.00 per person per night (minimum charge of 50% of room occupancy). Any extra children under 5 stay for FREE!


We welcome school and other large groups during the week and open Roonka up for everyone to enjoy on weekends and SA Government school holidays, with shared access to…


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All accommodation options attract a minimum stay of 2 nights, with the exception of standard long weekends (3-night minimum) and Easter (4-night minimum).

Check-in any time from 2pm on the day of arrival, check out before 12pm on the day of departure.


Small-medium sized dogs are welcome onsite, but must be kept on lead at all times for their safety and the safety of other guests. Pets are not permitted indoors, including The Lodge, hired Bell Tents, kitchens and bunk rooms.


BYO own pillows, linen/sleeping bag/quilt and towel


Rainwater is in limited supply and available for drinking purposes only from selected tanks and in the kitchens (please check with the Volunteer Camp Host). All other taps supply unfiltered river water including supplies to the toilets and showers. Please consider bringing your own drinking water due to the limited and varying quality of the onsite rainwater.